Microsoft outlines its BlueHat briefing schedule

Microsoft outlines its BlueHat briefing schedule

Summary: Microsoft's 7th BlueHat conference--which features external and internal security researchers--will focus on web applications and architecture.The invitation only conference kicks off May 1 and runs through May 2.

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Microsoft's 7th BlueHat conference--which features external and internal security researchers--will focus on web applications and architecture.

The invitation only conference kicks off May 1 and runs through May 2. Among the notable talks from the schedule:

  • Alex "Kuza55" K. of SIFT in which he shares his thoughts about "Web Browsers and Other Mistakes."
  • Billy Rios makes an inaugural BlueHat appearance with his talk, "Bad Sushi: Beating Phishers at Their Own Game."
  • Manuel Caballero has joined forces with the inimitable Fukami to pull back the cover on Silverlight in the talk: "A Resident in My Domain, plus, Unweaving Silverlight from Flash.”
  • Cesar Cerrudo's talk “Token Kidnapping” demonstrates how hard it is to get everything right in complex systems.
  • There will also be a panel in the vulnerability economy.

Full details and bios of speakers can be found on the BlueHat site.

Topics: Browser, Hardware, Microsoft, Security, Software

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