BSidesBudapest 2020 May 28, 2020 to May 28, 2020, Budapest, Hungary

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Immune your Javascript Programs Against Modern Vulnerabilities Dr. Pedram Hayati N/A
Dissecting and Comparing Different Binaries to Malware Analysis Filipi Pires Demonstrate different kind of structures in the binaries as a PE (header and your sessions), ...
New Era of Telecom Hacking Ali Abdollahi This talk focus on the implementation of new security hardening in mobile networks as well ...
The Art of CISO Zénó Amtmann While corporations historically tended to outsource their IT operations, companies were reorganized and established to ...
AI Security Challenges in 2020 Alexander mikhailovich Polyakov AI is steadily flooding our world sipping into various verticals from Autonomous cars, Robots to ...
Exploiting Directory Permissions on macOS Csaba Fitzl In this talk I will talk about how can we exploit applications on macOS (including ...
Introduction to PASETO (Platform-Agnostic Security Tokens) Devlin Duldulao JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) have become ubiquitous in the web authentication landscape over the last ...
A Jump Back to 2016: iOS Jailbreaking Tomi Tokics In this talk I will introduce iOS jailbreaking, and I will do that by exploiting ...
Hacking Arena: An Innovative Learning Platform for Ethical Hackers & Hacker Robots László Erdődi N/A
Unboring XML Attacks - Forgotten Methods Márk Modly N/A
Threat Hunting in Kubernetes Mutaz Alsallal While organizations are utilizing containers and microservices architecture, the threat landscape has been evolved. Security ...
YARA Rules on Steroids Saurabh Chaudhary Whenever we want to proactively hunt for malware of interest for threat intelligence purposes, YARA ...
A Gentle Introduction to Build a Threat Intelligence Team Anastasios Pingios The talk is focusing on people that are not sure on how to start their ...
Security Tradeoffs in Elasticsearch Philipp Krenn The NoSQL ecosystem thrived on combining scalability and simplicity. This talk focuses on some assumptions ...