SyScan 2008 July 1, 2008 to July 2, 2008, Singapore

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Title Speakers Summary Topic Types
Opening And Welcome Address None Security
Windows Mobile Rootkit - Updated Petr Matousek In this talk, the author presents various ways to subvert Windows Embedded CE 6 kernel ... Security Rootkits Monitoring
Trusted Virtualization: The Next Big Thing? Gaith Taha With the increasing popularity of Trusted Platform Modules (TPMs) in present-day Personal Computers, new challenges ... Security Malware
Generic Electric Grid Malware Design - Attacking Scada System Eyal Udassin SCADA systems directly influence the lives and wellbeing of all civilians in almost any modernized ... Security Malware
Windows Vista User Interface Privilege Isolation Edgar Barbosa None Security
Real World Kernel Pool Exploitation Kostya Kortchinsky As user-level security gets more robust, hackers continue to find vulnerabilities in the kernel. Each ... Security Exploitation
Defeating Aslr And Dep Protections On Windows Vista Alexander Sotirov Over the past several years, Microsoft has implemented a number of memory protection mechanisms with ... Security Exploitation
Heaps About Heaps Brett ( Antic0de ) Moore This presentation will briefly explain old heap exploitation techniques, but focus on detailing various new ... Security Exploitation
Buffered Code Execution Matthew ( Shok ) Conover This presentation will cover a new prototype developed in Symantec Resarch Labs to run kernel-mode ... Security
Killing The Myth Of Cisco Ios Rootkit Sebastian Muniz Rootkits are very common in most popular Operating Systems like Windows, Linux, Unix and any ... Security Access
Phlashdance, Fuzzing Your Way To Expensive Bricks Richard Smith This presentation intends to discuss a new class of attack termed Permanent Denial Of Service ... Security Fuzzing
Hacking Rfid Devices - Singapore Passport? Adam ( Major Malfunction ) Laurie RFID is being embedded in everything... From Passports to Pants. Door Keys to Credit Cards. ... Security