|Date||November 4th - November 8th, 2019|
|Time||9:00am - 5:00pm
Includes catered Breakfast & Lunch daily
|Venue||Studio Beta @ EMPAC
8th Street, Troy NY, 12180
Web browsers are among the most utilized consumer facing software products on the planet. As the ubiquitous gateway to the internet, browsers introduce significant risk to the integrity of personal computing devices. In the race to protect users while advancing web technology, premiere browsers have become increasingly complex targets to compromise.
Over the course of this training, students will receive a thorough introduction to vulnerability research as it pertains to modern web browsers. This includes identifying, evaluating, and weaponizing the latest vulnerability patterns via the exploitation of several recently patched vulnerabilities. Through this, students will experience the end to end process of developing memory corruption based exploits against these high value targets.
This course will focus specifically on Google Chrome and Apple Safari.