CANCELLED – September 2018 – Software Exploitation (Part 2)

Biohazard symbol overlayed on some assembly code

Update: Unfortunately we are cancelling the September meeting due to weather. We will reschedule this presentation for our next regular meeting on 11 October.

September is National Preparedness Month – so prepare yourself by joining us at the next RISE meeting to better understand the threats facing your IT systems. We will continue to explore tools and techniques that attackers use to exploit software for code execution and shell access.

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Meeting Notes — Software Exploitation (Part 1)

If you’re the type that likes to dig deeper into tech, into the depths of the operating system and compiled code, then the August RISE meeting was for you. Shane Kennedy presented part 1 of a multi-part series on software exploit development that laid foundational concepts of software exploits such as buffer overflows.

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