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Wednesday, February 10 • 09:00 - 10:00
Packet Sniffing and Reverse Engineering

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This session will be a big demo of packet sniffing and reverse engineering applied to a real commercial software. The aim of this session is to introduce concept of security audit from an IT point of view.

The demo will allow you to understand how to start an audit for a new software, from the network point of view to the decompiled source code.

Anyone can comfortable with IP network and software/script development can follow this session. You don’t need any experience in Objective-C, you just need to be used to read code.
Wireshark and Hopper will be used on a real commercial software to demonstrate how poorly developed software can open a security breach and lead an attacker to obtain a remote shell on your system.

Speakers
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Yoann Gini

CEO, Abelionni
Yoann is a French freelancer, working anywhere on the planet, on anything related to OS X and iOS in business or education. You might already have used one of his tools made for system administrators like the Admin Tool Radius, ARD Inspector or Hello IT. He works on a day to day basis with OS X Server and always try to develop advanced usage like Mac-based virtualization infrastructure. His skills include reverse engineering of Cocoa... Read More →


Wednesday February 10, 2016 09:00 - 10:00
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