Wednesday 29-May-2019 // 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Meeting Location: Michener Auditorium at UHN, 222 St. Patrick Street, Toronto
Speaker: Joe Wu
Topic: Windows VBScript Use-After-Free Vulnerability and Exploit Kit Analysis
What does a Use-After-Free vulnerability look like? How do exploit kits exploit it to deliver bank trojans? Is Windows 10 the same exploitability as Windows 7? In this session, I would like to give a live example in 2019, showing how it creates a type confusion condition in Windows VBScript engine, bypasses Windows security defenses, steals your information, and runs ransomware. We will see what we can do to prevent from being hacked.
Speaker: Jeremy Richards
Topic: They Phish, We Catch
Two years ago Jeremy switched gears from reversing engineering malware to hunting the infrastructure it uses to communicate with it’s authors after deployment (C2 servers). He has been refining this data collection and analysis into a repeatable, automated system that uses the collected data in machine learning models to capture and convict malware and phishing content.
Pull up a chair as we look at the phishing campaigns Lookout’s @PhishingAI has identified targeting government, enterprise, and individuals over the last two years. We will discuss discovery and observed evasion tactics, trends, and dox a couple of kit authors.
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Meeting Location: Michener Auditorium, 222 St. Patrick Street, Toronto.