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Friday

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November 2016

BSides Lisbon 2016

by BinaryEdge

Last week the team attended Bsides Lisbon, we went there to deliver a similar talk to the one we gave at Pixels Camp, we also delivered a workshop on Internet Scanning and treating data using python. As usual BinaryEdge was a sponsor of Bsides Lisbon, and we will continue to do so. The event was absolutely fantastic and keeps growing with every year that passes. Big kudos to the team!…

Wednesday

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October 2016

Pixels Camp 2016 - CyberSecurity, machine learning and data science

by BinaryEdge

Pixels Camp 2016 is now over. It was really a fun event, on which the BinaryEdge team participated. This is wrap up post of what happened this week for us. We delivered our talk at Pixels Camp 2016 entitled: I FOR ONE WELCOME OUR NEW CYBER OVERLORDS! AN INTRODUCTION TO THE USE OF MACHINE LEARNING IN CYBERSECURITY Although a bit of a tongue in cheek, our objective was to talk…

Friday

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October 2016

Internet Security Exposure 2016

by BinaryEdge

For over a year, BinaryEdge has been scanning the IPv4 space of the Internet daily. Using our 40FY platform we gather data that allows us to write blogposts such as our analysis of the state of security of specific countries like Switzerland and Portugal. To celebrate October as the month of Cybersecurity, we went the extra mile and instead of looking at a restricted number of IP addresses or a…

Friday

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April 2016

Game of Torrents and data leaks

by BinaryEdge

Game of Thrones is a really good series - at BinaryEdge we are all big fans of the show and enjoy watching it. Game of Thrones is also the most pirated TV show on the internet. Since the new season was starting this week and we had just finished the development of our torrent data prototype, we thought we could take a look at the torrent downloads for the premiere…

Friday

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April 2016

BinaryEdge hackathon - April!

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In the week of 11th of April, BinaryEdge had its first official hackathon. As a rule, we try to do what we call a "get together" every six months, where we fly everyone out to Switzerland or Portugal, chat a bit and talk about plans for the future. This also gives the ability for teams to sync between themselves and catch up. However, this time we decided to try something…