June 14 to June 16, 2005

Nicolas Brulez: Tools and Techniques used by Reverse Engineers, session one

Friday June 17th, 2005

8:00 Registration & Breakfast
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:00 Opening followed by a keynote by Ryan Russel
10:30
11:00 Jack Whitsitt - Visual analysis: 2D does it better in color
11:30
12:00 Lunch
12:30
13:00 Andrew Griffiths - Binary protection schemes
13:30
14:00 Cedric Blancher - Attacking Wifi with Traffic Injection
14:30
15:00 Pause
15:30 Matt Shelton - Passive Asset Detection System
16:00
16:30 Pedram Amini - Process stalking: runtime visual RCE
17:00
17:30 Spoonm - Recent shellcode developments
18:00
18:30
19:30 Tapas, Sushis and Party at StationC

Saturday June 18th, 2005

8:00 Breakfast
8:30
9:00
9:30 Todd MacDermid - CUTLASS
10:00
10:30 Jonathan Westhues - Practical attack on proximity cards
11:00
11:30 Ryan Russel & Nicolas Brulez : Malware analysis
12:00
12:30 Lunch
13:00
13:30 Haroon Meer - Web application hacking
14:00
14:30 Fravia - Wizard searching: reversing the commercial web for fun and knowledge
15:00
15:30 Pause
16:00 Kathy Wang - Honeyclients
16:30
17:00 Jonathan Levin - The dark side of winsock
17:30
18:00 Nish Bhalla - Auditing source code
18:30
19:00
21:00 Montreal nightlife discovery

Sunday June 19th, 2005

8:00 Breakfast
8:30
9:00
9:30 Adam Shostack - Anonymous blogging
10:00
10:30 Ryan McBride - Network randomness in OpenBSD
11:00
11:30 Thorsten Schneider - Hardening Registration Number Protection Schemes
12:00
12:30 Lunch
13:00
13:30 Robert E. Lee & Jack Louis - Syllogic application testing
14:00
14:30 Jose Nazario - Introduction to network programming with libevent, libdnet,libnids
15:00
15:30 Closing ceremony
16:00

June 20 to June 22, 2005

Nicolas Brulez: Tools and Techniques used by Reverse Engineers, session two