The SAS has come and gone. A lot of great knowledge was dropped during the conference including insights on Poseidon, Adwind and Metel. As we come back to reality, we wanted to summarize the event with some of the top Tweets (in no particular order) that we saw during the conference. Let us know in the comments below if we missed any.
All set;) #TheSAS2016 pic.twitter.com/d4CmEhou2S
— dariaski (@dariaski) February 4, 2016
Our GReAT experts were quite excited to get to Tenerife and get everything set up and ready for a great conference.
Opening #TheSAS2016 surprise appearance by @RAPst4r, who has better stage presence than most infosec presenters. pic.twitter.com/Ax9420t4XX
— Chris Eng (@chriseng) February 8, 2016
Some pretty strong words from Veracode’s Chris Eng on Reuben Paul’s opening keynote presentation. If you want to check it out and judge for yourself, click the link to our Periscope in Stefan’s Tweet below.
Did you know #TheSAS2016 is live on Periscope? https://t.co/KcmvAx4DlL Follow along now #netsec #cybersecurity
— Stefan Tanase (@stefant) February 8, 2016
“Magic debit card” found – each time makes a cash withdraw, it’s refunded immediately #TheSAS2016 #Metel pic.twitter.com/rh0PQbzpWw
— Dmitry Bestuzhev (@dimitribest) February 8, 2016
No one likes this kind of magic. The full write up on Metel.
Hackers Steal Money from Banks via APT-Style Attacks https://t.co/GbBMtrIVEl #TheSAS2016
— SecurityWeek (@SecurityWeek) February 8, 2016
More on Metel and how the hackers are stealing money.
Poseidon APT – First boutique malware from Brazil, operating since at least 2005. #thesas2016 pic.twitter.com/zpGKHHpa5v
— Marc Rogers (@marcwrogers) February 9, 2016
As expected, Poseidon was a big point of discussion. The APT group has been around for at least a decade.
Encryption games here at #TheSAS2016
Try to decrypt my own message I leave for you :-) pic.twitter.com/fNUecJ97WU
— Dmitry Bestuzhev (@dimitribest) February 7, 2016
Can you decrypt the message from Dmitry? I can’t so if you can, leave in the comments below.
Nice! I think this is the first time I've seen an ANALOG exploit presented, by @Marmusha & @dark_k3y @ #TheSAS2016 pic.twitter.com/wnym30MP5h
— Joe Fitz (@securelyfitz) February 9, 2016
Hiding in the analogue.
"I hate hospitals" @61ack1ynx #TheSAS2016 pic.twitter.com/K7PBQjKfp5
— Andrey Nikishin (@andreynikishin) February 9, 2016
I am pretty sure everyone agrees with the sentiment above. For the full story on the hospital hack you can read more here and here.
3D printed homemade robot bartender at #thesas2016 pic.twitter.com/VJMhMc7Fxh
— DennisF (@DennisF) February 9, 2016
Work hard, play hard – right? Plus who knew tech could make some tasty drinks.
Bonus Sunset Signoff
Peace out Tenerife. #TheSAS2016 pic.twitter.com/1nHbnsEZPq
— Chris (@brokenfuses) February 11, 2016
#TheSAS2016 photos https://t.co/0XAz2i0fa2
— Fabio Assolini (@assolini) February 11, 2016