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 / Publicationsort descending
Password Security Policies - Lessons Learned from Recent Password Leaks Brian Sutton, Flavio de Cristofaro 11/18/12 OWASP AppSec Latam 2012
Agent Oriented SQL Abuse Fernando Russ, Diego Tiscornia 11/29/07 Pacsec '07, Nov 2007. Tokyo, Japan
Strong payload obfuscation and encryption Ariel Waissbein 12/01/06 PacSec Conference
Using Neural Networks for Remote OS Identification Javier Burroni and Carlos Sarraute 11/15/05 PacSec Conference, Tokyo, Japan
Advances in Automated Attack Planning Alejandro David Weil and Carlos Sarraute 11/01/08 PacSec Conference, Tokyo, Japan
State of the Art Security from an Attacker's Viewpoint Ivan Arce and Gerardo Richarte 11/05/03 PacSec Conference, Tokyo, Japan, November 6, 2003.
MD5 to be considered harmful today Gerardo Richarte 11/15/05 PacSec'05 Conference, Tokyo, Japan.
How about a nice game of chess? Iván Arce 12/09/05 Peltier Associates: December 2005 Year End Review
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
PyCodin - Instrumentando codigo sin dolor Adrian Manrique, Andres Lopez Luksenberg 10/16/10 PyCon Argentina
Sleepy - are snakes still sleeping Alejandro David Weil 11/17/12 PyCon Argentina 2012
No toca BOTOn: Amazon Web Services desde python Ezequiel Gutesman, Fernando Russ 11/17/12 PyCon Argentina 2012
Two very small reverse engineering tools: a python disassembling engine and an iterative reverse engineering framework Gerardo Richarte 06/15/08 ReCon 2008
Dynamic Binary Instrumentation Frameworks: I know you're there spying on me Nahuel Riva and Francisco Falcon 06/16/12 REcon 2012 Conference
Breaking Out of VirtualBox through 3D Acceleration Francisco Falcon 06/27/14 REcon 2014