learnings from the battlefield

The past 12 months have seen 6 New Zealand security professionals embark on a volunteer project that is focused on finding security issues that concern New Zealand businesses and our address space. This group has become known as “Threat Safari”.

A large percentage of the findings that we’ve made are phishing sites and dumped credentials, but we’ve also made some significant achievements in discovering and aiding the resolution of botnet and malware infrastructure in New Zealand.

This post was originally published in May of this year, and has been updated and republished to accompany my purplecon talk: Roast Criminals, Not Marshmallows.

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