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
Security in Free Software Carlos Sarraute and Ariel Futoransky 06.07.2005 Second Free Software National Congress 
Security vulnerabilities, exploits and attack patterns: 15 years of art, pseudo-science, fun & profit Iván Arce 07.31.2007 15th USENIX Security Symposium
Sentinel Nicolás Economou 09.26.2013 Ekoparty 2013
Showing differences between disassembled functions Aureliano Calvo 10.28.2010 Hack.lu
Simulating Cyber-Attacks for Fun and Profit Ariel Futoransky, Fernando Miranda, Jose Orlicki and Carlos Sarraute 03.02.2009 SIMUTools'09
Simulation of Computer Network Attacks Fernando Miranda, Jose Orlicki and Carlos Sarraute 08.01.2007 Argentine Symposium on Computing Technology (AST) 2007
Sleepy - are snakes still sleeping Alejandro David Weil 11.17.2012 PyCon Argentina 2012
Smartphones (in)security Nicolas Economou and Alfredo Ortega 10.02.2007 Ekoparty '08
Snakes on a Payload Fernando Russ, Pedro Varangot 09.21.2011 Ekoparty
Some Research Directions in Automated Pentesting Carlos Sarraute 10.29.2011 Hackers To Hackers (H2HC)
SQL/JavaScript Hybrid Worms As Two-stage Quines José Orlicki 08.26.2009 Workshop de Seguridad Informática (WSegI)
State of the Art Automation of Open Source Intelligence and Impersonation in Social Networks Pedro O. Varangot 03.04.2010 RSA Security Conference 2010
State of the Art Security from an Attacker's Viewpoint Ivan Arce and Gerardo Richarte 11.06.2003 PacSec Conference
Strong payload obfuscation and encryption Ariel Waissbein 12.01.2006 PacSec Conference
Syscall Proxying - Simulating remote execution Maximiliano Cáceres - Head Engineer, CORE IMPACT 08.01.2003 Black Hat USA '03

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