Information Security Resources

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

Title Authors Publication Date Venue / Publication
Advanced Software Protection Now Diego Bendersky, Ariel Futoransky, Luciano Notarfrancesco, Carlos Sarraute and Ariel Waissbein. 01/27/03 CoreLabs Technical Report (arXiv:1006.2356)
Building Computer Network Attacks Ariel Futoransky, Luciano Notarfrancesco, Gerardo Richarte and Carlos Sarraute 03/31/03 CoreLabs Technical Report (arXiv:1006.1916)
Analyzing OS fingerprints using Neural Networks and Statistical Machinery Javier Burroni and Carlos Sarraute 02/20/06 EUSecWest, London
On the Quality of Exploit Code: An Evaluation of Publicly Available Exploit Code Iván Arce 02/17/05 RSA Security Conference, 2005
Enforcing Privacy in Web Applications A. Futoransky and A. Waissbein 10/11/05 Third Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust. October 12-14, 2005. The Fairmont Algonquin, St. Andrews , New Brunswick, Canada.
Una técnica de protección para agentes móviles contra estaciones (hosts) maliciosas Ariel Waissbein 11/21/05 3er Congreso Iberoamericano de Seguridad Informática (CIBSI), Valparaiso, Chile. ISBN: 956-7051-10-0.
Strong payload obfuscation and encryption Ariel Waissbein 12/01/06 PacSec Conference
Probabilistic Attack Planning in Network + WebApps Scenarios Carlos Sarraute 11/28/09 H2HC Conference, São Paulo, Brazil
Internet Explorer Turns Your Personal Computer into a Public File Server Jorge Luis Alvarez Medina 02/03/10 Black Hat DC 2010
State of the Art Automation of Open Source Intelligence and Impersonation in Social Networks Pedro O. Varangot 03/04/10 RSA Security Conference 2010
Automated SQL Ownage Techniques Sebastian Cufre (presented by Fernando Russ) 03/24/10 CanSecWest Vancouver 2010
Using AI Techniques to improve Pen Testing Automation Carlos Sarraute 04/08/10 Hackito Ergo Sum (HES), Paris, France
The impact of predicting attacker tools in security risk assessments Ezequiel Gutesman, Ariel Waissbein 04/21/10 6th Annual Cyber Security and Information Intelligence Research Workshop - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Assume Nothing, Article about design flaws using as example a Microsoft Windows Virtual P Gary McGraw and Iván Arce 04/30/10 InformIT
Attack Planning in the Real World Jorge Lucangeli Obes, Carlos Sarraute and Gerardo Richarte 07/12/10 AAAI 2010