Myamoto Musashi famous swordsman and author
of "Go Rin No Sho" (the Book of Five Rings) wrote
"Study the Way of all professions."
In the way of computer networks, one must understand
attacks before one can forestall them.
I would like to announce the selection of the PacSec
applied technical security seminar presentations. The
event will be held on November 15/16 in Tokyo, Japan,
at the Aoyama Diamond Hall, accessible at exit B5
of the Omotesando station, on Ginza or Hanzomon lines.
The selected papers are:
Andrea Barisani - Gentoo
Building a modern LDAP based security framework.
Cedric "Sid" Blancher - EADS
WiFi traffic injection based attacks
Javier Burroni - CORE SDI
Using Neural Networks for remote OS identification
Maximillian Dornseif - Laboratory for Dependable Distribute Systems
Watching hackers hack - attack visualization
van Hauser - thc
Attacking the IPv6 protocol suite
Adam Jacobs - Oracle
Commercial Software and How Can We Fix It?
Chris Jordan - Endeavor Systems
Writing Better Intrusion Prevention Signatures
Hiroshi Shinotsuka - Symantec
Advances in Trojan Threats
Feng "Sowhat" Xue - 3rd Research Institute, Ministry of Public Security,
Chinese National Anti-Intrusion and Anti-virus Research Center
Talking About 0day
Ilja van Sprundel - Suresec
Unix Kernel Auditing
Window Snyder - formerly Microsoft
A new perspective on internal security.
Yuji Ukai - eeye
Real-Time OS Based Embedded Systems Using the JTAG Emulator
Marc Uemura - PWC
Fault Redundant IPV6 Wireless Firewalls
Christian Wieser - Oulu University Secure Programming Group
VoIP: SIP robustness and RTP security
All presentations are in both Japanese and English.
Registration is on line at http://pacsec.jp