Wednesday, 28 December 2011


There are several talks at 28C3 regarding pentesting, research and countermeasures when exploring vulnerabilities. Most of the talks are in the next few days:

802.11 Packets in Packets (ID 4766)
SCADA and PLC Vulnerabilities in Correctional Facilities (ID 4661)
Defending mobile phones (ID 4736)
Black Ops of TCP/IP 2011 (ID 4930)
Dont' scan, just ask (ID 4770)
Effective Denial of Service attacks against web application platforms (ID 4680)
Reverse Engineering USB Devices (ID 4847)
The Science of Insecurity (ID 4763)
Time is on my Side (ID 4640)
Ein Mittelsmannangriff auf ein digitales Signiergerät (ID 4758)
Rootkits in your web application (ID 4811)
Reverse-engineering a Qualcomm baseband (ID 4735)
Post Memory Corruption Memory Analysis (ID 4660)
Taking control over the Tor network (ID 4581)
Security Log Visualization with a Correlation Engine (ID 4767)
Ooops I hacked my PBX (ID 4656)
Cellular protocol stacks for the Internet (ID 4663)
Implementation of MITM Attack on HDCP-Secured Links (ID 4686)
Print me if you dare (ID 4780)
The future of cryptology: which 3 letters algorithm(s) coud be our Titanic? (ID 4710)
New Ways I'm Going to Hack Your Web App (ID 4761)
Introducing Osmo-GMR (ID 4688)
Sovereign Keys (ID 4798)
Your Disaster/Crisis/Revolution just got Pwned (ID 4707)
Antiforensik (ID 4828)
The engineering part of social engineering (ID 4856)
Security Nightmares (ID 4898)

This list is just a subjective selection what I think is interesting. You can find more talks when looking in the track "hacking" or the in the schedule of the 28C3 (called "Fahrplan").

These talks and many others can either be seen live as a stream or downloaded later via http or rsync. Via the ID of the talk and the tag "28C3" you should also be able to find all the talks via torrent.

Here are some other interesting links regarding 28C3:

c3netmon (Network statistics at 28C3)
No Nerd left behind
FTP Server
Chaos Bay

P.S.: Hacker Jeopardy (ID 4775) was also very funny in the last years. So this talks should be worth to download it :-)

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