Infostealer malware has emerged as a prevalent initial access vector, often associated with a multitude of recent breaches and cyberattacks. In this session, we will comprehensively explore the fundamental aspects of infostealers, addressing the who, what, when, where, why, and how of their proliferation and impact.
Key topics to be covered include the capabilities of infostealers, their methods for exfiltrating browser and software data, and the sophisticated anti-analysis techniques employed to evade detection. Additionally, we will examine instances where threat actors have adapted their tactics in response to blacklisting and other defensive measures.
This session aims to provide a profound understanding of infostealer malware, shedding light on its intricate workings and the evolving strategies employed by cybercriminals to exploit it.
A foundational understanding of cybersecurity terminology; all other necessary information will be presented during the session
Hey there, I am Threat researcher from CloudSEK. I hunt for prominent and rising threats in the threat landscape. I do threat analysis & research, automation, malware research, development in tools which aid for automated analysis and other ways which benifit me and my organisation.
Starts at Saturday November 25 2023, 10:25 AM. The sessions runs for about 1 hour.