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Hack3rcon is West Virginia’s premier information security conference, bringing together leading information security researchers and practitioners from around the country and around the world. With a focus on methodology and information sharing, Hack3rcon seeks to energize the infosec community and provide an engaging and supportive environment to hone our attendees skill while fostering a sense of community and social responsibility.
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Saturday, October 20 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Intro to Linux exploit development - Part 2

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In this course we will be teaching basic exploit development on a linux os. If you haven't used gdb or done much reverse engineering, this class will be a good introduction. We will be looking at some old school attacks, showing you why they are a problem, and writing some basic exploits from scratch. This is not an advanced class so rop pirates and heap ninjas shouldn't attend unless you want a review of the basics. This course will consist of both lecture and hands on exercises, so please bring your laptop with your favorite VM player.


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John deGruyter

John grew up in Nitro, West Virginia, but is currently living in the Northern Virginia/DC area. Security has been his passion and his hobby for the past 14 years. He recently walked away from his job in IT management to pursue his career as a security researcher. This year he and a small team known as the XRG will be running the CTF here at hack3rcon. Lately, he has been spending his time reading, traveling, writing security tools, and studying... Read More →


Saturday October 20, 2012 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Main Stage 600 Kanawha Boulevard East, Charleston, WV, United States

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