InfoSecSouthWest 2016 April 8, 2016 to April 10, 2016, austin,usa

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Web Application Hacking for Beginners Brandon Perry Starting at the very basics of how a web browser communicates with servers on the ...
Monitoring & Analysis 101: N00b to Ninja in 60 Minutes Grecs Knowing how to perform basic monitoring and analysis can go a long way in helping ...
IoT on Easy Mode (Reversing Embedded Devices) Elvis Collado As technology matures we are seeing a trend of products that are now “smart.” The ...
Speak Security and Enter: Better Ways to Communicate with Non-Technical Users Jessy Irwin Every day, security professionals encounter a common problem: after bringing a student or colleague up ...
Basic and Advanced SQL injection techniques Brandon Perry This talk covers the very basics of how SQL injections work and how to exploit ...
Lessons Learned from Researching and Exploiting Stagefright Joshua j. Drake Android is currently the most popular operating system worldwide. Such popularity garnered increased attention from ...
Automating Scambaiting with Markov Chains Robbie Gallagher We’ve taken a novel approach to automating the determination of a phisher’s geographic location. With ...
Leaking Windows Kernel Pointers Wanderingglitch As part of reversing win32k.sys to understand the User-Mode Callback mechanism, I found several kernel ...
We’re from the government and we’re here to help... No, really. Leonard Bailey There is an undeniable intersection between computer security researchers' efforts to identify and disclose security ...
Contextual Detection of Related Executables and Coding Similarities Angelo Vescio Using computer vision techniques (CVT) it may be possible to determine how related different binary ...
PCT - Practical Code Triage Todd Manning Source code auditing is a common bug finding method for both offensive and defensive security ...
LibreSSL, (almost) two years later Brent Cook Wait, those LibreSSL​ guys are still around? Does it work on anything other than OpenBSD ...