Introducing Choronzon: an approach at knowledge-based evolutionary fuzzing
CENSUS researchers Nikolaos Naziridis and Zisis Sialveras have recently presented their research on knowledge-based evolutionary fuzzing, at ZeroNights 2015 in Moscow, Russia. The talk introduced a cross-platform evolutionary fuzzing framework, that will be released as a free and open-source tool.
CENSUS researchers Nikolaos Naziridis and Zisis Sialveras presented their evolutionary fuzzing framework "Choronzon" at this year's ZeroNights conference in Moscow, Russia.
I recently presented a talk on heap exploitation abstraction at two conferences, namely ZeroNights 2014 (Moscow, Russia) and BalCCon 2014 (Novi Sad, Serbia). The talk titled “Project Heapbleed”, collected the experience of exploiting allocators in various different target applications and platforms. The talk focused on practical, reusable heap attack primitives that aim to reduce the exploit development time and effort.
Project Heapbleed talks at ZeroNights 2014 and BalCCon 2014
CENSUS researcher Patroklos Argyroudis presented "Project Heapbleed" at the 2014 ZeroNights (Moscow, Russia) and BalCCon (Novi Sad, Serbia) conferences. The talks focused on practical, reusable heap attack primitives that aim to reduce the exploit development time and effort.