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Why the foundation of security is broken. - Alex Kot Bsides Cleveland 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Why the foundation of security is broken.
Alex Kot

Explain a high level approach to a low level concept. Explain how the CPU views the memory. Go over the fact everything we use is written in C. Exploits in C programming (Buffer Overflow/Dangling Pointer). Then explain methods to help prevent those attacks (ALSR, Stack Canaries, and DEP)/ (EMET, PAX/GRsecruity, and Static Code Analysis).

I am love of physics and figuring out fundamentals why things work. Currently work IT at a Credit Union.


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