Tonight we worked on buffer overflows, and some binaries on the new OSUSEC CTF platform. Slides (requires ONID login) Next week, we’re going to work on similar binaries, but comparing the assembly code with the C code.
Tonight we talked about some CTF tools and did a walkthrough for “start” on pwnable.tw. You can read a detailed writeup for this binary on the OSUSEC GitHub. Here’s a link to the slides (requires ONID login): Slides For those of you who felt lost tonight, my apologies! I received some great feedback, and will… Read more
Thanks for a great first meeting for Winter 2019! Here is a link to the slides (requires ONID login): Slides For those of you who were unable to make it, here’s a brief summary of what we went over. Mostly, it was just talking about what’s coming for the rest of the term: Updates on… Read more
Happy New Years! Our first meeting will be this Thursday at 7pm in KEC1003, and we will be meeting at the same time/place the whole term. Some things to look forward to for this term: I’m working with NetSPI to have them come back with a more technical presentation and hopefully some labs, so that… Read more
The NSA Codebreaker Challenge finished today, and I’m proud to announce that Oregon State University is the winner! We also had the most people complete Task 5 and 2 people complete Task 7, which is awesome! For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Codebreaker Challenge, it is a CTF-style event put on every… Read more