[builds-list] Modern Binary Exploitation Workshop [IMPORTANT]

AJ Trainor linus at bu.edu
Fri Oct 2 14:00:34 EDT 2015


Finally the room has been decided, my apologies for not getting this nailed
down sooner. The event will be held in *KCB 106. *That's room 106 in the
Kenmore Classroom Building at 565 Commonwealth Ave. The class will take
place every Saturday from Noon to 3pm starting tomorrow, October 3rd.

Thank you all for your excitement for this event, I hope to see you there.

--AJ
BUILDS VP

*REMINDER*: You MUST Download the virtual machine here:
http://security.cs.rpi.edu/~jblackthorne/MalwareAnalyst_1.ova
and get it running on your laptop before tomorrow's workshop!


On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 11:52 AM AJ Trainor <linus at bu.edu> wrote:

> For those who have not yet heard about this Saturday's Binary Exploitation
> Workshop, consider this your introduction. BUILDS is partnering with some
> professional security researchers from MIT's Lincoln Laboratory to put on a
> workshop series on Modern Binary Exploitation. Every Saturday from
> Noon-3pm, Evan Jensen and Jeremy Blackthorne will be teaching a free course
> on how to reverse engineer binaries and write exploits. This week's will
> be starting from zero, so no experience will be necessary. By the end of
> the set of classes, you should be able to write exploits for a large
> variety of applications under adverse conditions. This knowledge can take
> you to great heights, CTF community fame, and even earn you a spot working
> alongside Jeremy and Evan in the Lincoln Labs Cyber Systems Assessment
> Department.
>
> *FOR ANYONE WHO INTENDS TO ATTEND:*
> You *MUST* download the 11GB Windows Virtual Machine here:
>
> http://security.cs.rpi.edu/~jblackthorne/MalwareAnalyst_1.ova
> md5sum: 500333e97649228e92b0187a468f2cfc
>
> And get it to run in VirtualBox or VMware Player on your laptop (which
> should be brought to the workshop).
>
>
> If you have any trouble with this, send an email to linus at bu.edu and I
> can help you get things running. The ova file should just open in
> VirtualBox on any platform without any complicated setup.
>
>
> --AJ
> BUILDS VP
>
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