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Black Hat USA 2015: Breaking Windows
Event Updates  |  7/30/2015  | 
It wouldn't be a proper Black Hat event without a host of interesting new exploits for Microsoft's widely used operating systems, so here are four Black Hat USA 2015 Briefings that will teach you how to break Windows in fresh new ways.
Black Hat USA 2015: Let's Get Physical
Event Updates  |  7/28/2015  | 
It's tempting to think of InfoSec purely in virtual terms, as electrons flowing through circuits and logic gates. But these microscopic events can affect the human-scale physical world, and unexpected physical interventions can also break seemingly secure micro-systems. Today's trio of Black Hat USA 2015 Briefings all demonstrate how this street runs both ways.
Black Hat USA 2015: Border Patrol
Event Updates  |  7/23/2015  | 
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the fabric of routing on the Internet today, with a approximately half a million routes between 50,000 autonomous systems. Sounds like a ripe target for malicious parties to exploit, which is the gist of today's trio of Black Hat Briefing highlights.
Black Hat USA 2015: The Hard Stuff
Event Updates  |  7/21/2015  | 
Software gets much of the hacking spotlight, perhaps understandably so. But the physical infrastructure that runs all that code is just as susceptible to messing with, though it takes a different set of knowledge and techniques. Today's Training trio touch on the more solid side of that divide.
Black Hat USA 2015: Exploit Dev Story
Event Updates  |  7/20/2015  | 
Exploits don't just materialize out of thin air: Finding them is often a huge challenge in itself. Today's Black Hat USA 2015 Trainings all focus on helping you find the weak points in complicated systems, all the better to exploit them.


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