DC9723 November Meeting
When: 14 of November, 2017 from 19:00 to 22:00
Where: SafeBreach Offices in Tel-Aviv (Yosef Karo 18, 4th floor, Tel Aviv.) NOTICE DIFFERENT LOCATION!
As always, the talks are free and there is no need to register. Come and bring your friends.
The talks will be uploaded to youtube a week after the meeting.
You can watch the previous talks at https://www.dc9723.org
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New Techniques to Exploit NTLM Flaws for Privilege Escalation – Yaron Zinar
Millions of networks are relying on Windows authentication protocols to secure their logins, and consequently the network’s integrity. As these protocols are a popular target for attacks, such as NTLM-Relay, Microsoft went through great efforts to mitigate and secure them. However, they didn’t go far enough. In this talk we will show how NTLM continues to be the weakest link in Windows authentication and poses a serious security threat to enterprise security. We’ll shed new perspectives and discoveries on the NTLM-Relay attack, explore its anatomy, the wide variety of protocols that are vulnerable and how they are exploited in the wild. We will provide an overview of the security enhancements and configuration options implemented by Microsoft in order to thwart attacks. We will present and demonstrate CVE-2017-8563 and explain why it can be used bypass all existing security mitigations and why you are all still exposed to this vulnerability. Finally, we will suggest different detection and protection methods that can be used to overcome NTLM flaws in order to monitor and prevent potential credential theft.
From “One Country – One Floppy” to “Startup Nation” – the story of the early days of the Israeli hacking community, and the journey towards today’s vibrant startup scene – Inbar Raz & Eden Shochat
The late 80’s and early 90’s played a pivotal role in the forming of the Israeli tech scene as we know it today, producing companies like Checkpoint, Waze, Wix, Mobileye, Viber and billions of dollars in fundraising and exits. The people who would later build that industry were in anywhere from elementary school to high school, and their paths included some of the best hacking stories of the time (certainly in the eyes of the locals). The combination of extremely expensive Internet and international dial system, non-existent legal enforcement and a lagging national phone company could not prevent dozens of hungry-for-knowledge kids from teaching themselves the dark arts of reversing, hacking, cracking, phreaking and even carding. The world looked completely different back then and we have some great stories for you. We will cover the evolution of the many-years-later-to-be-named-Cyber community, including personal stories from nearly all categories. Come listen how the Israeli Cyber “empire” was born, 25 years ago, from the perspectives of 2:401/100 and 2:401/100.1.