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Conference Day 1 and Day 2 Agenda (PDF) - http://conference.hitb.org/hitb2014ams-agenda.pdf

Do note that entrance to the all-new HITB Haxpo which runs alongside the conference is COMPLETELY FREE!

PRICE: EUR1199 (ends 1st May) / EUR1337 (late) / EUR1499 (walk-in)



ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.

WALK-IN AND REGISTER ON-SITE AT DE BEURS VAN BERLAGE FROM THE 27TH ONWARDS

KEYNOTE 1: Security at the End of the Universe - Katie Moussouris

KEYNOTE 2: Building a Strategic Defense Against the Global Threat Landscape - Kristin Lovejoy

KEYNOTE 3: Behind the Crosswire - Pamela Fusco

KEYNOTE 4: Hack It Forward - Jennifer Steffens

CLOSING KEYNOTE 1: Cybersecurity: Creation or Evolution - Mischel Kwon

CLOSING KEYNOTE 2: A Clear and Present Danger, Security vs Net Neutrality: Tales from a Telco - Jaya Baloo

60-minute Presentations

The NSA Playset

Breaking Cloud Isolation

XSSing Your Way to Shell

REboot: Bootkits Revisited

Bitcoin Forensics: Fact or Fiction?

Exploiting Passbook to Fly for Free

Exploiting NoSQL Like Never Before

FRODO: Format Reverser of Data Objects

Compromise-as-a-Service: Our PleAZURE

G-Jacking AppEngine-based Applications

Exploring and Exploiting iOS Web Browsers

Reloading Java Exploits: Long Live Old JRE!

AIS Exposed: New Vulnerabilities and Attacks

Hacking Your Cable TV Network: Die Hard Style

Setup for Failure: More Ways to Defeat SecureBoot

Shellcodes for ARM: Your Pills Don’t Work on Me, x86

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: GRX and a Spy Agency

Exploit Development for New Platforms Based on 64-bits

Scalable Network Recon: Why Port Scans are for Pussies

State of the ART: Exploring the New Android KitKat Runtime

Legacy Sandboxing: Escaping IE11 Enhanced Protected Mode

JS Suicide: Using Javascript Security Features to Kill JS Security

In the Middle of Printers: The (In)Security of Pull Printing Solutions

LOL (Layers On Layers) – Bypassing Endpoint Security for Fun and Profit

Harder, Better, Faster Fuzzer: Advances in BlackBox Evolutionary Fuzzing

Vulnerabilities Exposed at the Protocol Level in TN3270-based Applications

Alice’s Adventures in Smart Building Land – Novel Adventures in a Cyber Physical Environment

120-minute HITB Labs

HITB Labs are hands-on sessions for 75 - 100 attendees and spaces are available on a first-come first-serve basis. If you're interested in attending a session, be sure to be at Track 3 at least 10 minutes before the stated start time.

Sniffing the Airwaves with RTL-SDR

Tintorera: Attack Surface Intelligence of Source Code

A 3-day technology, security and IT exhibition endorsed by iAmsterdam and the Amsterdam Economic Board (AMEC) for hackers, makers, builders and breakers! Held at De Beurs van Berlage's Grotezal, the exhibition opens at 0900 daily and features various interactive exhibits and hands-on areas including a lock picking village, capture the flag competition, developer hackathon and more! The best part? Access to HITB Haxpo is 100% FREE

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HITBSecConf2014 - Amsterdam
HITBSecConf2014 - Amsterdam

PRICE: EUR799 (early bird) / EUR999 (ends 31st March) / EUR1199 (ends 1st May) / EUR1337 (late) / EUR1499 (walk-in) May 29th & 30th 2014 The fifth annual HITB Security Conference taking place at it's new home in Amsterdam at De Beurs van Berlage. Featuring an ALL WOMEN keynote line up, HITB2014AMS will truly be an extra special event.









