Here is a great video from a presentation I attended at DerbyCon 2013 this year. It is a video demonstrating how to use SQLMAP to attack the SQLOL database and has a lot of good information. Later on, I will post some videos and demos of how to install this, make it work, attack the database, etc. Credit goes to Conrad Reynolds for putting together this presentation.
This is another good video from the HP Protect 2013 conference. It’s another video of Dr. Gary McGraw talking more about his thoughts and the BSIMM. Definitely worth a watch, there is a lot that you can learn from this guy.
Bug Parades, Zombies, and the BSIMM: A decade of software security!
I had the privilege of attending the HP Protect conference in Washington D.C. this year. I found it to be a great experience and I’ll see if I can’t get a write up of it going sometime in the near future. One thing that I did want to share was an excellent video from the software security keynote by Dr. Gary McGraw of Cigital. Very informative and entertaining.
In this video, I demonstrate the basic item pickup, the item context system, NPC dialogue, and the shop. Let me know what you think.
I’ve been hard at work this week trying to get more work done on my yet to be named farm game. The biggest thing that I have in place now is the inventory system. Right now, I only have 6 slots enabled, but that can easily be increased. When you collide with an item, it will find the next available inventory spot and add the item. If you already have the item, it simply add another. There is also the option to drop an item. Dropping the item will cause it to actually remove from the inventory and appear on the screen. Let me know what you all think so far!