Sep 18, 2013 · 5:30 PM
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This offensive talk highlights a myriad of sneaky methods for manipulating processes on owned boxes. The talk will focus on tricks which can happily execute from userland and has a broad spectrum of applications which include ring-3 rootkit development, game hacking, virus development, and software augmentation.
Bio: Nick Cano is a twenty year-old reverse engineer and software developer, with eight years of experience in software development and game exploitation. Along side his day job as a Programmer Analyst, Nick also runs a game hacking company which produces autonomous software capable of not only playing games, but also completely manipulating their environment and control flow. His experience includes malware analysis, binary reverse engineering, Windows system internals manipulation, userland rootkit development, and software automation.