CoreLabs Information Security Publications

Below is an index of publications, presentations and papers authored by members of the CoreLabs research team. Click on any title to get more information and access the publication on the CoreLabs extranet site.

Titlesort descending Authors Publication Date Venue / Publication
Analyzing OS fingerprints using Neural Networks and Statistical Machinery Javier Burroni and Carlos Sarraute 02.20.2006 EUSecWest
Anécdotas de seguridad Ariel Waissbein, Ezequiel Gutesman 09.06.2012 Congreso Nacional de Estudiantes de Ingenieria en Sistemas de Informacion (CNEISI) 2012
Assume Nothing, - Article about design flaws using as example a Microsoft Windows Virtual P Gary McGraw and Iván Arce 04.30.2010 InformIT
Attack Planning in the Real World Jorge Lucangeli Obes, Carlos Sarraute and Gerardo Richarte 07.12.2010 AAAI 2010
Attacker-centric risk assessment and metrics (spanish) Ezequiel Gutesman, Fernando Miranda 10.21.2009 Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams, FIRST 2009
Automated SQL Ownage Techniques Sebastian Cufre (presented by Fernando Russ) 03.24.2010 CanSecWest Vancouver 2010
Automating Penetration Tests - a new challenge for the IS industry? Ivan Arce and Max Caceres 07.11.2001 Black Hat USA 2001
Automating Penetration Tests, Iván Arce - Presentation at the SANS I/O Wargames 2001 conference Iván Arce 09.26.2001 SANS I/O Wargames conference
Bad Peripherals Iván Arce 02.01.2005 IEEE Computer Society - Security & Privacy Magazine, Vol. 3, No. 1.
Binary Cryptography Carlos Sarraute 11.20.2006 Jornadas de Criptografía y Códigos Autocorrectores
Blackberry Pwnage - the Bluejay Strikes Federico Muttis 02.28.2013 RSA 2013
Breaking Out of VirtualBox through 3D Acceleration Francisco Falcon 06.27.2014 REcon 2014
Bug Hunting: The Seven Ways of the Security Samurai Iván Arce 04.01.2002 Security & Privacy - Supplement to Computer Magazine. 
Building Computer Network Attacks Ariel Futoransky, Luciano Notarfrancesco, Gerardo Richarte and Carlos Sarraute 03.31.2003 CoreLabs Technical Report
But...my station is awake! (Power Save Denial of Service in 802.11 Networks) Leandro Meiners 09.17.2009 Ekoparty 2009

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