Chris Czub is a Senior Information Security Engineer at Duo Security, an Ann Arbor, Michigan-based start-up focused on two-factor authentication and account security. With a career spanning a decade, he has worked in various roles from software engineer to tech lead at start-ups and IT companies in SE Michigan. He has seen security in practice at small and medium-sized organizations and worked on various aspects of security, such as secure coding, application security auditing, endpoint security, network monitoring, malware analysis, security advisory oversight and threat intelligence.
Are Signature Edition laptops really more secure than other laptops? Duo's security research team, Duo Labs compared Signature Edition models with others to find out the answer.
Today, Duo Labs is publishing our take on the OOBE; Out-of-Box Exploitation: A Security Analysis of OEM Updaters. OEM software is making us vulnerable and invading our privacy - with that in mind, Duo Labs decided to dig in to see how ugly things can get.
A newly discovered vulnerability in crypto protocols breaks connections and reminds us all that it's long past time to move on from SSLv2.
A newly discovered vulnerability in OpenSSL reveals private keys and reminds us all that it's long past time to move on from SSLv2.