Black Hat USA 2018 part 01

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Black Hat USA 2018 part 01

Now in its 21st year, Black Hat USA is the world’s leading information security event, providing attendees with the very latest in research, development, and trends. BlackHat USA 2018 opens with four days of technical pieces of training (August 4 – 7) followed by the two-day main conference (August 8 – 9) featuring Briefings, Arsenal, Business Hall, and more.

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Black Hat USA 2018 part 01

  • Black Hat USA 2018 Keynote: Parisa Tabriz
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  • How can Communities Move Forward After Incidents of Sexual Harassment or Assault?
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  • Unpacking the Packed Unpacker: Reverse Engineering an Android Anti-Analysis Native Library
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  • Fire & Ice: Making and Breaking macOS Firewalls
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  • Practical Web Cache Poisoning: Redefining ‘Unexploitable’
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  • An Attacker Looks at Docker: Approaching Multi-Container Applications
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  • SirenJack: Cracking a ‘Secure’ Emergency Warning Siren System
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  • Are You Trading Stocks Securely? Exposing Security Flaws in Trading Technologies
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  • GOD MODE UNLOCKED – Hardware Backdoors in x86 CPUs
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  • Finding Xori: Malware Analysis Triage with Automated Disassembly
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  • Miasm: Reverse Engineering Framework
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  • Over-the-Air: How we Remotely Compromised the Gateway, BCM, and Autopilot ECUs of Tesla Cars
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  • DeepLocker – Concealing Targeted Attacks with AI Locksmithing
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  • It’s a PHP Unserialization Vulnerability Jim, but Not as We Know It
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  • Day Zero: A Road Map to #BHUSA 2018
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  • Lessons and Lulz: The 4th Annual Black Hat USA NOC Report
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  • Return of Bleichenbacher’s Oracle Threat (ROBOT)
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  • An Attacker Looks at Docker: Approaching Multi-Container Applications
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  • Follow the White Rabbit: Simplifying Fuzz Testing Using FuzzExMachina
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  • The Finest Penetration Testing Framework for Software-Defined Networks
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  • Understanding and Exploiting Implanted Medical Devices
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  • Mainframe [z/OS] Reverse Engineering and Exploit Development
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  • Lowering the Bar: Deep Learning for Side Channel Analysis
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  • Hardening Hyper-V through Offensive Security Research
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  • SirenJack: Cracking a ‘Secure’ Emergency Warning Siren System
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  • Practical Web Cache Poisoning: Redefining ‘Unexploitable’
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