Intro Meetup: Frida

Dynamic Analysis with Frida

This meetup we will cover a basic introduction to Frida (https://www.frida.re/), a cross-platform dynamic instrumentation toolkit, and give a practical example of a past CTF challenge.

  • Where: @EI3A, TU Wien (Gußhausstraße 25, 1040 Wien, 2nd Floor)
  • When: Thursday, 14.06.2018, 17:30 (CEST)
  • What:
    • Intro to Frida
    • Practical Example Challenge
    • Frida and Android

Intro Meetup: Exploitation

pwntools/exploit writing

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Intro Meetup: Attack/Defense

FAUST CTF is coming

Next week, we will participate in FAUST CTF, an online attack-defense CTF. We will meet up at SBA Research and participate together. If you are curious about participating, what CTFs are or what's special about attack-defense CTFs, we are hosting this preparation meetup as part of our weekly CTF/Security meetup series. If you can't make it to the meetup, but still want to participate in the CTF, please contact us. Where: @EI3A, TU Wien (Gußhausstraße 25, 1040...

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April Monthly Meetup! As always Open-to-All!

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Yet another... cat service?!

yacs is a tool to store and later retrieve text snippets. If you store program source code there, it can even compile it for you! So handy. Of course, everything is protected using state-of-the-art user authorization and password hashing. It's a big C++ compiled binary which uses a local SQLite database file for data storage. Here's a normal create/list paste workflow: ___...

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Last Sunday we had the pleasure to participate in the RuCTF Finals 2017 in Yekaterinburg, Russia. After a long day of attacking other teams and defending our own services we managed to secure the 12th place out of 23 active teams. The services we had to work on were really interesting and quite diverse. But a really nice touch to the game was the actual hardware separation of services. Instead of providing a virtual machine...

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Bitcoin as OP_RETURN Dropbox

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