Please join us for another OWASP Houston workshop. Stuart Dunsmore (GCIA, GREM) will be leading a lesson on reverse engineering of malware by dissecting some malware that was caught as part of an email campaign. Additionally, Mukul Gupta (PhD, GCIA, GWEB, CISSP, CISA, CAP) will be providing some crypto challenges. Join us to use your brain and a command line to solve puzzles for prizes.
We have a new sponsor for this event. Karbach Brewery has donated a few cases of their beer to get the creativity flowing. Pizza will be provided by Alert Logic.
Food, drinks, and crypto puzzles served from 6:00-8:??, Stuart will speak from 6:30 to 7:15. From 7:15 attendees may work through some of his lesson on their own and ask Stuart questions. Real malware samples will be provided. If you intend on participating please bring a computer with a virtual machine ready to go with an Evaluation copy of IDA pro.
When you arrive at the event there will be parking on the first or sub floor of the parking garage, take the stairs up one floor to the tiled walk way that leads to the building. There will be an attendant to let you in and direct you downstairs to the lower lobby where the meeting will be held.