t2 2013 Oct. 24, 2013 to Oct. 25, 2013, Helsinki,Finland

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Solving the t2'13 Challenge Timo Teräs N/A
Hacking Government - Crowdsourcing System Development Ville Korhonen The Matriculation Examination Board of Finland organised hacking contest in August 2013. Goal was to ...
Speeding up exploit development with Moneyshot Peter \xe2\x80\x98blasty\xe2\x80\x99 Geissler Weaponization of vulnerabilities based on memory corruption bugs is alive and kicking. Mitigations for this ...
Don't Pay Money for Someone Else's Calls - A Practical Analysis of VoIP based Toll Fraud Cases Christopher Werny While more and more organizations migrate their traditional telephony systems to the IP world, security ...
Fully arbitrary 802.3 packet injection: maximizing the Ethernet attack surface. Andrea Barisani It is generally assumed that sending and sniffing arbitrary Fast Ethernet packets can be performed ...
Future Proof Integrated Circuits Analysis Techniques Dmitry Nedospasov With the growing complexity and advanced countermeasures on modern secure ICs, analyzing has become a ...
<3 Ruby on Rails <3 Joernchen ( joernchen ) Ruby on Rails is that fancy Web application framework everybody loves. This talk will cover ...
My quest into FM-RDS Oona Räisänen A look into my experiences with FM-RDS (Radio Data System), a digital subcarrier embedded in ...
Information Assurance for your business" or "Why your security products suck Olleb From this talk you will learn the importance of testing products not only from a ...
Going deeper on aviation security Hugo Teso This presentation will explain and show how to remotely attack and take control of some ...
Cracking Historical Ciphers Beata Megyesi Thousands of encrypted, still undeciphered manuscripts are found in libraries and archives all over Europe. ...
Keynote Mikko Hypponen It's a keynote.
Hack the Gibson - Exploiting Supercomputers John Fitzpatrick , Luke Jennings Enter a massively parallel world where systems performance is measured in petaflops, storage in petabytes ...