I spent the last weeks traveling to Singapore and Miami to present my Xenpwn research about double fetch vulnerabilities in paravirtualized devices at Infiltrate and Syscan360. You can find my slides here. Both conferences had great organization, very technical talks and a cool audience. In the following I want to give a short recap of some of the talks I liked the most:
Last week Matthias and I went to Singapore to teach our workshop on Hypervisor Exploitation at SyScan. After a very unpleasant Lufthansa strike (which made us arrive late in Singapore) and two intense workshop days, we were free to attend the “last” SyScan. There are few IT security conferences that have such a great reputation in the community and so we had high expectations, which were definitely not disappointed. This year had a lot of really interesting talks so I will just summarize some of the ones I liked the most.