North, East, South, West, Singapore
We are pleased to inform Humla Hands-On workshop on Reverse Engineering Using Radare2 by Sanoop Thomas.
Please note, this is an invite only but FREE hands-on workshop, we can accommodate only few selected participants. If you get selected, you will receive email from humla champion a week before the workshop.
*** We are looking for more speakers to contribute to this series. Please get in touch if you are interested.
Selection (15-20 persons only) will be based on the following two criteria:
1. Contribution to the community. Speakers, humla, bachav champions, core team, volunteers and venue hosts will get priority to the workshop.
2. Passion towards Information security + the attendance in previous meet ups.
If you are new to the community, selection will be based on the answers to the survey questions asked during the registration process. Please answer these questions carefully.
In this workshop we will discuss the following
1. Introduction to Radare2
3. Setup & Instructions
4. Classical password crack
5. Exploring visualisation features
6. Working with Radare2 Web
7. BYOB (Bring Your Own Binary)
Who should attend ? :
Malware Analyst, Incident Response folks, exploit researchers and Penetration testers.
What should I bring with me? :
Laptop which can run two VMs simultaneously with at least 4 GB RAM and minimum 30 GB hard disk free space.
1. Virtualbox or VMware
2. More instructions will be sent via email to selected participants.
Null humla champion:
Sanoop Thomas aka s4n7h0 is one of the core team moderator for null Singapore chapter and working as security consultant mainly involving with security assessment of web applications, mobile, networks, and infrastructures. His area of interests lies in threat research and automating pentest/analysis methodologies. He has dealt with many internet threat researches and worked with multiple research groups focusing towards threat analysis and internet safety. He has also authored Xtreme Vulnerable Web Application (XVWA) and Halcyon IDE (halcyon-ide.org). Sanoop has presented his researches in multiple security conferences such as OWASP India, Nullcon, Black Hat, HITBGSEC, ROOTCON and many others as well.
Please reach out to humla champion, if you have any questions regarding the event.
Aspiring Ethical Hacker