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 Datesort ascending Venue / Publication
Deformation Techniques for Sparse Systems Gabriela Jeronimo, Guillermo Matera, Pablo Solerno and Ariel Waissbein In 01/01/09 Foundations of Computational Mathematics, Volume 9 , Issue 1 (January 2009)
Advances in Automated Attack Planning Alejandro David Weil and Carlos Sarraute 11/01/08 PacSec Conference, Tokyo, Japan
gFuzz: An Instrumented Web Application Fuzzing Environment Ezequiel Gutesman 10/22/08 Hack.Lu 2008, Luxembourg
Code injection in virtual machines Nicolas Economou 10/02/08 Ekoparty '08
Pass-the-Hash Toolkit for Windows Hernan Ochoa 10/01/08 HITB SECONF 2008 and Buenos Aires Conference (Ba-Con '08)
LeakedOut: the Social Networks You Get Caught In Jose Orlicki 09/30/08 BaCon (Buenos Aires Conference) '08
Your risk is not what it used to be Ariel Waissbein 09/26/08 ToorCon X, September 26-28, 2008. San Diego, CA, USA
Responsible Vulnerability Disclosure: The viewpoint of an IT security research and IT security software vendor (1996-2008) Iván Arce 08/25/08 Process Control Systems Security Forum, PCSF 2008
Viral Infections in Cisco IOS Ariel Futoransky 08/06/08 BlackHat ’08 USA
Two very small reverse engineering tools: a python disassembling engine and an iterative reverse engineering framework Gerardo Richarte 06/15/08 ReCon 2008
Vulnerability Management at the Crossroads, part II Iván Arce 06/10/08 Network Security (Elseiver), Volumen 2008, Issue 6, pp. 9-12
Vulnerability Management at the Crossroads, part I Iván Arce 05/24/08 Network Security
Killing the myth of Cisco IOS rootkits:DIK (DA IOS ROOTKIT) Sebastián Miñiz 05/21/08 EuSecWest 2008, May 21-22. London, UK
A Penetration Testing Learning Kit Ariel Waissbein 04/23/08 Troopers08, April 23-24, 2008. Munich, Germany
Timing Attacks for Recovering Private Entries From Database Engines (RSA Conference) Ariel Waissbein. Joint work with Ariel Futoransky, Damian Saura and Pedro Varangot 04/07/08 RSA Conference 2008