Black Hat Asia 2020 part 1

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Black Hat Asia 2020 part 1

Black Hat Asia will be held virtually in the Singapore Time Zone, September 29-October 2. During this week, information security experts will teach interactive, online Training, innovative research will be presented at Briefings, the latest open-source tools will be showcased at Arsenal, and the Business Hall will feature top-tier security solutions and service providers, plus ample networking events and opportunities.

Course Content

Black Hat Asia 2020 part 1

  • BitLeaker: Subverting BitLocker with One Vulnerability
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  • Complexity Killed Security
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  • Engineering Cybersecurity for a Nation: What Singapore is Learning from Cars and Sanitation
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  • The Black Hat NOC: Greatest Hits and Holy…Cows
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  • Escaping Virtualized Containers
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  • Patching Loopholes: Finding Backdoors in Applications
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  • What the Log?! So Many Events, so Little Time…
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  • Securing the Next Version of HTTP: How QUIC and HTTP/3 Compare to HTTP/2
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  • Misuse of DNS, the Second Most Used Protocol
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  • Faking a Factory: Creating and Operating a Realistic Honeypot
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  • Raiden Glitching Framework
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  • Faking a Factory: Creating and Operating a Realistic Honeypot
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  • Raiden Glitching Framework
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  • First Contact – Vulnerabilities in Contactless Payments
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  • The Evil Alt-Ego: (ab)using HTTP Alternative Services
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  • The Evil of Spy Camera
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  • Walking Your Dog in Multiple Forests – Breaking AD Trust Boundaries through Kerberos Vulnerabilities
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  • CDPwn: Taking Over Millions of Enterprise-Things with Layer 2 Zero-Days
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  • WIFI-Important Remote Attack Surface: Threat is Expanding
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  • Biometrics & Privacy: Time to Faceoff or is that FaceApp?
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  • Attacking and Defending Machine Learning Applications of Public Cloud
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  • Identifying Multi-Binary Vulnerabilities in Embedded Firmware at Scale
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