INFILTRATE is a deep technical conference that focuses entirely on offensive security issues. Groundbreaking researchers focused on the latest technical issues will demonstrate techniques that you cannot find elsewhere. INFILTRATE is the single-most important event for those who are focused on the technical aspects of offensive security issues, for example, computer and network exploitation, vulnerability discovery, and rootkit and trojan covert protocols. INFILTRATE eschews policy and high-level presentations in favor of just hard-core thought-provoking technical meat.
Accuvant is proud to have Braden Thomas and Neil Archibald speaking at INFILTRATE this year.
Practical Attacks on DCOSIS
Who/What: Braden Thomas, principal research scientist, will give the technical keynote at INFILTRATE.
When/Where: Friday, April 17 at 8:45 a.m./Flicker Conference Room
Modern Objective-C Exploitation
Who/What: This talk serves to advance the research Neil Archibald, security researcher, published in Phrack 66 (2009) regarding the exploitation of memory corruption bugs utilizing the Objective-C runtime on Mac OS X. While the techniques in the paper are still functional to this day, the security features of modern OS's such as ASLR/NX means that additional information is required to make these constructs useful. In this talk, Neil will explore some additional techniques which bring the original set forward to the modern platform. In addition, some investigation of the new features and design decisions of the Objective-C run-time will be presented.
When/Where: Friday, April 17 at 12:00 p.m./Flicker Conference Room
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