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Introduction to x86 Assembly - DazzleCatDuo Derbycon 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Introduction to x86 Assembly
Derbycon 2018

Windows, Linux, and Mac all run x86 assembly. From your favorite software application down to their system kernels. Ever wondered what happens under the hood when programs execute? What does printf("Hello World!"); actually do? Whether your focused on improving the efficiency of your applications, securing your applications against known exploitation techniques, reverse engineering software or going on the offensive with exploitation development a firm grasp on assembly is essential. Come get an introduction to the world of x86 Assembly, learn how to write, build, debug, and tear apart your first x86 assembly application.

Stephanie Domas has been doing x86 security research for a decade. She is Vice President of Research and Development at MedSec, where they perform a plethora of security services for medical devices. Christopher Domas "@xoreaxeaxeax" is a cyber security researcher, currently investigating low level processor exploitation. He is best known for releasing impractical solutions to non-existent problems, including the world's first single instruction C compiler (M/o/Vfuscator), toolchains for generating images in program control flow graphs (REpsych), and Turing-machines in the vi text editor. His more relevant work includes the binary visualization tool ..cantor.dust.. and the memory sinkhole x86 privilege escalation exploit.


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