Below are some photos we’ve taken at industry related conferences and events over the years.
Went to Japan to teach a semi-public version of of our course. Traipsed around the country for a bit. Ridley had a chance to show Lawler all his favorite spots. A related blogpost is here.
Spoke at a conference at the PalExpo in Geneva. Also did a short ARM Exploitation workshop. Afterwards Lawler and Ridley travelled around Switzerland by car and saw some cool stuff. A related blogpost is here.
We spoke at NoSuchCon in Paris about general hardware hacking, ARM Exploitation techniques and our new hardware platform custom built to assist with attacking hardware and low power RF networks. A related blogpost is here.
We spoke at Infiltrate in Miami about general hardware hacking, ARM Exploitation techniques and our new hardware platform custom built to assist with attacking hardware and low power RF networks. A related blogpost is here.
We participated in an “expert panel” on the security issues with mobile and embedded devices. ARM TechCon is the largest ARM microprocessor conference in the world.
Debuted our course “Practical ARM Exploitation” at CanSecWest. A related blogpost is here.
Spoke about ARM Exploitation and generally had a good time down under. A related blogpost is here.
After Breakpoint we attended RuxCon. We didnt speak but we enjoyed hanging out downunder. Also saw a bit of the countryside with some friendly faces. A related blogpost is here.
We spoke about ARM Exploitation at Blackhat and also ran a shortened version of our course. A related blogpost is here.
We attended the weeklong SMT SummerSchool conference for academics at MIT. A related blogpost is here.
We spoke about hardware hacking and ARM Exploitation in Seoul. And generally had a good time. Ridley took his mom. A related blogpost is here.
We drove up to Seattle for a short trip (since we were in the area). We spoke about embedded security and ARM exploitation at a very high level.
We did a talk entitled “Hardware Hacking For Software People” A related blogpost is here on the talk.
We attended the CCC which was held in 2007 crossing into the new year of 2008. It was pretty cool. Ridley was traipsing around Europe for a few months for work and leisure and happened in on CCC at the right time.
Living in NYC we were obligated to attend 😉 JK. We both enjoyed SummerCon. We spoke about Hardware Hacking.
We did not speak we just attended, but we were invited to a whole slew of interesting private parties. A good time as usual. A related blogpost is here.
We (Ridley) spoke at SysCan on NT Kernel development and vulnerability research. Nothing terribly original. Just good generic info but good for beginners and a good reference for intermediate folks. A related blogpost is here.
We designed all the reverse engineering challenges for this years CSAW. 10 total challenges ranging from crypto, code obfuscation, and NT kernel reverse engineering.
Blackhat 2010 (Abu Dhabi )
We spoke at Blackhat in Abu Dhabi about software sandboxes in a talk entitle “Escaping the Sandbox”. We never left the hotel but the hotel was a former palace, so plenty of great photos.
Spoke at this neat little conference in Brazil on NT Kernel security.
We did not speak, we just attended. This was the year ShmooCon got snowed in. Great photos and great to catch up with old friends and co-workers from the DC area.
Impromptu meetup on Central Park turns into a Hacker BBQ.
Spoke at EuSecWest and then left from the podium to go to the airport to fly to Singapore for SysCan 2010. This was the “Escaping the Sandbox” talk. A related blogpost is here.
We spoke at PacSec on building fuzzing frameworks. Ruxxer was the framework we wrote and spoke about here. It used it’s own DSL (Domain Specific Language) to easily help replicate protocols.
We did not speak, we just attended. Some great photos.
We spoke at Recon about software sandboxes in a talk entitle “Escaping the Sandbox”. A related blogpost is here
Travis Goodspeed was in town so we assembled a group of folks for his ad hoc “NeighborCon”. he spoke about some neat hardware he designed.