Archive for the ‘whitepaper’ Category

Simulating DDoS Attacks

February 27, 2009

Todd Manning and I have a new whitepaper available over at BreakingPoint on simulating Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks using the BreakingPoint product.  You can read more about the paper in my BreakingPoint blog post, or just grab the paper here.  If you’re a BreakingPoint customer, you’ll want the bundled version which comes with test cases and other supporting materials.


Context-keyed Payload Encoding Whitepaper

January 28, 2008

Today, my research paper entitled “Context-keyed Payload Encoding” was published in Uninformed Journal vol. 9. If you’re into cutting-edge exploitation technology, you should check it out. This is the research I presented at ToorCon 9 last October.

Real-time Steganography with RTP Whitepaper

September 18, 2007

My paper detailing the research I presented last month at DEFCON 15 was published today in Uninformed Journal Vol. 8. The paper is entitled “Real-time Steganography with RTP” and details using steganographic techniques to establish a covert channel within the protocol commonly used for the media channel in VoIP calls as well as a reference implementation.

Mnemonic Password Formulas

May 17, 2007

A research paper that I recently authored entitled Mnemonic Password Formulas was published on Monday in Uninformed Journal Vol. 7. It’s essentially some research that I’ve done on the deficiencies in existing methods for memorability and manageability of passwords as well as documentation of a new method for the same that I’ve termed “Mnemonic Password Formulas”, or “MPFs”, that I have been developing for my own personal use over the past 6 years or so. If you’re a computer user and use passwords, I invite you to read this paper.