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Owning the “Bad Guys” With Javascript Botnets

Man in the middle attacks are still one of the most powerful techniques for owning machines. In this talk MITM schemas in anonymous services are going to be discussed. Then attendees will see how easily a botnet using javascript can be created to analyze that kind of connections and some of the actions people behind those services are doing… in real.

Man in the middle attacks are still one of the most powerful techniques for owning machines. In this talk MITM schemas in anonymous services are going to be discussed. Then attendees will see how easily a botnet using javascript can be created to analyze that kind of connections and some of the actions people behind those services are doing… in real.

Chema Alonso is a Security researcher with Informatica64, a Madrid-based security firm. Chema holds respective Computer Science and System Engineering degrees from Rey Juan Carlos University and Universidad Politcnica de Madrid. During his more than eight years as a security professional, he has consistently been recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).

Chema is a frequent speaker at industry events (Microsoft Technet / Security Tour, AseguraIT) and has been invited to present at information security conferences worldwide including Yahoo! Security Week, Black Hat Briefings, ShmooCON, DeepSec, HackCON, Ekoparty and RootedCon – He is a frequent contributor on several technical magazines in Spain, where he is involved with state-of-the-art attack and defense mechanisms, web security, general ethical hacking techniques and FOCA.

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