April 30, 2024

Hacknowledge @ Insomni’hack

On April 25th and 26th, four Hacknowledge’s Engineers attended to the Insomni’hack conference 2024, one of the largest information security events in Switzerland, at the EPFL (Lausanne, Vaud). Interrogating cybersecurity industry as an introduction During the opening talk, the speaker, Charl Van Der Walt, warned the audience about the risk
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April 10, 2024

Unlocking Insights: Hacknowledge at Splunk Partner TechDay!

SPLUNK PARTNER DAY – 09.04.24 For the 2nd consecutive year, we were thrilled to participate in Splunk’s Zurich offices for the Splunk Partner TechDay. It was an engaging event where we not only delved into a new and exciting Capture The Flag (CTF) game, Splunk’s automation game, but also had
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April 5, 2024

From Zaragoza with Love: Insights from the DFRWS 2024 EU Conference

Introduction From the 19 to the 22 of March, 3 members of our CSIRT Team had the chance to attend the DFRWS EU Conference 2024 held in Zaragoza. The conference showcased cutting-edge research and insights into digital forensics and state-of-the art knowledge in the field. In this blog post, we’ll
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March 19, 2024

Hacknowledge’s Journey to Splunk EMEA BOTS 2024

Two Hacknowledge teams travelled from Morges to Zurich to represent the company at Splunk EMEA BOTS 2024, learn new things, and last but not least, have fun and meet inspiring people! The first team was composed from Security Engineers and SOC Analysts from the ISSE department who were relatively new
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March 13, 2024

EDR/AV Bypass [Part 1] : The Automated Payload Obfuscator “Pinguino”

Obfuscation is crucial for malware to evade detection by security tools, prolonging its undetected operation. Top obfuscation techniques include code encryption, polymorphism, metamorphism, dynamic API resolution, and anti-debugging mechanisms. Code obfuscation, such as variable renaming and insertion of meaningless code, adds complexity to hinder analysis. These techniques collectively aim to
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November 20, 2023

[Part1] New Microsoft Sentinel’s Enrichment Widget in UEBA Module

Introduction Last week took place Microsoft ignite in Seattle. I was focused on new announcements regarding Sentinel and/or Defender. And the first one who shined in my eyes: the enrichment widget for the UEBA feature in Sentinel🤩. The promise of this new feature is to empowers security analysts to gain
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August 29, 2023

Hacknowledge attend DEFCON 31 in Las Vegas

Las Vegas – a city known for its dazzling lights, vibrant entertainment, and now, an annual pilgrimage for cybersecurity enthusiasts from around the world. DEFCON, the world’s largest and one of the most renowned hacker conferences, recently unfolded and Hacknowledge had the opportunity to send two engineers to the event,
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June 20, 2023

Purple Teaming

In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, organizations are continuously seeking ways to enhance their defenses against sophisticated threats. Traditional approaches like Red Teaming and Blue Teaming have played crucial roles in identifying vulnerabilities and responding to attacks. However, the Purple Teaming approach has emerged as a powerful methodology that bridges
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May 4, 2023

Genev’Hack 2023 – registrations are open

REGISTRATION OPEN FOR GENEV’HACK 2023   When : 06/06/2023 , from 13h30 (doors opening at 13h) What : Security conferences + Boss of the SOC contest Entry cost : Attendance to the conference is free of charge for participants Where : Geneva, Palexpo (Airport + Train) Open to : All
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April 6, 2023

Document archiving: the safest way to store business documents

Secured data archiving is important at all levels.Here is an article from a sister company, Klara, explaining the importance of document archiving   Security is an essential aspect of every company – and anyone believing that archiving documents in filing cabinets is the safest solution is sorely mistaken. Studies show
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