[Owasp-ottawa] Next Meeting - June 15th, 2010

Sherif Koussa sherif.koussa at gmail.com
Wed Jun 9 14:29:31 EDT 2010


Hello,

This is the second reminder for the meeting. This is the first meeting for
the Chapter where we discuss cryptographic attacks. Hope to see you all
there.

If you are attending, RSVP by sendin an email to owasp.ottawa at gmail.com
Regards,
Sherif

On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 11:23 AM, Sherif Koussa <sherif.koussa at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> Here are the details of the next meeting, would like to see you all there:
> Next Meeting: Tuesday, June 15th, 2010
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> *Meeting schedule:*
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> 6:00-6:30 Pizza, wings and pop
> 6:30-7:30 Main presentation
> 7:30-8:00 Open discussion and questions
>
> *Speaker: David Mirza Ahmad*
>
> David will be describing the CBC padding oracle attack, originally
> discovered by Serge Vaudenay and presented at Eurocrypt 2002. Recent
> applications of this attack affecting web applications discovered by Juliano
> Rizzo and Thai Duong, presented at Black Hat Europe in 2010, will be clearly
> described. There will also be a live demonstration of POET (padding oracle
> exploitation tool).
>
> *About The Speaker* David started his career over ten years of
> professional experience as a founding member of SecurityFocus.com, which was
> acquired by Symantec in 2002. David also moderated the Bugtraq mailing list,
> a historically important forum for discussion of security vulnerabilities,
> for over four years. He has spoken at Black Hat, Can Sec West, AusCERT and
> numerous other security conferences, as well as made contributions to books,
> magazines and other publications. David also participated in a NIAC working
> group on behalf of Symantec to develop the first version of the CVSS (Common
> Vulnerability Scoring System) model. His current obsession is building a
> network security startup in Montréal and acting as editor for the Attack
> Trends section of the IEEE Security & Privacy journal..
>
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