Gear up for binary fuzzing and reverse engineering

Synopsis Fuzzing as a methodology has been an area of interest for generations of security researchers, and has proved to be a very effective way to find vulnerabilities. It is today broadly used in various initiatives like OSS-Fuzz or syzbot to help open-source...

Android Applications

NEXT SESSION ON THE 9TH OF MARCH 2020 OBJECTIVES Be able to analyze Android applications and understand the interaction with the system. SYNOPSIS This training aims to give you the keys to analyze Android applications as well as their interactions with the system. The...

Reverse engineering like a pro

NEXT SESSION ON THE 22ND OF JUNE 2020 OBJECTIVES Be able to: analyze standard malwares or userland applications;improve its debugging skills and more generally its static/dynamic analysis techniques;use tools like IDA to perform static analysis and script them....

iOS: Application Security and OS Internals

NEXT SESSION ON THE 15TH OF JANUARY 2020 SYNOPSIS During this training, we will dispense all the knowledge needed to study iOS applications to perform either a security assessment, or a comprehensive reverse engineering. We will focus on the latest versions of iOS...

Practical car hacking

OBJECTIVES Understand and execute several classical attacks on the CAN busBeing able to understand the data circulating on the CAN busHave the basics to reverse engineer an ECU’s firmware SYNOPSIS In the last few years, we have seen many new attacks on cars, but this...