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
HoneySAP: Who really wants your money Martin Gallo 03.18.2015 Troopers
How about a nice game of chess? Iván Arce 12.09.2005 Peltier Associates: December 2005 Year End Review
HTML5 Heap Sprays, Pwn All The Things Anibal Sacco & Federico Muttis 09.20.2012 EuSecWest 2012
In Cloud Computing We Trust - But Should We? Iván Arce, Anup Ghosh 12.01.2010 IEEE Security and Privacy
Internet Explorer Turns Your Personal Computer into a Public File Server Jorge Luis Alvarez Medina 02.03.2010 Black Hat DC 2010
Inverting bijective polynomial maps over finite fields Antonio Cafure, Guillermo Matera and Ariel Waissbein 03.01.2006 2006 IEEE Information Theory Workshop, Punta del Este, Uruguay
Killing the myth of Cisco IOS rootkits:DIK (DA IOS ROOTKIT) Sebastián Miñiz 05.21.2008 EuSecWest 2008, May 21-22. London, UK
Land of the blind Iván Arce 07.01.2005 IEEE Computer Society - Security & Privacy Magazine, Vol. 3, No. 4.
LeakedOut: the Social Networks You Get Caught In Jose Orlicki 09.30.2008 BaCon (Buenos Aires Conference) '08
Les POMDP font de meilleurs hackers: Tenir compte de l'incertitude dans les tests de penetration Carlos Sarraute, Olivier Buffet, Joerg Hoffmann 05.22.2012 JFPDA 2012
Lessons Learned Writing Exploits Ivan Arce and Gerardo Richarte 05.02.2005 CanSecWest '02. May, 2005. Alberta, Canada.
MD5 to be considered harmful today Gerardo Richarte 11.15.2005 PacSec'05 Conference, Tokyo, Japan.
Modern Intrusion Practices Gerardo Richarte 07.30.2003 Black Hat Briefings 2003, Las Vegas, July 30-31, 2003.
Modifying Windows NT Logon Credential Hernán Ochoa 07.01.2000 Corelabs Technical Report
New Algorithms for Attack Planning Carlos Sarraute 09.07.2009 FRHACK Conference

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