Sunday, April 24, 2016

2016-016-Exploit Kits, the "Talent Gap", and buffer overflows

Angler, Phoenix, Zeus... all famous exploit kits that are used to move malware into your environment. This week, Mr. Boettcher and I discuss the merits of Exploit kits, how they function and what can be done to stop them. They are only getting more numerous and they will be serving more malware to come.
We shift gears and discuss the 'talent gap' the media keeps bringing up, and whether it's perceived or real. We discuss the industry as a whole, and what caused the gap, and if it will get better...
*BONUS*... after the audio, listen to me (Bryan) failing at understanding buffer overflow exercises I'm doing as part of my #OSCP certification...

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