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Hunting for Linux Intrusion Tactics is Better than Searching for Exploit Signatures

Malware
Rootkits
Videos
Linux Forensics
Linux Security
February 13, 2019

When the NSA and CIA source code leaked a couple years back, Sandfly founder Craig Rowland ignored the zero day attacks they had and studied their tactics in the code instead. In this video he’ll…

Why You Should Be Searching for Linux Anti-Forensics

Videos
Linux Security
Linux Forensics
Rootkits
Malware
February 09, 2019

In this video Sandfly founder Craig Rowland discusses why it's important to hunt for anti-forensics on Linux. Anti-forensics are techniques intruders and malware use on Linux hosts to conceal their…

1000 to 1 Rule of Intrusion Detection

Videos
February 07, 2019

This is the first in an ongoing series of short videos on topics around intrusion detection, Linux security, digital forensics, malware and anything else Sandfly Founder Craig Rowland finds…

Christchurch HackerCon 2018 Presentation – Insider’s History of Intrusion Detection Technology

Presentations
Linux Security
Videos
Linux Forensics
November 01, 2018

Sandfly founder Craig Rowland did a presentation on the insider’s history of Intrusion Detection Systems at the Christchurch HackerCon. His slides are below and a video will be released when it is…

Linux Cryptomining Malware Podcast Interview

Presentations
Videos
October 18, 2018

Sandfly founder Craig Rowland discusses Linux cryptomining malware on the Digital Forensics Survival Podcast with host Michael. They go over what this class of malware does, how it gets onto Linux…

Why Agentless Security is Needed on Linux

Linux Security
Linux Forensics
August 20, 2018

When looking to secure Linux, you may be wondering: What is the main advantage of an agentless product like Sandfly over agent-based security solutions that exist? The answer is simple: It’s…