[Owasp-phoenix] OWASP Phoenix February 7 Meeting -- Sweet Pickles
pete.roalofs at owasp.org
Mon Feb 6 06:32:04 UTC 2012
*OWASP Phoenix invites you to it's February meeting!*
Tuesday February 7th 2012 6:30 - 7:30 PM at University of Advancing
2625 W. BASELINE RD. TEMPE, AZ 85283 (in the 1st floor theater)
Sweet Pickles is inspired by a talk presented at Blackhat by Marco Salverio
about practical pickle exploitation. Sweet pickles aims to address some of
the concerns presented by Marco in his Sour Pickles talk. Using strong
cryptography methods Sweet Pickles attempts to address the problem of
confidentiality and authenticity of a python pickle while in transit. Sweet
pickles utilizes Advaced Encryption Standard(AES) and Elliptic Curve
Cryptography(ECC) to help secure Python's Serialized Objects(Pickles).
Sweet pickles was first presented at the International Cyber Defense
Workshop hosted by the Department of Defense by Chase. This presentation
will be an elaboration on the research Chase has done on python pickles and
his work to secure them.
Chase Schultz is currently a student at the University of Advancing
Technology. He is majoring in Network Security and hopes to finish his
degree in December of 2021(End of the world and all that aside…) Chase
enjoy's application security and hunting bugs in software. He's spent time
working for Stach & Liu as a web application penetration tester and also
leads the [Buffer]Overflow Club at UAT. He developed Sweet pickles as a
project in his free time to address the problems presented at Blackhat 2011
in the Sour Pickles talk. He is fluent in Python, C/C++, Assembly and
random shit. Beyond playing with Python, Chase enjoys reverse engineering,
and general software exploitation. Also enjoyed are Andre's random
cocktails and IPA's.
Drinks will be found afterword at Doc & Eddies.
Doc & Eddy's, 909 East Minton Drive, Tempe, AZ 85282-7021
BSides Phoenix is releasing more tickets on Monday.
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