Presentaciones y videos de ShmootCon disponibles

La conferencia ShmooCon se llevó a cabo del 28 al 30 de enero en Washington DC y reunió a muchos de los expertos internacionales en seguridad y Hackers del mundo.

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Friday, January 28th, 2011
Time
1230 Registration Opens
1500 Opening RemarksBruce Potter

ShmooBall Death Video

1530
A Paranoid Schizophrenia-based Model of Data Security
 

Marsh Ray

 

1600
Hacking “Smartwater” Wireless Water Networks
 

John McNabb

 

1630
Gone in 60 Minutes: Stealing SensitiveData from Thousands of Systems Simultaneously with OpenDLP
 

Andrew Gavin

Video

 

1700
Hackers for Charity
 

Johnny Long

Video

 

1730
ZigBee Security: Find, Fix, Finish
 

Ryan Speers and Ricky Melgares

Video

 

1800
Are you receiving me? Recent issues in wifi privacy
 

Tara Whalen

Video

 

1830
Keynote – Analytic Framework for Cyber Security
 

Peiter “Mudge” Zatko

Video

 

2000 Fire Talks
Saturday, January 29th, 2011
Time Build It! Break It! Bring it On!
0930 Registration Opens
0945 Administrivia
1000
Defending against Targeted attacks using Duck tape, Popsicle Sticks and Legos
 

Richard Rushing


Printer to PWND: Leveraging Multifunction Printers During Penetration Testing
 

Deral Heiland “PercX” and Pete Arzamendi “Bokojan”

Video


Computer Search and Seizure
 

Marcia Hofmann

1100
Fun with Flow
 

Richard Friedberg


TEAM JOCH vs. Android: The Ultimate Showdown
 

Jon Oberheide and Zach Lanier

Video


Unlocking the Toolkit: Attacking Google Web Toolkit Applications
 

Ron Gutierrez

1200
Yet Another Heapspray Detector
 

Daniel Kovach


Hop Hacking Hedy
 

Q, Atlas, Cutaway Smash and Slugs on Toast

Video


Hard Drive Paperweight: Recovery from a Seized Motor!
 

Scott Moulton

1300 Lunch
1400
Exploiting the Hard-Working DWARF
 

James Oakley and Sergey Bratus


Printers Gone Wild!
 

Ben Smith

Video


Tracking Flaws – Stream Reassembly Issues in Snort IPS
 

Ashley Thomas

1500
INTERSECT: Combining Commercial/FOSS Tools with Custom Code to Root Out Malware
 

Matthew Pawloski and Fotios Lindiakos


Attacking 3G and 4G mobile telecommunications networks
 

Enno Rey & Daniel Mende


An Evite from Surbo? Probably an invitation for trouble.
 

Trent Lo aka “Surbo”

1600
Project Ubertooth: Building a Better Bluetooth Adapter
 

Michael Ossmann

Video


Defeating mTANs for profit
 

Axelle Apvrille and Kyle Yang

Video


ShmooCon Labs Goes To College
 

G W Ray Davidson III, PhD

1700
3D Modeling and Visualization of Real Time Security Events
 

Dan Klinedinst


Reverse Engineering Using the Android Emulator
 

Scott Dunlop


The Getaway: Methods and Defenses for Data Exfiltration
 

Sean V. Coyne

2000 Fire Talks / Get Lamp Screening
2100 Saturday Night Party @ TBD
Sunday, January 30th, 2011
Time Build It! Break It! Bring it On!
0930 Registration Opens
0945 Administrivia
1000
Half Baked: Hardware Hacking Mixed with Sweet Software Reverse Engineering
 

Marc Eisenbarth


URL Enlargement: Is it for You?
 

Daniel Crowley

Video


USB Autorun attacks against Linux
 

Jon Larimer

Video

1100
Visual Malware Reversing: How to Stop Reading Assembly and Love the Code
 

Danny Quist

Video


Malicious USB Devices:Is that an attack vector in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?
 

Adrian Crenshaw


Hacking the Business Capability Stack: Make Corporate Bureaucracy Work for You
 

Javier Gonzales Sanchez

1200 0wn the Con

The Shmoo Group


Transparent Botnet Control for Smartphones Over SMS
 

Georgia Weidman


Inside the App: All Your Data are Belong to Me
 

Sarah Edwards

Video

1300 Room Split Break
1330 The Past, Present, and Future of “Something You Know”

Rick Redman, Martin Bos, Robert Imhoff, David Schuetz

1400 Closing Remarks

Fuente: ShmooCon 2011

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