HITB2014AMS Agenda - Day 1 HITB2014AMS Agenda - Day 2 HITB2014AMS Agenda - PDF

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KEYNOTE 1



KEYNOTE 2



KEYNOTE 3



KEYNOTE 4


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Katie Moussouris (Lead, Microsoft Security Response Center) Kristin Lovejoy (GM, IBM Security Services Division) Pamela Fusco (CISO, Apollo Group) Jennifer Steffens (Chief Executive Officer, IO Active)

















DAY 1 CLOSING KEYNOTE



DAY 2 CLOSING KEYNOTE


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Mischel Kwon (President & CEO, MKA) Jaya Baloo (Chief Security Officer, KPN Telecom)










































































































































CONFERENCE SPEAKERS


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  • Enno Rey (Senior Security Researcher, ERNW)
















  • Ivan Petrov (Masters Student, Moscow State University)






  • James Forshaw (Head of Vulnerability Research, Context Information Security)


















































  • Xeno Kovah (Lead Infosec Engineer, The MITRE Corporation)






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HITB2014AMS - Capture The Flag
HITB2014AMS - Capture The Flag

May 28, 2014 - May 30, 2014

Teaser update:
Registration & scoreboard url:
http://ctf.haxpo.nl/
Official IRC: #hitbctf  on freenode
Launch-time: 18:00 UTC, 03/03/2014


TL;DR;


HITB CTF Teaser: 3rd of March - 28th of May online; one prize for first to finish.

HITB CTF: 29th and 30th of May, on location at De Beurs van Berlage. Teams of max. 3 people, register by sending email to perzik {at} hackinthebox.nl

Hack in the box Amsterdam 2014 CTF - State of Security


Do you understand the difference between SIGINT and SIGHUP? Are you able to untangle complex logic problems? Do you value your FREEDOM and SAFETY? Then we want YOU to join us at the Global Security Initiative.

The Free World is changing, and so are its enemies.  Gone are the days of easily identified dictators. Gone are the days of early warning missile detection systems. We are entering a new era of applied intelligence and reconnaissance methodology. War has changed. Battleships have been replaced by bitcoin powered botnets. Soldiers exchanged by script wielding cyber spies. Basic wiretaps have evolved into complex cryptograpic and sidechannel attacks that need to be executed with surgical precision.

The Global Security Initiative is the first and last line of defense against the threats of digital warfare. Ever vigilant in defending our critical infrastructures, safe guarding the digital economy and protecting your online privacy. In the fight of Us versus Them, the GSI does not discriminate between gender, hat color or multiplicity.  The GSI acknowledges only the Unit, which may comprise of any combination of up to three physical bodies.

So, does your Unit have what it takes to join the fight against terrorism and oppression?  Then join our GSI recruitment program and prove your worth!

The GSI recruitment program will be held on the 29th and 30th of May, 2014 at the center of the Free World: HITB Haxpo Amsterdam. You can register for the recruitment program by sending a mail with your Unit composition to perzik {at} hackinthebox.nl Beware: first come = first served.

For those prospective GSI Units that wish to hone their skills before the official recruitment program, we shall release a small training exercise on the 3rd of March. This exercise will remain publicly available until the start of the recruitment program, but the first prospective Unit to complete it will receive a small prize.

What to Bring?


- Laptops
- A network switch
- Network cables
- Extra power sockets.

Each team is limited to a maximum of 3 people and at the end there can only be the top 3 winners.

 

Prizes and Recognition of your Mad Skillz


1st Place – EUR1337.00


2nd Place – EUR1024.00


3rd Place – EUR512.00


Sponsored By


CTF Prizes Sponsored by



Teams Signed Up



  1. (UK) 0xbadf00d

  2. (NL) Beginbazen

  3. (NL) Hack.ERS

  4. (NL) .elite

  5. (NL) hDs

  6. (NL) Heap Heap Hooray

  7. (NL) WomenInCyber #1

  8. (NL) WomenInCyber #2

  9. (DE) '; drop table teams; --

  10. (DE) StratumAuhuur

  11. (NL) VUBAR

  12. (NL) Beurs©rash

  13. (GR) Pingu

  14. (NL) Team Red Ace

  15. (NL) :Duurtlang

  16. (US) Three Men in Black Hats

  17. (DE) 0ldEur0pe

  18. (NL) AWESOM-O


 

0 slots remain open. Sorry guys, we're 100% booked. (for now) :-)

HITB2014AMS - HackWEEKDAY
HITB2014AMS - HackWEEKDAY

Sponsored by


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May 28th, 29th & 30th 2014

HackWEEKDAY is back once again with a 3-day long developer hackathon (eight-hour session per day) held alongside HITB Haxpo


HackWEEKDAY at HITB Haxpo


HackWEEKDAY is back at HITBSecConf2014 - Amsterdam with even more challenges, greater cash prizes and an all new 3-day challenge featuring LEGO Mindstorms! Running alongside the first ever HITB Haxpo (May 28th, 29th & 30th), the quest - as it has always been - is to find the most 1337 software developer in Europe!


