Articles with tag: Talk
POSTED BY: CENSUS / 07.06.2012

Exploiting the jemalloc Memory Allocator - Black Hat USA 2012

CENSUS researchers Chariton Karamitas and Patroklos Argyroudis will be presenting “Exploiting the jemalloc Memory Allocator: Owning Firefox’s Heap”, an in-depth security analysis of the jemalloc memory allocator at Black Hat USA 2012. The focus will be on offensive techniques and the identification of attack vectors, while the Mozilla Firefox browser will be used as a case study.


POSTED BY: Dimitrios Glynos / 07.05.2012

Packing Heat - AthCon 2012 update

AthCon 2012 is now over and what a great event that was! Our talk this year, entitled “Packing Heat!”, described ways in which PE executables can be packed to evade AntiVirus (AV) detection during penetration tests. Specifically, the talk presented a new type of packer; a packer that generates metamorphic executables. Each executable generated by this type of packer both looks different on-disk and behaves differently at runtime.


POSTED BY: CENSUS / 27.04.2012

Packing Heat - AthCon 2012

CENSUS is excited to be participating for the third time at AthCon, the leading technical IT security conference in Greece. This year our researcher Dimitris Glynos will be presenting a new design for executable packing that allows penetration testers to hide malicious payloads from a wide variety of antivirus engines.


POSTED BY: Dimitrios Glynos / 22.07.2011

Performing Digital Forensics with Open Source tools

My presentation slides from this year’s FOSSCOMM security sessions are now (also) available here.