26C3 - 26C3 1.15

26th Chaos Communication Congress
Here be dragons

Event Speakers

Advanced microcontroller programming

Getting deeper into AVR programming

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

A part time scientists' perspective of getting to the moon

presenting the first German Team participating in the GoogleLunarXPrize

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Blackbox JTAG Reverse Engineering

Discovering what the hardware architects try to hide from you

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Black Ops Of PKI

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Building a Debugger

Open JTAG with Voltage Glitching

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/fuckups

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

coreboot: Adding support for a system near you

Working with the open source BIOS replacement and getting a PC to boot

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

DECT (part II)

What has changed in DECT security after one year

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Defending the Poor

Preventing Flash Exploits

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Exposing Crypto Bugs through reverse engineering

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Finding the key in the haystack

A practical guide to Differential Power Analysis

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Fuzzing the Phone in your Phone

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

GSM: SRSLY?

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

"Haste ma'n netblock?"

Layer 8 based IP Address hijacking in the end of the days of IPv4

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

How you can build an eavesdropper for a quantum cryptosystem

hardware demo during the lecture

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Legic Prime: Obscurity in Depth

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Optimised to fail

Card readers for online banking

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Playing with the GSM RF Interface

Doing tricks with a mobile phone

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Reverse-Engineering DisplayLink devices

USB to DVI for Hackers

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

SCCP hacking, attacking the SS7 & SIGTRAN applications one step further and mapping the phone system

Back to the good old Blue Box?

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

secuBT

Hacking the Hackers with User-Space Virtualization

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Technik des neuen ePA

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : German

Using OpenBSC for fuzzing of GSM handsets

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English

Vier Fäuste für ein Halleluja

Geschichten aus dem API-und Protokollkrieg von zwei glorreichen Halunken

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : German

Wolpertinger. Ein verteilter Portscanner.

Schneller scannen!

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : German

“Yes We Can’t!” - on kleptography and cryptovirology

Event type : Lecture
Track : Hacking
Language used for presentation : English