During the past 3 years of HackWEEKDAY, we’ve seen several great projects with a majority of them managing to turn their initial ideas into full blown working demos within the 24 hour period. Some of these are:


Social Mapper - a social networking app with augmented reality (HACKWEEKDAY HITB2013KUL Winner!)


DiCOM-WAVE – An open source DICOM image viewer with Microsoft Kinect as its control interface (HACKWEEKDAY HITB2012KUL Winner!)


YAP - yet another plugin, a firefox browser plugin to check SHA1/MD5 hashes of files (HACKWEEKDAY HITB2012AMS Winner!)


inSecureHITB - a Windows 8 application to analyze users’ exposure level to stalkers. Additionally analyze social behavior of observed person.


DNSSocial – DNSSEC Management Made Easy


TALEB – A unique social communication & collaboration platform made for students


Touch’N'Go Android Reader – An app which utilizes NFC-enabled phones to read MiFare cards


 

HACKATHON CATEGORIES


0x1-day App Hacks (8 hours per day)


Day 1 of Haxpo (28th May) - Mozilla Firefox OS App Challenge




  • Replaceable Homescreen: prototype new homescreen ideas and implement using the new replaceable homescreen feature.

  • WebRTC: prototype an app which uses WebRTC, to access camera, microphone and/or p2p networking.


Day 2 of Haxpo (29th May) - Facebook Parse /  Social API Challenge




  • A creative, unique and innovative app that is tightly integrated with Parse + Facebook APIs

  • Integration can be either of Parse Core: social with Facebook Login or Data

  • Extra points will be awarded for Parse Core (Cloud Code, Hosting), Parse Push or Mobile Share Dialogs (where available for the target platform SDK used)


Day 3 of Haxpo (30th May) - Facebook / Mozilla Combined App Challenge




  • Build an app based on the one you worked on previously on day 1-2 combining it with the other technologies from Firefox OS, Facebook APIs, mobile. Or you can also propose your own idea of an app that is a combination of the aforementioned technologies. Ideas could range from security testing, awareness, privacy or SOS app.

  • An example of a socially driven SOS app would be; make use of various social networking APIs to ‘call for help’ amongst all your friends or perhaps sync to a public “call for help” emergency website where  emergency services, police or the general public can be notified and come to the distress person’s aid. The ideas are many but the main purpose is singular - to build an app for the general public and ‘the greater good’! :)


Note: The 0x1-day App Hacks category is open to individual developers. You can choose to participate in ONE of the 3 days or participate in all. We have a total capacity of 75 developers.


Rule: Since there are only exactly 8 hours to each day (inclusive of registration/presentation), you can either work on the app from previous day or add core features to an existing app that you own (alpha/beta versions) on the 3rd day, which still needs to have a considerate amount of coding for it to be considered a prize worthy of.


 

[NOTE] Please read the Rules & Regulations, and Terms & Conditions before signing up:


http://bit.ly/HW2014AMSRnR + http://bit.ly/HW2014AMSTnC


 SIGN-UP NOW: http://bit.ly/HW2014AMSReg


 Need a place to stay? Official Event Hotels: https://bvbroomkit.nl/hack-in-the-box


 

AGENDA for HackWEEKDAY Hackathon Day 1 // 28TH MAY 2014









































TIME AGENDA
08:00 REGISTRATION COUNTER OPENS
08:30
 Start of Mozilla Firefox OS App Challenge
10:30 - 11:15 Coffee Break
11:50 - 12:00 Progress Update 0x01
13:15 - 14:15 LUNCH BREAK
16:00 - 16:10 Progress Update 0x02
16:20-16:50 Presentation of Hackathon Apps
17:00 End of HackWEEKDAY Hackathon Day 1

 

