The most important tool for dynamic malware analysis is debugger.However, because debuggers are originally built by software developers to debug legitimate software, they have some significant flaws against malware.The developers behind Hadoop decided they needed to get some of that "security" stuff.After a thorough application of kerberos pixie dust Hadoop is now secure, or is it?This talk will describe the types of attacks the Hadoop team attempted to prevent as well as the types of attacks the Hadoop team decided to ignore.We will determine whether Hadoop was made any more secure through the application of copious amounts of kerberos.Demonstrations will reveal how location data can be augmented and used in several fashions.First, the speakers will show how information can be leveraged to develop fairly accurate physical boundaries of a particular mobile switching center and how this information changes over time.
Thanks to the isolation provided by virtual machine, Virt-ICE is out of the reach of malware, and cannot be tampered with.
Second, the speakers will overlay cellular tower data to depict coverage in a particular mobile switching center.
Next, the speakers will demonstrate how to visualize an individual traveling across adjacent mobile switching centers and the cell towers they are likely to associate with.
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