Reverse engineering techniques to find security bugs: A case study of the ANI

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Security on June 16, 2007


Reverse engineering techniques to find security bugs: A case study of the ANI
Google Tech Talks
May 21, 2007

ABSTRACT

Alex Sotirov is a vulnerability engineer at determina. He will discuss some latest techniques in reverse engineering software to find vulnerabilities. Particularly, he'll discuss his technique that lead him to find the ANI bug (a critical new bug in WinXP and Vista).

Alex will describe the tools he uses for reverse engineering and show how he reverse engineered ANI Bug. He will continue to discussed Windows security mechanisms (ASLR, /GS) and describe how ANI exploit bypasses them.

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