HP DV Labs Monthly Webcast: Understanding Obfuscation Techniques

Jasiel Spelman, Security Researcher, HP DV Labs
Cyber criminals are using sophisticated obfuscation techniques to make their security attacks harder to detect and thereby more effective. In this Webinar, Jasiel Spelman, a security engineer with HP DVLabs, will present several types of source code obfuscation, focusing on techniques used in javascript. The session will also include background on how and why it is used and what tools are available for detecting attacks that use obfuscation.
Mar 8 2012
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HP DV Labs Monthly Webcast: Understanding Obfuscation Techniques
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