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Java RATS: Not even your Macs are safe - Anthony Kasza Derbycon 2016 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Java RATS: Not even your Macs are safe
Anthony Kasza
Derbycon 2016

Java?s ?write once, run anywhere? features make it a popular cross-platform vector for attackers of all skill levels. This talk will perform a deep examination of historic and trending Java malware families, their capabilities and indicators, and will reveal uncommon analysis techniques to immediately help you with investigations.

Anthony Kasza is a Senior Threat Researcher for Palo Alto Networks. At Palo Alto Networks, Anthony is responsible for discovering new and tracking known threats to ensure context around customer detections. Prior to Palo Alto Networks, Anthony was responsible for creating scalable classification systems, producing and operationalizing threat intelligence, and researching malware communication protocols. Anthony earned his Master of Science degree from DePaul University in Computer, Information, and Network Security. Anthony often speaks at industry conferences and actively participates in open source communities.

Anthony - @anthonykasza

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