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Unfortunately, research has only been presented on three or four particular vehicles.
In this talk, we'll dissect IEEE 802.1x, its surrounding protocols (RADIUS/EAP), provide testing tools, and detail a number of vulnerabilities identified in popular supporting systems.
We'll wrap up demonstrating a vulnerability within a RADIUS server that allows for remote code execution over 802.11 wireless using WPA Enterprise before the user is authorized to join the network.
One of the most common threats is memory scraping, which is a difficult issue to solve.
Hence, I would like to share with you a demonstration of how it works and what can be done in order to minimize this threat.
Our challenges cover crypto concepts from block cipher mode selection to public key agreement algorithms.
By simulating the user's interaction, we show how such an attack is not only feasible - but also efficient.
In the process, we collected crypto exploit code in dozens of different languages, ranging from X86 assembly to Haskell.
With the permission of the participants, we've built a "Rosetta Code" site with per-language implementations of each of the crypto attacks we taught.
Our algorithm was developed over the course of three years and has been evaluated both internally and by an independent test team at MIT Lincoln Laboratories: we scored the highest on these tests against four competing malware cluster recognition techniques and we believe this was because of our unique "ensemble" approach.
In the presentation, I will give details on how to implement the algorithm and will go over these algorithm results in a series of large-scale interactive malware visualizations.
Many point-of-sale breaches occurred in the past year and many organizations are still vulnerable against the simplest exploits.