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Thursday, February 26

Presentaciones de Black Hat DC 2009 disponibles

Ya se han publicado algunas presentaciones y videos del Black Hat DC 2009 realizado los pasados 17 y 18 de Febrero en Washington DC, los mismos los pueden encontrar en la página de BH.

Las presentaciones que se encuentran disponibles son las siguientes:

* Ryan C. Barnett
WAF Virtual Patching Challenge: Securing WebGoat with ModSecurity
* Cesar Cerrudo
SQL Server Anti-Forensics
* Matthew Flick
XSS Anonymous Browser
* Xinwen Fu
One Cell is Enough to Break Tor's Anonymity
* Travis Goodspeed
Reversing and Exploiting Wireless Sensors
* Vincenzo Iozzo
Let Your Mach-O Fly
Prajakta Jagdale
* Blinded by Flash: Widespread Security Risks Flash Developers Don't See
* Dan Kaminsky
DNS 2008 and the New (old) Nature of Critical Infrastructure
* William Kimball
Emulation-based Software Protection Providing Encrypted Code Execution and Page Granularity Code Signing
* Paul Kurtz
Keynote: The Move from Strategic Indecision to Leadership in Cyberspace
* Brian Krumheuer, Jason Raber
QuietRIATT: Rebuilding the Import Address Table Using Hooked DLL Calls
* Adam Laurie
Satellite Hacking for Fun and Profit
* Andrew Lindell
Making Privacy-Preserving Data Mining Practical with Smartcards
* David Litchfield
The Forensic Investigation of a Compromised Oracle Database Server
* Moxie Marlinspike
New Techniques for Defeating SSL/TLS
* Michael Muckin
Windows Vista Security Internals
* Duc Nguyen
Your Face Is NOT Your Password
* Peter Silberman
Snort My Memory
* Val Smith, Colin Ames
Dissecting Web Attacks
* Michael Sutton
A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: The Dangers of Persistent Web Browser Storage
* Rafal Wojtczuk & Joanna Rutkowska
Attacking Intel® Trusted Execution Technology
* Paul Wouters
Defending Your DNS in a Post-Kaminsky World
* Stefano Zanero
Alternate: Masibty: A Web Application Firewall Based on Anomaly Detection
* Earl Zmijewski
Defending Against BGP Man-In-The-Middle Attacks

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* Black Hat

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