CanSecWest: Let’s talk about non-targeted attacks

Today is the last day of CanSecWest – a security conference taking place in Vancouver, Canada. On Wednesday I filled in for Costin Raiu and talked about our forensics work into Duqu’s C&C servers.

As I’m writing this, Google Chrome just got popped. Again. The general feeling is that $60k, even with a sandbox escape, isn’t a whole lot of money for a Chrome zero-day. So, to see multiple zero-days against Chrome is quite the surprise, especially when considering the browser’s Pwn2Own track record.

Separately, I found the Q&A session following Facebook’s Alex Rice’s presentation immensely intriguing.

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