Old Dog New Tricks: Attackers Adopt Exotic Programming Languages

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Jim Simpson, T.J. O'Leary, Eoin Wikens, Dean Given

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Old Dog New Tricks: Attackers Adopt Exotic Programming Languages Threat actors are leveraging new and uncommon programming languages for malicious intent, which leads to them being found in a growing number of malware families. The BlackBerry Research & Intelligence Team focuses on four of the most popular of these exotic languages and their use in the malware space. See how and why attackers are making this switch, as well as how defenders can use this knowledge to their advantage. Join us for a 20-minute session to gain a competitive edge over attackers.

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