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The Shellcode Lab

Instructor: Ygor da Rocha Parreira aka dmr

Total seats: 50

Vacancies: 0

Minimum Required: 10

Duration: 16 horas

Date: 22 e 23 de outubro de 2018

Bring your own Laptop: Sim

Language: Português

Investment: R$ 1500,00


Web Hacking

Instructor: Marcos Azevedo a.k.a psylinux

Total seats: 30

Vacancies: 10

Minimum Required: 10

Duration: 16 horas

Date: 18 e 19 de outubro de 2018

Bring your own Laptop: Sim

Language: Português

Investment: R$ 1500,00




Sonic attacks to spinning hard drives
Finding 0days in embedded systems with code coverage guided fuzzing
SMAPwn: a faster way for detecting double fetch vulnerabilities in Windows kernel
Is visualization still necessary?
DSL: Dismantling Secret Layers
Hacking the international RFQ Process #killthebuzzwords
Constraint solvers for Reverse Engineering
Abusando da Virtualizacao
Cracking the Craptcha
A little bit about Code and Command Injection flaws in Web Applications Frameworks and Libraries with bonus: 0day RCE
Fault Injection Attacks com Enfase em Ultrassom
SegDSP (Segmentation Digital Signal Processor)
Internet of Sh!t: Hacking de Dispositivos Embarcados
Cyber Mercenaries: When States Exploit the Hacker Community
Hacking the Brazilian Voting System
SPLITTER: An Approach to Difficult Correlation, Traffic Analysis and Statistical Attacks Inside TOR Network
The (not so profitable) path towards automated heap exploitation
Evoting from Argentina to the World
Exploring the Safari: JustInTime Exploitation
Attacking VMware NSX
GCC is the new pink: Compiler plugins and what they can do for code security
Linux Kernel Rootkits
All the Tiny Features
Mobile Medical Records and Storage
Getting Malicious in 2018: A Deep Dive into 2018s Most Impactful Malware in the Android Ecosystem



The use of "hacker" to mean "security breaker" is a confusion on the part of the mass media. We hackers refuse to recognize that meaning, and continue using the word to mean, "Someone who loves to program and enjoys being clever about it".

Richard Stallman