Black Hat USA 2018 part 02

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Black Hat USA 2018 part 02

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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33 Lessons

Black Hat USA 2018 part 02

IoT Malware: Comprehensive Survey, Analysis Framework and Case Studies00:00:00
SDL the Wont Break the Bank00:00:00
For the Love of Money: Finding and Exploiting Vulnerabilities in Mobile Point of Sales Systems00:00:00
Last Call for SATCOM Security00:00:00
Exploitation of a Modern Smartphone Baseband00:00:00
Automated Discovery of Deserialization Gadget Chains00:00:00
Legal Liability for IOT Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities00:00:00
Another Flip in the Row00:00:00
How can Someone with Autism Specifically Enhance the Cyber Security Workforce?00:00:00
Catch me, Yes we can! – Pwning Social Engineers00:00:00
Automating Exploit Generation for Arbitrary Types of Kernel Vulnerabilities00:00:00
Windows Offender: Reverse Engineering Windows Defender’s Antivirus Emulator00:00:00
Protecting the Protector, Hardening Machine Learning Defenses Against Adversarial Attacks00:00:00
Playback: A TLS 1.3 Story00:00:00
An Inside Story of Mitigating Speculative Execution Side Channel Vulnerabilities00:00:00
TLBleed: When Protecting Your CPU Caches is Not Enough00:00:00
None of My Pixel is Your Business: Active Watermarking Cancellation Against Video Streaming Service00:00:00
So I became a Domain Controller00:00:00
WebAssembly: A New World of Native Exploits on the Browser00:00:00
Outsmarting the Smart City00:00:00
Are You Trading Stocks Securely? Exposing Security Flaws in Trading Technologies00:00:00
AI & ML in Cyber Security – Why Algorithms are Dangerous00:00:00
Stealth Mango and the Prevalence of Mobile Surveillanceware00:00:00
Efail: Breaking S/MIME and OpenPGP Email Encryption using Exfiltration Channels00:00:00
A Deep Dive into macOS MDM (and How it can be Compromised)00:00:00
Pestilential Protocol: How Unsecure HL7 Messages Threaten Patient Lives00:00:00
GOD MODE UNLOCKED – Hardware Backdoors in x86 CPUs00:00:00
Decompiler Internals: Microcode00:00:00
Detecting Malicious Cloud Account Behavior: A Look at the New Native Platform Capabilities00:00:00
Windows Notification Facility: Peeling the Onion of the Most Undocumented Kernel Attack Surface Yet00:00:00
Kernel Mode Threats and Practical Defenses00:00:00
New Norms and Policies in Cyber-Diplomacy00:00:00
Snooping on Cellular Gateways and Their Critical Role in ICS00:00:00
Black Hat USA 2018

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