Black Hat Asia Returns to Singapore with Robust InfoSec Research Lineup: Vulnerabilities Related to Mobile Devices, Transit Smartcards, Popular Email Clients & More

Highlights from the Black Hat Asia 2017 program so far include:

Highlights from the Black Hat Asia 2017 program so far include:

Mobile Hacks: such as exploiting an iOS device remotely via WiFi without any user interaction, completely bypassing the iOS sandbox; looking at challenges solved in making an untethered 9.0-9.3.x jailbreak; and even examining the underlying attack vector and investigating fundamental security problems with the Android plugin technology. Breaking Popular Korean Transit Smartcards: by embedding cryptographic features via side-channel attacks, allowing for the illegal recharging of balances and targeting of profile information. Exploiting Email Clients: disclosing severe vulnerabilities of mail clients as well as software services that could allow an attacker to take over access to sensitive user information Automotive Diagnostics Exploration: with the introduction of an open source Unified Diagnostic Services stack in Python and live demonstrations of its functionality.

To see the current 2017 program lineup and to view presentation abstracts, visit: blackhat.com/asia-17/briefings.html

Classroom-Style Courses – Black Hat Trainings
Prior to the Briefings, Black Hat Asia will offer two days of deeply technical, hands-on Training courses led by the some of the brightest minds in the industry. This year’s Trainings will span topics such as infrastructure hacking, penetration testing, malware analysis and more. For information on the lineup and to save S$200 on the course(s) of your choice by January 27, please visit: blackhat.com/asia-17/training/index.html.

Live Demos – Black Hat Arsenal: CALL FOR TOOLS OPEN THROUGH FEB. 6
Black Hat Arsenal will return to Singapore with its highly popular tool and demo area, showcasing the hottest developments from the open-source community. Call for Tools (CFT) is still open, so be sure to submit by February 6! For more information and to submit, visit: blackhat.com/asia-17/arsenal-overview.html.

Black Hat Asia Sponsors
Top sponsors of Black Hat Asia 2017 include Diamond Sponsors: Qualys and Tenable Network Security; Platinum Sponsors: Cylance, SentinelOne and CrowdStrike; and Gold Sponsors: Malwarebytes, Rapid7 and Solida Systems. For more information on sponsorship opportunities and to see the full list of participating companies, visit: blackhat.com/asia-17/sponsors.html.

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Future Black Hat Dates and Events

Black Hat USA 2017, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada, July 22 – July 27, 2017Black Hat Europe 2017,London, England, December 4 – 7, 2017

About Black Hat
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