Black Hat Europe 2014 part 01

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Black Hat Europe 2014 part 01

The premier conference on information security returns to the beautiful city of Amsterdam, Netherlands in October 2014. Professionals from all over the world gather for two days of intense Training and two thought-provoking days of Briefings brought to you by some of the brightest minds in the industry.


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24 Lessons

Black Hat Europe 2014 part 01

Scala Security: Examining the Play and LiftWeb Frameworks00:00:00
ret2dir: Deconstructing Kernel Isolation00:00:00
Reflected File Download – A New Web Attack Vector00:00:00
C++11 Metaprogramming Applied to Software Obfuscation00:00:00
Next Level Cheating and Leveling Up Mitigations00:00:00
Bringing a Machete to the Amazon00:00:00
Industrial Control Systems : Pentesting PLCs 101 (Part 1/2)00:00:00
Freeze Drying for Capturing Environment-Sensitive Malware Alive00:00:00
Exploring Yosemite: Abusing Mac OS X 10.1000:00:00
Abusing Software Defined Networks00:00:00
Hadoop Security: Seven Ways to Kill an Elephant00:00:00
Industrial Control Systems : Pentesting PLCs 101 (Part 2/2)00:00:00
Android Kernel and OS Security Assessment with Iron Crow00:00:00
Revisiting XSS Sanitization00:00:00
Counterfeiting the Pipes with FakeNet 2.0 (Part 2/2)00:00:00
WebKit Everywhere: Secure or Not?00:00:00
Gyrophone: Eavesdropping Using a Gyroscope00:00:00
Session Identifier are for Now, Passwords are Forever – XSS-Based Abuse of Browser Password Managers00:00:00
SSL Validation Checking vs. Go(ing) to Fail00:00:00
Two Factor Failure00:00:00
Lessons Learned from Eight Years of Breaking Hypervisors00:00:00
Evasion of High-End IDPS Devices at the IPv6 Era00:00:00
Analyzing UEFI BIOSes from Attacker & Defender Viewpoints00:00:00
Attacking the Linux PRNG on Android00:00:00
Black Hat Europe 2014

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