Introduction to Binary Exploitation

Technical University of Munich
Thu, Jan 28, 6:00 PM (CET)

About this event

This event is part of our ongoing series about IT Security. In this session, Carl Svensson, a security professional working in the Google Offensive Security team, will give us an introduction to Binary Exploitation.

What is Binary Exploitation?

Binary exploitation is the process of undermining a compiled application such that it violates some trust boundary in a way that is advantageous to the attacker. [1]

 Join us to level up your hacking skills and score at your next Capture The Flag competition!


[1]: https://trailofbits.github.io/ctf/exploits/binary1.html


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Speaker

  • Carl Svensson

    Carl Svensson

    Google

    Carl Svensson is a security professional working for the Google Offensive Security team performing red team exercises to improve security at Google. He has a keen interest in reverse engineering, low-level exploitation, and cryptography. His spare time is spent playing CTFs or just relaxing with some long-distance running or playing video games.

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  • Organizers

  • Florian Müller

    Florian Müller

    DSC Co-Lead

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  • Berzan Yildiz

    Berzan Yildiz

    DSC Co-Lead

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  • Viviana Sutedjo

    Viviana Sutedjo

    DSC Co-Lead

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  • Andreas Zimmerer

    Andreas Zimmerer

    DSC Co-Lead

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  • Daniel Bilic

    Daniel Bilic

    Core Team Member

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  • Melanie Sammer

    Melanie Sammer

    Core Team Member

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