AGENDA for HackWEEKDAY Hackathon Day 2 // 29TH MAY 2014









































TIME AGENDA
08:00 REGISTRATION COUNTER OPENS
08:30
Start of Facebook Parse/Social API App Challenge
10:30 - 11:15 Coffee Break
11:50 - 12:00 Progress Update 0x01
13:15 - 14:15 LUNCH BREAK
16:00 - 16:10 Progress Update 0x02
16:20-16:50 Presentation of Hackathon Apps
17:00 End of HackWEEKDAY Hackathon Day 2

 

AGENDA for HackWEEKDAY Hackathon Day 3 // 30TH MAY 2014













































TIME AGENDA
08:00 REGISTRATION COUNTER OPENS
08:30
Start of Facebook+Mozilla Combined App Challenge
10:30 - 11:15 Coffee Break
11:50 - 12:00 Progress Update 0x01
13:15 - 14:15 LUNCH BREAK
16:00 - 16:10 Progress Update 0x02
16:20-16:50 Presentation of Hackathon Apps
17:00 End of HackWEEKDAY Hackathon Day 3
18:45 #HITB2014AMS / HITB Haxpo Closing Ceremony

 

PRIZES


0x1-Day App Hacks


Day 1 (28th May) - Firefox OS Mobile Apps




  • EUR500 for 1st prize (and a few Firefox OS Flame devices to give away!!)


Day 2 (29th May) - Facebook Social/Parse API based Apps -




  • EUR500 for 1st

  • iPad mini for 2nd


Day 3 (30th May)  - Combined App Hack




  • EUR1337 for the ‘most 1337 coder’ (sponsored by Mozilla)

  • Best Firefox OS App - 1 Firefox OS Flame device (TBC)

  • Best Facebook Parse/Social API based App - 1 iPad mini


 
Accepted participants to HACKWEEKDAY will also receive

**   1 x complimentary pass to HITBSecConf2014 on the 29th & 30th of May (valued at EUR1337)


**   Access to the HackWEEKDAY ‘arena’ (Food and drinks provided).


**   Access to the #HITB #Haxpo and #HITB2014AMS high-speed network


 

WHY HACK ON HackWEEKDAY?





    1. Develop an interest in building, making, hacking hardware and software to solve specific problems.




    2. Propose, develop, improve or update the functionality of existing FirefoxOS / Android / Windows Phone 8 applications.




    3. Develop new socially-driven applications using Facebook’s APIs and/or Parse’s back-end as a service.




    4. Develop a socially driven SOS alert application for public good.




    5. Propose a new and cool idea that the participant could come up with based on any of the technologies mentioned above or any other HTML5-based applications.





 

PARTICIPANT CATEGORIES


STUDENTS - Students from Higher Education Institutions. Entries for “0x3-day Hacks (Lego)” must be in a group of 3 students who are able to be at De Beurs van Berlage across all 3 days (8 hours per day).


PROFESSIONAL / HACKERS - Developers, enthusiasts, hackers from the industry. Entries for “0x1-day Hacks” are on individual basis for each sub-category. If you wish to join the 0x3-day Hack, you must be affiliated / member of an EU / NL hackerspace with a team of 3 in order to participate.



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Registration for HackWEEKDAY is COMPLETELY FREE . We have space for a total of 75 developers and 10 teams of 3 for Lego MindStorm challenge.


The full event agenda will be published in the first week of May.


 

Got questions? Email us! hackweekday@hackinthebox.org


Social Networks: Google+, Facebook & Twitter



 

Sponsored by


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Sogeti Social Engineering Challenge at HITB Haxpo
Sogeti Social Engineering Challenge at HITB Haxpo

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PRICE: Free


May 28th, 29th & 30th 2014


Sponsored by Sogeti, a 3-day long competition for Social Engineering* held at the HITB Haxpo.


Sogeti Social Engineering Challenge at HITB Haxpo


People. Hacked.


For the third year in a row Sogeti organizes the Social Engineering Challenge. In 2012 and 2013 we asked our contestant to show us weaknesses in the top 100 Dutch organizations by social engineering. This year, the challenge has a twist! Participants will need to use their creativity and a hacker-mindset to solve many different Social Engineering Challenges in and around the Haxpo. The contestant most capable of “thinking on their feet” and applying their social engineering techniques is bound to win. This year’s theme is “girls vs. boys”. Along with the Hack in the Box organization we are curious, which sex is the best at social engineering?

