[Owasp-phoenix] OWASP October 5th Meeting - Debugger Basics: Software Cracking and Buffer Overflows

pete roalofs peteroalofs at gmail.com
Sat Oct 2 16:32:16 EDT 2010

OCTOBER MEETING INFO - TUES October 5th 2010 6:30 PM

OWASP Phoenix invites you to it's October meeting!

Tuesday October 5th 2010 6:30 - 7:30 PM at University of Advancing
Technology The meetings are always free, unfortunately the drinks aren't.

*This month's meeting:*

*Debugger Basics: Software Cracking and Buffer Overflows*

Finding and exploiting a basic buffer overflow, start to finish including
fuzzing to command shell. A small primer before "warez and keygens":
bypassing a serial number based registration for software, the most basic
form of software cracking.

***  There is a lot of content in this talk and it may run over the standard
one hour time slot.***


Scott White is a Senior Penetration Tester for SecureState LLC, a pure play
information security assessment company based in Cleveland, Ohio. He is the
web application security expert on the Profiling team. His day to day duties
include web application security assessments, internal, external, and
physical penetration tests, source code reviews, and developer training.
Scott holds a bachelors of science in computer science and a master of
science in network security. With over 5 years working with security and
over 10 years programming experience, he has a thorough web application
security understanding from both the developer and attacker viewpoints. He
has spoken at Defcon, the world’s largest hacker’s convention held in Las
Vegas each year, and has also been called on by organizations such as the
FBI and Secret Service as a subject matter expert.

Scott White
Senior Penetration Tester

Drinks will be found afterword at Doc & Eddies.

Doc & Eddy's, 909 East Minton Drive, Tempe, AZ 85282-7021
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