The famous Indian hacker Nikhil Mittal, creator of the framework Kautilya, conducts a master class “Creating havoc using a Human Interface Device.” The main theme of the report is how easy it is to hack a computer using devices that present themselves as a mouse, keyboard, etc.
Micha Borrman, of the company SySS in his report “Internet, CVV2 and fraud detection systems,” analyzes common vulnerabilities in the security systems of online stores that use payment cards, MasterCard and VISA as a payment method.
Marcus Niemietz raises the current topic of attacks on mobile phones (in particular, popular smartphones running Android). His report is called “Hijacking Attacks on Android Devices”. Marcus, author of the book “Clickjacking and UI-Redressing”, promises to demonstrate at the conference one or two 0day-attacks and a lot of practical experiments.
An analysis of the activities of the hacker group LulzSec, which has consistently compromised servers of the CIA, Sony, Arizona, and British police UBOP - SOCA, will be conducted by Jerry Gamblin in his report “What We Can (and Should) Learn from LulzSec.” Jerry is an expert in information security for the Missouri State House of Representatives.
Nikita Tarakanov and Alexander Bazhanyuk will present their report "A tool to automatically search for vulnerabilities." Nikita and Alexander are the founders of the information security company CISS RT.
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