So if you want to:

- Try out the single most effective hacking technique yourself

- Prove to yourself and the world you’re a good social engineer

- Interact with interesting people at and around the Haxpo

- Have some fun

- Win free stuff

Then join our Sogeti Social Engineering challenge! Register at ssec2014.eventbrite.com, or sign up at our booth.


Don’t worry if you’re not acquainted with Social Engineering. We’ll help you on your way. Our professionals will be available to test your pretext and exchange thoughts on how to learn or refine your social engineering techniques. Reciprocally we like to learn from you how you solve the challenges. After the challenge, will put our combined findings in a report which will be shared publicly.


Anyone can register and registration for the Sogeti Social Engineering Challenge is COMPLETELY FREE


The challenge runs each Haxpo-day from 10:00 – 16:00.


PRIZES


Each day of the challenge we have two prize winners, the best girl and boy social engineers of the day. They will receive an all-included Boom Chicago improv workshop. The workshop will be given at a to be disclosed location together with like minded social engineers!


We also have a grand prize for the contestant that scores the most points over all three Haxpo days. This girl or boy takes home a Printrbot Simple Black 3D printer! Check it out!


We have a MAXIMUM of 50 contestants per day so make sure to fill out your pre-haxpo registration at http://ssec2014.eventbrite.com.


 

Questions? security@sogeti.nl

* Social Engineering is the ability to consciously influence people into performing actions or divulging confidential information.

HITB Haxpo
HITB Haxpo

May 28th, 29th, 30th 2014 // Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam


With support and backing from iAmsterdam, HITB Haxpo is going to be unlike anything that’s been done before. Think IT security exhibition meets Makerfaire with a generous touch of HITBSecConf flavor thrown in for good measure.


What exactly does that mean? Imagine an area dedicated to hackerspaces; makers with 3D printers, laser cutters and other fabrication goodies coupled with TOOOL‘s Lock Picking Village, HITB and Mozilla’s HackWEEKDAY developer hackathon, a hackerspaces challenge featuring LEGO Mindstorms EV3, our Capture the Flag ‘live hacking’ competition and topped off by a 3 day IT exhibition featuring Microsoft and Google as the main anchors. The best part?

Entrance to the 3-day Haxpo is COMPLETELY FREE!


Need a place to stay? Official Event Hotels: https://bvbroomkit.nl/hack-in-the-box



AGENDA - HAXPO DAY 1 // 28TH MAY 2014 




























































TIME AGENDA
08:00   REGISTRATION COUNTER OPENS
09:00
  HAXPO EXHIBITION @ DE BEURS VAN BERLAGE GROTE ZAAL OPENS
11:00 - 11:30 Security Nightmares for Journalists - Julie Gommes (French Coder / Journalist)
11:30 - 12:00 Improving Training Programs in Cyber Security - Lisha Sterling (Developer Coordinator, Geek Without Bounds) & Paul Mason (Security Consultant, NCC Group)
12:00 - 14:00 LUNCH BREAK (Note: Lunch is not provided)
14:00 - 14:30

From Idea To Reality: Make A Living Doing What You Love - Mitch Altman (Hacker & Inventor)


14:30 - 15:00 10 Tips on Developing and Deploying Large Scale Systems - Fernanda Weiden (Production Engineering Manager, Facebook)
15:00 - 15:30 PubLeaks.nl - Mieke van Heesewijk (Director, Network Democracy Foundation)
15:30 - 16:00 WiHawk: A Wireless Router Vulnerability Scanner - Anamika Singh (Product Security Analyst, IronWASP)
16:00 - 16:30 Project-S - Special, Soon, Secret and Supercool  - Jeroen van Prooijen (Random Data) & Barry 'fish_' van Kampen (Founder, Random Data / HITB.nl Team Lead)
16:30 - 17:00 Hacker History: Tracing the Discourse of ‘Hacking’ from Breaking to Making - Simon Lindgren (Professor of Sociology, University of Sweden)
17:00  END
HAXPO EXHIBITION CONTINUES TILL 1900++

 

