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About Thibault Reuille

Thibault Reuille is a security researcher at OpenDNS and creator of OpenGraphiti, an open-source 3D data visualization engine. Prior to OpenDNS, he was a software engineer for Nvidia, where he helped develop the Nvidia Parallel Nsight integrated development environment for GPU computing and graphics applications. Thibault holds a Master’s in information technology from the EPITA in Paris. He has presented at many information security events, including Virus Bulletin, BlackHat, CanSecWest, BayThreat, Defcon, BSides SF, and the NASA Ames Cyber Security Turbo Talks.

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Phishing, Spiking, and Bad Hosting

At OpenDNS Labs we have developed a number of predictive models to hunt down evil on the Internet. We have discussed in previous blogs and conferences our algorithms NLPRank [1][2][3], Spike detector [4][5][6], and malicious IP space/rogue host detectors [7][8](section 14)[9][10][11][12][13][14][15].

In this blog we will discuss how we integrate all of these detection models to improve detection coverage of current threats and walk through a few interesting examples.

Phishing and Spikes

One of the recent samples we have found was a Facebook phishing campaign that was surfaced by our real-time alert system. Our ...

BSides Las Vegas, Black Hat, and Defcon Wrap-up

For OpenDNS, the first week of August was fun but also busy. A group of us OpenDNS researchers and engineers headed to Las Vegas for BSides Las Vegas, Black Hat, and Defcon. We gave talks, attended sessions, met with prospects and customers, and caught up with infosec friends.

This blog post details some of the insights from those who attended.

Insights from Andrew Hess

At BSides Las Vegas, Andrew Hess gave a short presentation about an internal feature the OpenDNS engineering team has constructed, and ...

Virtual Reality : Thoughts about the Future of Data Visualization.

Full immersive experience in a virtual world has always been a source of interest in litterature, movies, and technology. Famous cyberpunk writers such as William Gibson in Neuromancer or Neal Stephenson in Snowcrash have explored the concept artisticly. Many movies have attempted to represent the infinite possibilities and dangers of virtual reality : The Matrix, Tron, Hackers, and so many others. A lot of us still remember the days of the mighty Power Glove and the first adaptations to video ...

X-Raying the Internet Backbone: A 3D View of the AS Graph (Part 1)

Following up with our data visualization series, today we’re going to explore a brand new idea with OpenGraphiti. Everyday, network engineers manipulate real and virtual wires to connect people in the most efficient and reliable way possible. After decades of construction and evolution, it is fascinating to step back and contemplate the shape of this giant ecosystem. In this blog post, we will share some techniques to visualize the structure of the AS network: the backbone of our modern communication.  

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The Hacker’s Manifesto Revisited

Another one got caught today, it’s all over the papers. “Teenager Arrested in Computer Crime Scandal”, “Hacker Arrested after Bank Tampering”… Damn kids. They’re all alike.

You may have recognized the opening lines of this now legendary text. The Hacker’s Manifesto, first published in Phrack #7 in 1986, was written by “The Mentor” shortly after his arrest. It is now part of the common hacker knowledge and stays a monument of the cyber culture. Today, we would like to give it ...