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7 Hardware & Firmware Hacks Highlighted at Black Hat 2017

Researchers will hammer home potentially devastating attacks, and demo a range of vulnerabilities, techniques and tools.
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Breaking The x86 Instruction Set

Thursday, July 27 | 5:00pm-6:00pm | Mandalay Bay EF
Speaker: Christopher Domas

A senior researcher with the Battelle Memorial Institute will dig deep into a smorgasbord of new flaws in the x86 chipset, including machine instructions, software bugs, hypervisor flaws and hardware flaws. Alongside that, he'll release a new toolset for hacking processors and give the audience some tips on techniques to use it.

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Breaking The x86 Instruction Set

Thursday, July 27 | 5:00pm-6:00pm | Mandalay Bay EF

Speaker: Christopher Domas

A senior researcher with the Battelle Memorial Institute will dig deep into a smorgasbord of new flaws in the x86 chipset, including machine instructions, software bugs, hypervisor flaws and hardware flaws. Alongside that, he'll release a new toolset for hacking processors and give the audience some tips on techniques to use it.

Image Source: Adobe Stock

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