AGENDA - HAXPO DAY 2 // 29TH MAY 2014






























































TIME AGENDA
08:00   REGISTRATION COUNTER OPENS
09:00   HAXPO EXHIBITION @ DE BEURS VAN BERLAGE GROTE ZAAL OPENS
11:00 - 11:15 Welcome Address by Ger Baron of Amsterdam Economic Board

11:15 - 12:00



HIGHLIGHT SPEAKER


Winning the Security Awareness Game


Jenn Lesser (Director of Security Operations, Facebook)


12:00 - 14:00 LUNCH BREAK (Note: Lunch is not provided)

14:00 - 15:00



HIGHLIGHT SPEAKER


Pushing Back on Pervasive Surveillance


Philip Zimmermann (Creator of PGP / President & Co-Founder, Silent Circle)


15:00 - 15:30 When My Fridge Starts Sending Phishing Emails - Cristiano Cafferata (Dell Security Team Leader)
15:30 - 16:00 The Hidden Complexities of Offering Cloud Storage - Peleus Uhley (Platform Security Strategist, Adobe SSET) & Karthik Raman (Security Researcher, Adobe SSET)
16:00 - 16:30 We <3 SSL - Emilia Kasper (Security Engineer, Google) & Halvar Flake (Reverse Engineer, Google)
16:30 - 17:00 Getting Started with Firefox OS Security - Paul Theriault (Security Lead, Mozilla Firefox OS) & Mark Goodwin (Application Security Engineer, Mozilla)
17:00 END
HAXPO EXHIBITION CONTINUES TILL 1800 FOLLOWED BY HAXPO SOCIAL TILL 2100
GIRL GEEKS DINNER AMSTERDAM (INVITE ONLY) STARTS AT 1900
GOOGLE PARTY STARTS AT 2100 (GET YOUR TICKETS FROM THE GOOGLE BOOTH IN THE GROTE ZAAL NL-019/029)

 

AGENDA - HAXPO DAY 3 // 30TH MAY 2014































































TIME AGENDA
08:00   REGISTRATION COUNTER OPENS
09:00   HAXPO EXHIBITION @ DE BEURS VAN BERLAGE GROTE ZAAL OPENS
11:00 - 11:30 A Different View: Legal Issues for Hackers - Ellen Wesselingh (Lecturer @ The Hague University of Applied Sciences)
11:30 - 12:00 Throwing Money - Don Bailey (Founder, DogeFling)
12:00 - 14:00 LUNCH BREAK (Note: Lunch is not provided)
14:00 - 14:30 Write Protecting USB Drives with USBProxy - Dominic Spill (Software Developer, Great Scott Gadgets)
14:30 - 15:00 What Hacking is Lacking: Women in Cyber Security - Anouk Vos (Co-Founder, Women in Cyber Security) & Iowa Carels (Co-Founder, Women in Cyber Security)
15:00 - 15:30 Otaku Hack: A Tool to Gather Attack Vectors in Web Applications - Yoshinori Matsumoto (Information Security Analyst, Kobe Digital Lab Inc)
15:30 - 16:00 Targeted Attacks on Smartphones - Zuk Avraham (Founder, Zimperium)
16:00 - 16:30 Analog Sound Hacking - djrevmoon (Audio Hacker)
16:30 - 17:00

Results of Sogeti Social Engineering Challenge 2014


Sogeti Netherlands


17:00 END
HAXPO EXHIBITION CONTINUES TILL 1800 FOLLOWED BY HAXPO SOCIAL TILL 2000
HITBSECCONF POST CONFERENCE RECEPTION STARTS AT 2030 (INVITE ONLY)


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Meet Mitch Altman and Learn How to Solder at HITB Haxpo!
Meet Mitch Altman and Learn How to Solder at HITB Haxpo!

Today we received the great news that Mitch Altman is not only coming over to HITB Haxpo but will be on-site to run a lab and more!

Mitch is a hacker and inventor, most well known for inventing TV-B-Gone, he's been a speaker at numerous hacker conferences, is an international expert on the hackerspace movement and teaches introductory electronics workshops.

