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- 1 Paul's Security Weekly - Episode 447 - 6:00PM
- 2 Interview: Chis Domas - 6:05PM-7:00PM
- 3 Stories of the Week - 7:00PM-8:00PM
Paul's Security Weekly - Episode 447 - 6:00PM
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Intro, Sponsors & Announcements
Paul: This week, We interview Chis Domas.
Larry: Broadcasting live from G Unit Studios in Rhode Island, the show where exploits run wild, packets aren’t the only things getting sniffed, systems aren't the only things getting penetrated, functions are the only things getting wrapped, bits aren't the only things getting banged and the cocktails flow steady its Paul’s Security Weekly!
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Larry: Here's your host, here's a man who has no idea what he's going to say, eh?, Paul Asadoorian!
Paul: Hello everyone and welcome to Paul's Security Weekly - Episode 447 for Thursday, January 14th 2016
Interview: Chis Domas - 6:05PM-7:00PM
Chris Domas is an embedded systems engineer and cyber security researcher, focused on innovative approaches to low level hardware and software RE and exploitation.
- World's first single instruction C compiler
- Based on a proof that the "mov" instruction is Turing-complete
- Takes C code and compiles it into only "mov" instructions (unconditional data transfers on x86)
- Proved the Turing-completeness of the x86 instructions: xor, adc, add, xadd, sub, sbb, and others & allows compiling to wide variety of single and dual instruction targets
- Illustrated applications in hidden computation, code obfuscation, anti-reverse engineering
The Memory Sinkhole:
- Discovered 20 year old hardware privilege escalation vulnerability in x86 architecture
- Allowed circumventing x86 security mechanisms to enter ring -2 (SMM)
- Demonstrated exploitation of vulnerability to install SMM rootkit
- (non-serious project) Psychological warfare in reverse engineering
- Illustrated that carefully crafting a program's control flow can be used to generate images and send messages to a reverse engineer
- Explored software visualization as a method of reverse engineering
- I've unfortunately not been able to release this project, which is a sore point for many people. I can talk about ..cantor.dust.., but I can't comment on any expected release, etc., and would like to avoid the issue.
Stories of the Week - 7:00PM-8:00PM
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- DSA-3444 wordpress - security update
- Fortinet SSH Backdoor Found In Firewalls
- Was Sean Penn really responsible for El Chapo’s arrest? | Fusion
- Denial-of-Service Flaw Patched in DHCP
- Curious Tale of a Microsoft Silverlight Zero Day
- "Adobe Patches Code Execution Flaws in Reader
- The Infamous 'Hacker Manifesto' Just Turned 30
- $30 Webcam Spun Into Persistent Network Backdoor
- Microsoft finally has a proper way to opt out of Windows 7/8 to Windows 10 upgrades
- Why thinking like a criminal is good for security
- IoT Security: $1-per-Thing To Protect Connected Devices
- "Cisco fixes unauthorized access flaws in access points
- Powerball lessons for infosec
- Mythical vuln-disclosure program
I need links but...
- The witch who removes Viruses with a Magic - about as effective as "real" AV
- TrendMicro API goodies from Tavis Ormandy - Wow, node.js fail and others.
- Hard Coded Backdoor in Fortinet Devices
- Hardware/Software Hack on WiFi Doorbell
- Ransomware Impacts Cloud Service
- Trend Micro Critical Defects