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Ben Nagy

Senior Security Researcher

COSEINC

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COSEINC

Singapore

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COSEINC is a Singapore based and privately funded company dedicated to providing highly specialized information security services to our clients. We are a young and dynamic company whose constitution are computer security experts, from diverse backgrounds ... more

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Senior Security Engineer
eEye Digital Security Inc.

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BEN ...

www.ruxcon.org.au, 26 Jan 2013 [cached]

BEN NAGY

Windows Kernel Fuzzing For Beginners
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BEN NAGY
Windows Kernel Fuzzing For Beginners
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Ben Nagy is a senior security researcher with COSEINC, currently working from Kathmandu, Nepal - braving 14 hours per day of scheduled power cuts, wild dog packs and amusing diseases such as typhoid and cholera. For several years, he has been exploring and presenting ways to improve fuzzing scalability, using clusters and clouds to automate and distribute many 'fuzzing related' tasks. Ben is a one-eyed Ruby zealot and a firm believer in Not Invented Here, Beer and Enraged Ranting.


Black Hat ® Technical Security Conference: USA 2010 // Speaker Bios

www.blackhat.com, 25 June 2012 [cached]

Ben Nagy

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Ben Nagy
COSEINC
Ben Nagy is a senior security researcher with COSEINC, and recently moved from Kuala Lumpur to hack with a view of the mountains in Kathmandu. For over a year he has been exploring ways to improve fuzzing scalability, especially against complex, closed source targets like Windows and Office. Previously working on liver destruction with eEye in Geneva and Bangkok, Ben has written whitepapers on a number of subjects and presented at conferences in Europe, Asia and Australia. Ben is probably that guy over there drinking beer and talking about Ruby.


New security scares for Outlook and IE - ZDNet UK News

news.zdnet.co.uk, 4 April 2005 [cached]

Although the flaws would not allow self-propagating worms to infiltrate a system, there is the potential of attackers installing backdoor Trojans without a person's knowledge, Ben Nagy, an eEye senior security engineer, said on Friday.

"If a user is tricked (into going) to a site carrying malicious code, they can become infected by just surfing across a banner ad," Nagy said.
eEye notified Microsoft several days ago of the flaws in the default installation of Outlook and IE and is giving the software giant time to develop a patch before releasing details on which versions of the software are affected, Nagy said.
For now, only a few details are included in eEye's page of upcoming advisories.
Nagy added that eEye is also still conducting its own testing of various platforms to evaluate which ones are affected and to what degree.
No exploits are known to have been developed yet, Nagy said.
"Microsoft has acknowledged a vulnerability does exist and is real, but I doubt they will release a patch out of [their monthly] cycle," Nagy said.


SyScan :: Archive

www.syscan.org, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]

Ben Nagy

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Ben Nagy
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Ben Nagy Sr Researcher, COSEINC
Ben Nagy is a security researcher with COSEINC, currently working out of Kuala Lumpur. For the past few months he has been working full time in the guts of the Word 2007 Binary Format and integrating the results into Metafuzz, his ruby-based fuzzing framework. Previously working on liver destruction with eEye in Geneva and Bangkok, Ben has written whitepapers on a number of subjects and presented at several conferences in Europe (Infosecurity in London) and Asia (Ruxcon).


SyScan :: Archive

www.syscan.org, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]

Ben Nagy

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Ben Nagy
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Ben Nagy Sr Researcher, COSEINC
Ben Nagy is a security researcher with COSEINC, currently working out of Kuala Lumpur. For the past few months he has been working full time in the guts of the Word 2007 Binary Format and integrating the results into Metafuzz, his ruby-based fuzzing framework. Previously working on liver destruction with eEye in Geneva and Bangkok, Ben has written whitepapers on a number of subjects and presented at several conferences in Europe (Infosecurity in London) and Asia (Ruxcon). These papers include: "SEH security changes in XPSP2" "Generic Anti-Exploitation Technology for Windows"
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