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Christopher Campbell "Shot With Your Own Gun: How Appliances are Used Against You."(BSides Las Vegas 2012) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Christopher Campbell "Shot With Your Own Gun: How Appliances are Used Against You."

Security and monitoring appliances and applications are introducing all new places for attackers to get in and hide. As enterprise networks mature, they should become more secure. Unfortunately, many appliances are introducing unknown risks to your environment. Some vendors use FUD-laced marketing to hook unwitting managers and then provide a poorly-documented and "closed" product. These products can allow an attacker to get on your network and stay there. We plan to show you how to take back your tools and vet them against the kind of vulnerabilities that are rampant in today's appliances.
 

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