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Content tagged with Black Hat posted in January 2015
Black Hat Asia 2015: Android Assault
Event Updates  |  1/22/2015  | 
Black Hat Asia 2015 is just over two months away, so it's high time to start exploring the numerous exciting Black Hat Briefings that'll be on offer. Black Hat's signature Briefings offer an oft-imitated, seldom equaled combo of hardcore technical insights presented by world-class experts, but you probably knew that. Today's inaugural trio of Briefings all touch on Google's incredibly popular mobile operating system …
Black Hat Asia 2015: One of Everything
Event Updates  |  1/20/2015  | 
Our fifth and final Black Hat Asia 2015 Training update brings word of a potpourri of hands-on topics. Between coding fuzzers, hacking software-defined radio, and assembling custom pentest gadgets, there's something here for everyone. Well, everyone who'd come to a Black Hat event, anyway.
Black Hat Asia 2015: Bread & Butter
Event Updates  |  1/15/2015  | 
When you hear Black Hat, the one word you tend to think of is... well, OK, maybe "security." But hacking is surely a close second. This Black Hat Asia 2015 intel update highlights just why, with two key Trainings that cover attack vectors, tools, and techniques.
Black Hat Asia 2015: Get Smart
Event Updates  |  1/13/2015  | 
"Knowledge is power" may be something of a clich, but it's absolutely true when it comes to gathering and exploiting intel. Knowledge brings victory, so those better versed in acquiring it will prosper. Both of today's Black Hat Asia 2015 Training highlights delve into generating and using intel, but come at the topic from two distinct places.
Black Hat Asia 2015: Hide and Seek
Event Updates  |  1/8/2015  | 
Most children enjoy hide and seek, but for jaded adults to enjoy the classic pastime, it needs a little extra... I don't know, danger? You know, to keep things exciting. Today we'll check out two Black Hat Asia 2015 Trainings -- one involving hiding, the other seeking -- that could well deliver a thrilling jolt of excitement, should you be the right kind of security geek.
Black Hat Asia 2015: Pentest Trainings
Event Updates  |  1/6/2015  | 
For the second year running -- it's almost a tradition! -- Black Hats returning to the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore to put on Black Hat Asia 2015, where the industry's brightest professionals and researchers will gather for four days.


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