WabiSabiLabi has been invited to speak at the Kuala Lumpur Hack In The Box 2007.
Hack in the Box is a world-class conference where we will be able to showcase our strategic director Roberto Preatoni as he relates the experience of the project so far and the future challenges that await it.
Mr. Preatoni will address the controversies and criticism that have surrounded it ever since the launch, as well as discuss the lessons we have learned.
We are also very excited to have been invited to a vendor's private conference, and we are preparing a dedicated speech for it. More details available soon.
Slides of the speeches will be available for download after the two events.
Hope to see you in Malaysia!
PS: HITB is a great conference, we welcome you to visit it!
Posted by WabiSabiLabi Staff at 1:48 PM
Hello World, after the launch of our project (two months ago) we have been pretty busy attending conferences all around the planet (more to come on this, later) , meeting very interesting people, closing partnership and tuning our approach to this thrilling market.
At this point, we think we owe you a report about the current status:
twelve vulnerabilities up for bidding. Four of which pretty high-profile, with three distinct exploitable buffer overflows in the SAP front-end (more to these than meets the eye... let's just say the highest bidder is in for a big surprise), and a remote code execution flaw in ClamAV; all of which coming with reliable (albeit harmless, of course) Proof of Concept code.
Despite the naysayers, the sabotage attempts, the hostility, the marketplace is very much healthy. Healthier than ever. Almost a thousand registered users, five successful sales, twelve opened auctions online at this time, several good reviews and explicit approvals and more to come yet. Not to mention the innumerable invalid (or otherwise worthless) submissions weeded out by our team, in a never-ending dedication on quality over quantity.
We want to thanks all the people supporting our project and especially, obviously, all the researchers who are supporting the program, believing in it.
Posted by WabiSabiLabi Staff at 11:25 AM