Friday, November 30 2012
Wednesday, November 21 2012
I finally managed to release v0.2 of my Android DBI framework. The
version I announced at BreakPoint and RuxCon.
New in this version: actually working Thumb support, nfc card emulation code for fuzzing.
Happy hacking! Feedback is welcome!
The last weeks were pretty crazy for me in terms of work, but stuff got
done so I have some new stuff to show next year.
Last month I've travelled to Melbourne Australia to speak at BreakPoint and RuxCon. This was my first time travelling to Australia and I must say it was
good fun. BreakPoint was a good conference with some good talks and many
interesting people. RuxCon was great fun too, good talks, nice friendly people.
The trip was just too short.
Black Hat Abu Dhabi
Advanced Exploitation of ARM-based Mobile and Embedded Devices by Stephen Ridley
, Droid Exploitation Saga by Aditya Gupta and Subho Halder, Inspection of Windows Phone applications by Dmitriy Evdokimov and Andrey Chasovskikh, Over-the-Air Cross-platform Infection for Breaking mTAN-based Online Banking Authentication by Alexandra Dmitrienko and Ahmad Sadeghi and Christopher Liebchen and Lucas Davi, Practical Security Testing for LTE Networks by Martyn Ruks and Nils, UI Redressing Attacks on Android Devices by Marcus Niemietz
BayThreat in Sunnyvale has a mobile talk. Daniel Peck - "Dynamic Analysis and Exploration of Android Apps". Some of the other talks look good to.
29c3 Chaos Communication Congress didn't publish a schedule yet. But some talks should be very interesting, such as Nico's.
Other upcoming conferences are: ShmooCon in February, CanSecWest in March, Infiltrate in April, and Source Boston also in April.
As I said, crazy weeks behind me. So I didn't see much of what happened in the
mobile security space.