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h4ck.js - A Dark Tour Into The Unmentionables Of The Internet

  • Jun 9, 2010 · 6:00 PM
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Chris Williams (@voodootikigod) Author of Naked JavaScript & Curator of JSConf US Chris will show you how to hack almost any web site using a variety of battle worn hacking building blocks that really expose the awesome power of JavaScript at a fundamental level. Examples that will be shown against real sites include: replay attack vectors, function clobbering vectors, CSRF/XSRF, history replays and the infamous "JSON" plague. This will not be calm, it will not be gentle, but it will be a lot of evil goodness. You will leave the meeting having "evaluated" a website and armed to do it again for your future projects.

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  • Ken C.

    Chris is one smart cookie! Over my head most times but things are starting to set in. The future is bright!

    June 9, 2010

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    A former member

    it was AWESOME... a little bit over my head being a beginner.... but wow!!!!!!!

    June 9, 2010

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