[new date] "Common Security Attacks", by Darren Willis

Thu, 21 Apr 2011 20:00 - 21:00 JST

Cerego Japan

Ninomiya Building 4F, 18-4 Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0031


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It has been a few months again since we got together ... Time for another meetup!

Darren Willis will be taking a broad but shallow look at security, covering brief general guidelines for secure implementation/design for desktop and the web, and the common attacks code might be subjected to, as well as implementation countermeasures for these attacks. He will also discuss the goals and economics of hacking and malware in general, and a brief foray into keeping your computer/servers relatively safe. Darren says he will try to avoid subjecting anyone to any x86 assembly :-)

About our speaker:
Darren is a security researcher currently engaged in trying to break anything with an IP stack. Enjoys Ruby, C, and writing Ruby programs that write C programs. He's particularly interested in future developments in mobile security.

Place and time:
Date: April 21 (Thu)
Time: Doors open at 19:30, the presentation starts at 20:00
Place: Cerego Japan, Ninomiya Building 4F, 18-4 Sakuragaoka-cho, Shibuya-ku,
Language: English

We'll go for a drink at a nearby izakaya after the talk.
Looking forward to welcoming you all.

Best regards,

Zev & Peter

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