Month: September 2017
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Come join us in the long standing tradition of breaking and reversing poorly designed consumer devices! The Internet of Things village at ShellCon is pleased to present a variety of wireless and IoT toys to play with and attack. We will have a model house set up with devices you might find around the modern smart home. Lights, egg counters, cameras and more! We will also be providing a wide variety of wireless injection and sniffing tools for you to experiment with. Find the next big IoT 0-day!
Vyrus may or may not have begun his offensive security training in early childhood through a series of allegedly criminal acts for a hacker collective still active on the internet today. Over the last approximately 2 decades these experiences have expressed themselves through participation within a variety of both independent, as well as corporate; technically legal information security professions. While the specific nature of many of these professions has yet to be disclosed, the professional skills Vyrus has been known to utilize throughout employment include but are not limited to: reverse engineering, penetration testing, “red teaming”, security controls analysis, proof of concept malware development, incident response, implant development, exploit development, long term electronic surveillance, traffic analysis, complex systems risk analysis, many forms of wireless security, hardware security assessment, and general IT solution development & support.
Amanda absolutely loves malware. She works as a Senior Malware Researcher at Endgame who focuses on dynamic behavior detection both on Windows and OSX platforms. She worked as a malware researcher at FireEye before joining Endgame. She previously worked a reverse engineer and computer forensic examiner working for DoD forensic investigations and commercial incident response engagements. She received her MS in Information Systems Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. Research interests include malware evasion techniques, dynamic behavior classification, and developing runtime detections.
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DC562 and ShellCon are proud to present the inagural ShellCon CTF. Taking place concurrent with ShellCon on October 19th, 2017, the ShellCon CTF will be a Jeopardy-style event with InfoSec-related challenges from a variety of disciplines, from web hacking to reversing to cryptography. There may potentially even be physical challenges, situations permitting.
With your WITS. That and a vanilla install of Kali Linux.
AN INSTALL WITH FUNCTIONING WIFI
We will also provide clones of certain pertinent online documentation, so we don’t intend on depriving you of absolutely every resource. However the lack of connectivity will definitely present its own unique complexities.
It is our intent that every challenge be solvable with the tools most commonly in your toolbelt, and a little bit of know-how. Accordingly there will be no challenges requiring special tools (though some may require you to write custom tools)…
We do recommend bringing a set of lockpicks if you have them. We don’t guarantee that they’ll be useful, but they might be.
Train up, we’ll see you on the 19th.
~ Rtzq0, Kyeho, and the DC562 Crew.