CanSecWest 2008 Mar 26-28

CanSecWest 2008 Mar 26-28
CanSecWest 2008 Mar 26-28

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CanSecWest 2008 Presentations

Snort 3.0 - Marty Roesch, Sourcefire

Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerabilities in Flash Authoring Tools - 
Rich Cannings, Google

Proprietary RFID Systems - Jan "starbug" Krissler and Karsten Nohl, CCC

Media Frenzy: Finding Bugs in Windows Media Software - Mark Dowd and  
John McDonald, IBM ISS

Targeted Attacks and Microsoft Office Malware - Rob Hensing, Microsoft

Virtually Secure - Oded Horovitz, VMWare

Malicious Cryptography - Fr=C3=A9d=C3=A9ric Raynal and Eric Filiol, 
Sogeti/Cap-Gemini and ESAT

The Death of AV Defense in Depth: Revisiting Anti-Virus Software -  
Thierry Zoller and Sergio Alvarez, nRuns

VMWare Issues - Sun Bing, McAfee

Intrusion Detection Systems Correlation: a Weapon of Mass  
Investigation - Sebastien Tricaud and Pierre Chifflier, INL

Web Wreck-utation - Dan Hubbard and Stephan Chenette, WebSense

Secure programming with gcc and glibc - Marcel Holtmann, Intel

Mobitex network security - olleB,

Peach Fuzzing - Michael Eddington, Leviathan

Fuzz by Number - Charlie Miller, Independent Security Evaluators

Fuzzing WTF? What Fuzzing Was, Is And Never Will Be. - Frank Marcus and 
Mikko Varpiola,Wurldtech / Condenomicon

Vulnerabilities Die Hard - Kowsik Guruswamy, Mu

Hacking Windows Vista - Dan Grifin, JW Secure

ExeFilter: a new open-source framework for active content filtering -  
Philippe Lagadec, NATO/NC3A

VetNetSec: Security testing for Extremists - Eric Hacker, BT INS

w3af: A framework to own the web - Andres Riancho, Cybsec

A Unique Behavioral Science Approach to Threats, Extortion and Internal 
Computer Investigations - Scott K. Larson, Stroz Friedberg

2008 Dojos

Vulnerability Discovery Demystified             Mark Dowd and Justin Schuh
The Exploit Laboratory - Advanced Edition               Saumil Shah
Advanced Honeypot Tactics               Thorsten Holz
Mastering the network with Scapy                Philippe Biondi
Voice over IP (VoIP) Security           Nico Fischbach
Practical 802.11 WiFi (In)Security              C=C3=A9dric Blancher
Advanced Linux Hardening                Andrea Barisani
Defend The Flag         Microsoft

2008 PWN 2 OWN

There will be three targets:
     A MacBook Air, running the latest OSX, patched, typical configuration.
     A Sony VAIO VGN-TZ37CNB, running Ubuntu, latest  release. 
     A Fujitsu U810, Running Vista, latest update.

The contest will be adjudicated by our impartial celebrity judge:

Ronald C. Dodge JR., Ph.D.
Lieutenant Colonel, Academy Professor
Associate Dean, Information and Education Technology,
United States Military Academy

The victory conditions will be the contents of specific specially 
planted files on each system, to be extracted by winners. Hack them and 
you get to keep them, and any associated prizes for the exploits used, 
oh and the fame and glory. :-)

Browsers (I.E., Mozilla, Safari), Mail Clients (Outlook,, 
Thunderbird), and IM clients (MSN, Adium, Pigdin, Skype all platforms) 
are all in scope. More details and official rules soon.

World Security Pros. Cutting Edge Training, Tools, and Techniques
Vancouver, Canada March 25-28 - 2008 
pgpkey kyxpgp 

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