In May, he'll be in Europe on a tour of over 20 events/hackerspaces to give soldering lessons in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands. He has already taught over 50.000 people how to solder - from 3 year olds to grandmothers! At our first ever HITB Haxpo you will get the chance to learn how to solder one of Mitch's electronic kits. This include the TV-B-Gone, Trippy RGB Waves, The Brain Machine but also all types of Arduinos and accessories - we even have a special HITB gadget for you to work on (more details on this soon)!

Last but not least, Mitch will also give a talk in the Haxpo track about how you can make a living out of something you love to do: it certainly changed the way he lives his life today.

You still haven't registered? What are you waiting for?! It's completely F-R-E-E to attend the 3-day Haxpo and really you should have no excuse to not be there! Heck, it's even a public holiday on the 29th of May! See you at De Beurs!

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The Awesome Presentations Waiting for You at #HITB2014AMS
The Awesome Presentations Waiting for You at #HITB2014AMS

Have you seen the finalized list of conference speakers for HITB2014AMS in May? We've got a content-packed line-up with loads of demo awesomeness planned and something for everyone! Please don't forget that late-registration rates for the conference start on the 15th of March. Stay tuned for the keynote title and abstract announcements coming in the next couple of days...

60-minute Goodies


The NSA Playset

Breaking Cloud Isolation

XSSing Your Way to Shell

REboot: Bootkits Revisited

Bitcoin Forensics: Fact or Fiction?

Exploiting Passbook to Fly for Free

Exploiting NoSQL Like Never Before

FRODO: Format Reverser of Data Objects

Compromise-as-a-Service: Our PleAZURE

G-Jacking AppEngine-based Applications

Exploring and Exploiting iOS Web Browsers

Reloading Java Exploits: Long Live Old JRE!

AIS Exposed: New Vulnerabilities and Attacks

Hacking Your Cable TV Network: Die Hard Style

Setup for Failure: More Ways to Defeat SecureBoot

Shellcodes for ARM: Your Pills Don’t Work on Me, x86

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: GRX and a Spy Agency

Exploit Development for New Platforms Based on 64-bits

Scalable Network Recon: Why Port Scans are for Pussies

State of the ART: Exploring the New Android KitKat Runtime

Legacy Sandboxing: Escaping IE11 Enhanced Protected Mode

JS Suicide: Using Javascript Security Features to Kill JS Security

In the Middle of Printers: The (In)Security of Pull Printing Solutions

LOL (Layers On Layers) – Bypassing Endpoint Security for Fun and Profit

Vulnerabilities Exposed at the Protocol Level in TN3270-based Applications

Alice’s Adventures in Smart Building Land – Novel Adventures in a Cyber Physical Environment

120-minute Lab Sessions


The HITB Labs are hands-on sessions for 75 - 100 attendees and spaces are available on a first-come first-serve basis. If you're interested in attending a session, be sure to be at Track 3 at least 10 minutes before the stated start time.

Sniffing the Airwaves with RTL-SDR

Tintorera: Attack Surface Intelligence of Source Code

Haxpo CFP


Did you miss the conference Call for Papers? Fear not, you can still deliver your next gen research, idea or project that you're currently working on in our all new HITB Haxpo Track taking place alongside the conference on the 28th, 29th and 30th of May. Submissions for Haxpo talks are due before the 31st of March but slots are already starting to fill up!

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27 DAYS till #HITB2014KUL - Our LAST AND FINAL #HITB event in #Malaysia. Have you registered? http://t.co/KuPSO1od0T #ItsNowOrNever (Pls RT)
RT @garage4hackers: #RWS webcast @0x6D6172696F In the DOM no one will hear you scream @0x6D6172696F @netsparker @HITBSecConf @wax_space ht…
RT @WEareTROOPERS: threatpost: "SNMP-based DDoS Spoofs Google Public DNS Server" http://t.co/GTZiCpddmd < 1st @ HITB 2007 http://t.co/knzu4…
ONLY 5 SEATS REMAINING for @pod2g and @pimskeks’s #HITB2014KUL training on #iOS #Exploitation Techniques! http://t.co/2QjrCKmbFv cc @evad3rs
RT @XenoKovah: Followed by our "Extreme Privilege Escalation..." BIOS Exploits/Watch talk also at #HITB2014KUL http://t.co/cXWQG8gr8L
RT @quarkslab: Final week to participate to the #HITB2014KUL challenge: http://t.co/E9czGERTTj