This week we’ve added another 5 videos from 44CON 2018. We’re also starting to move our older conf talk videos over to the YouTube channel, so if you’d like them to show up in your stream, don’t forget to subscribe to the 44CONtv channel and click the bell to get notifications as new videos go up. From now on, all of our videos will be up on YouTube as soon as the 1s and 0s can carry them.
Matt Lorentzen and Lawrence Munro talk about how to break into a red team (no, not that way, the job way). Lots of juicy info on how to get in there and also a handy toolset for building simulated environments to hone your dark arts.
The inimitable Kev Sheldrake returns with a talk on using the drag and drop kid’s programming language Scratch to build offensive cyber pathogens. Because why not exploit weird machines with the programming equivalent of Lego?
Jay Harris of Digital Interruption talks about shifting left through automation and integration into development processes. Looking at different tools and techniques to automate different aspects of the process, Jay delivers a talk, which could only have more automation if he had the talk deliver itself for him.
Leigh-Anne Galloway and Tim Yunusov closed 44CON 2018 with talks about vulnerabilities in Mobile Point of Sales systems, including those used by the 44CON bus bar. We’d buy them a drink, but according to our card bills we already had…
David Rogers gives us some deep insight into HMG’s views of IoT Security and the UK’s Code of Practice for Security in Consumer IoT Products and Services.
We’ll have more 2018 videos up soon. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel to catch them as they come out!