PALESTRANTES


Ilfak Guilfanov - Founder, Hex-Rays

Otavio Cunha - Engenheiro Eletronico

PaX Team - PaX Project

 

 

  Keynote: The history behind IDA
 Ilfak Guilfanov
  This talk will cover the experiences and learnings behind the creation of the most famous disassembler, the IDA Pro.
  Ilfak Guilfanov is a software developer, computer security researcher and blogger. He became well known when he issued a free hotfix for the Windows Metafile vulnerability on 31 December 2005. His unofficial patch was favorably reviewed and widely publicized because no official patch was initially available from Microsoft. Microsoft released an official patch on 5 January 2006.

Guilfanov was born in a small village in the Tatarstan Region of Russia in a Tatar family. He graduated from Moscow State University in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. He lives in Liège, Belgium and works for Hex-Rays. He is the systems architect and main developer for IDA Pro, which is Hex-Rays' commercial version of the Interactive Disassembler Guilfanov created. A freeware version of this reverse engineering tool is also available.

 

 

  Keynote: Estrategia de Cybersecurity
 Otavio Cunha
  Abstract: Em função da evolução das questões relacionadas com a Segurança cibernética em todo o mundo, como os países estão se preparando para tratar com as ameaças cibernéticas cada vez mais eficientes e eficazes? A apresentação irá trazer uma visão holística do problema para um público que, em última análise, está mais preocupado com a questão do "como fazer" e menos do que pode acontecer em termos globais.
  Engenheiro Eletrônico trabalhando em segurança da informação e comunicações desde a publicação do livro do James Bamford, The Puzzle Palace em 1982 o que me levou a não ficar nem um pouco impressionado com as denúncias do Snowden em 2013(?). Por que? Simples, faz parte do "jogo" :-).

Após essas décadas de trabalho espero poder compartilhar algumas questões técnicas com a turma presente na H2HC com o objetivo de trocar experiências na área cibernética. O pessoal competente e que tem o gás necessário para atuar nesse "universo especial" é o público ideal para entender o "jogo" e o que será capaz de ditar as regras dos novos "jogos" que estão sendo estabelecidos entre as nações.

 

 

  Inside PaX Latest News
 PaX Team
  PaX is a patch for the Linux kernel that implements least privilege protections for memory pages. The least-privilege approach allows computer programs to do only what they have to do in order to be able to execute properly, and nothing more. PaX was first released in 2000.

PaX flags data memory as non-executable, program memory as non-writable and randomly arranges the program memory. This effectively prevents many security exploits, such as some kinds of buffer overflows. The former prevents direct code execution absolutely, while the latter makes so-called return-to-libc (ret2libc) attacks difficult to exploit, relying on luck to succeed, but doesn't prevent overwriting variables and pointers.

The PaX Project keeps innovating in providing a holistic security approach. This talk will cover the excitting new features released in the project since the last talk at H2HC.
  Main developer of the PaX Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

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