Friday 25 November 2022
This event has finished.
Started 18:30 PM
Finished 20:00 PM
Organized by VOID Meetup Group
Venue: VOID Software
Address: Av. Combatentes da Grande Guerra
About this eventDear Members,
We are pleased to announce the next meetup on-site dedicated to Hacking Java Web Applications.
The speaker is Panos Petsanas, Community CTFs from Hackthebox.
The event will be held in English and is organized by VOID Software with Hackthebox as partner.
This workshop will showcase a case study of an application vulnerable to the infamous log4shell exploit, where the RCE cannot be directly triggered due to the updated Java version that disables remote loading of classes from arbitrary URL code bases. Together we’ll learn how to utilise LDAP serialised objects for deserialisation via JNDI lookup injection and construct custom Java gadget chains.
Let’s meet at the VOID Academy, floor 3 at the Centro Comercial Dom Dinis, 301, Leiria, with an entrance through the parking lot.
The talks will last from 18h30 to 20h00 with a Cocktail at the end. The event is free and requires inscription on Meetup,
The number of places is limited to guarantee the good organization of the event, please make sure to confirm your presence :)
Thanks in advance for your participation and help in sharing the event.
Hoping to see you there!
📢 Speaker - Panos Petsanas has studied Computer Science in Athens University of Economics and Business, his thesis “Automated Exploit Detection using Path Profiling - The Disposition Should Matter, Not the Position” was published in 12th International Conference on Security and Cryptography (SECRYPT) in 2015. Two years later he completed his Master’s Degree in Information Systems in AUEB.
Panos was working as IT support at the Athens Airport when he joined the team Aggressive Cake and competed in many different CTFs. Team “Aggressive Cake” was holding the first place on Hack The Box’s leaderboard for the greater part of the first season. Later he joined Neurosof as a Penetration Tester for 4 years. Currently, he works as a project manager for the Community CTFs of Hack The Box.
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