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Your software project has been going for years, your client base is growing, your making deadlines then one day some e-mail shows up and your world starts to crumble. Crack after Crack keeps coming out every version; Your new Upgrades/Code keep showing up in a competing product; Malware keeps hitting your clients. See the steps taken by day-to-day product Owner(s) and Coder(s) as they respond to security events that never crossed their minds as potential threats.
 
Your software project has been going for years, your client base is growing, your making deadlines then one day some e-mail shows up and your world starts to crumble. Crack after Crack keeps coming out every version; Your new Upgrades/Code keep showing up in a competing product; Malware keeps hitting your clients. See the steps taken by day-to-day product Owner(s) and Coder(s) as they respond to security events that never crossed their minds as potential threats.
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[https://vimeo.com/68071440 Video]

Latest revision as of 12:43, 11 June 2013

Defending Desktop (.NET/C#) Applications: Mitigating in the Dark (A Case Study Remix)

This presentation is on the case study(s) of desktop applications undergoing a cracking/hacking/attacking life cycle. This is the summation of multiple software projects undergoing attacks from a detected and focused attacker. This presentation follows a Product Owner(s) and Coder(s) going from a self directed response.

Your software project has been going for years, your client base is growing, your making deadlines then one day some e-mail shows up and your world starts to crumble. Crack after Crack keeps coming out every version; Your new Upgrades/Code keep showing up in a competing product; Malware keeps hitting your clients. See the steps taken by day-to-day product Owner(s) and Coder(s) as they respond to security events that never crossed their minds as potential threats.

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