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Black Hat Asia 2018:
First Briefings Announced

Black Hat Asia returns to Singapore, March 20-23, 2018 with hands-on technical Trainings, cutting-edge Briefings, Arsenal open-source tool demonstrations, top-tier solutions and service providers in the Business Hall, and more.

As our Review Board members continue to work their way through a record number of submissions, we are releasing new selections in batches. Below are the first announced Black Hat Asia 2018 Briefings, with links to their abstracts.

Analyzing & Breaking Exploit Mitigations and PRNGs on QNX for Automotive, Industrial, Medical and other Embedded Systems
By Ali Abbasi & Jos Wetzels

Breaking State-of-the-Art Binary Code Obfuscation via Program Synthesis
By Moritz Contag & Tim Blazytko

Breaking the Attack Graph: How to Leverage Graphs to Strengthen Security in a Domain Environment
By Marina Simakov

Counter-Infiltration: Future-Proof Counter Attacks Against Exploit Kit Infrastructure
By Yin Minn Pa Pa

Cyber Comrades: Alliance-Building in Cyberspace
By Kenneth Geers

Documenting the Undocumented: The Rise and Fall of AMSI
By Tal Liberman

I Don't Want to Sleep Tonight: Subverting Intel TXT with S3 Sleep
By Jun-Hyeok Park & Seunghun Han

Invoke-DOSfuscation: Techniques FOR %F IN (-style) DO (S-level CMD Obfuscation)
By Daniel Bohannon

RustZone: Writing Trusted Applications in Rust
By Eric Evenchick

Black Hat will release new Briefings on a regular basis. Keep an eye out for more announcements and register today to lock in early rates and save.

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