The Frightening Things You Hear at a Black Hat Conference
July 27, 2012

The Frightening Things You Hear at a Black Hat Conference

On Wednesday, Mario Vuksan, a security researcher, presented a new open source project to rally the townspeople. He said his File Disinfection Framework aims to create a platform for idealistic-minded hackers to help organizations and internet service providers clean up their systems after an attack.

Read More
Striking Back at Polymorphic Threats
July 26, 2012

Striking Back at Polymorphic Threats

At the Black Hat conference Mario Vuksan and Tomislav Pericin, co-founders of Reversing Labs, presented a new tool to fight these threats, the File Disinfection Framework (FDF). This Open Source project, sponsored by the DARPA CFT (Cyber Fast Track) program, will be released soon, promised Vuksan.

Read More
Mist in the morning
August 17, 2010

Mist in the morning

TitanMist, the newest project from ReversingLabs, was presented at this year's BlackHat USA. Being our youngest product, it got the most attention. As a sign of our high hopes for this project, we've dedicated ourselves to creating a detailed roadmap for it, a roadmap based on your desires, your expectations, and best of all: your contributions. Below are the milestones for the project's future:

Read More
mPack revisited
September 7, 2009

mPack revisited

At the end of our BlackHat presentation on which we unveiled our TitanEngine project we promised to keep supporting it and to publish one unpacker demo per week. And this was true since our first update release for TitanEngine contained quite a few samples.

Read More

Pages