News & Events
02 Nov 2015,
On Thursday 29 October Denis from Security-Assessment.com released KeeFarce at the ISIG meeting in Auckland, New Zealand. KeeFarce is a tool that allows for the extraction of KeePass 2.x password database information from memory. The clear text information, including usernames, passwords, notes and URLs are extracted to a CSV file. The source code is available on github: https://github.com/denandz/KeeFarce KeePass is a widely used password safe utility distributed under GNU General Public license, details can be found at: http://keepass.info/
19 Aug 2015,
At the recent Defcon 23 conference in Las Vegas, the Microsoft Security Response Center posted its Top 100 top researchers across the globe. Scott Bell from SA.com in NZ was ranked 24th. This is a superb achievement from Scott, with most of the top researchers dedicating their full time to this research. Scott achieved this using the 20% research time allocated as part of SA.com's R&D program. Scott has used this time to find numerous vulnerabilities in Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.
14 May 2015,
Want a better work story? SA.com have just completed an onsite wireless pen test and firewall review on board a ship under construction in South Korea. The testing was undertaken over 2 weeks and involved working with the local IT and construction team to complete the project in a pretty interesting and unique environment. Want a role at in leading security company with varied and interesting clients and projects? Then email us your CV.
30 Jun 2014,
Based in Wellington, New Zealand, Phil is accountable for the sales growth and operational performance of SA.com across New Zealand and Asia. Phil has over 25 years’ experience in the IT industry, his previous roles include Security Operations Manager for Dimension Data Managed Services and Operations Manager for DMZ Global (now Vodafone) a Security Consultancy division of TelstraClear.
News & Events
OWASP New Zealand Day 2013
11 - 12 September 2013
The University of Auckland Business School
Following the success of the Previous OWASP New Zealand security conferences, the OWASP New Zealand Chapter is pleased to announce the return of the conference in 2013.