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Filed under: Conference Speakers — Administrator @ 8:22 pm

April 21, 2005

Presentation Title: Exploiting Microsoft Services For Unix
Presentation Details:

Microsoft Services for Unix is a new component in the Windows suite which lets you run UNIX based applications on a win32 platform with very little effort. Microsoft has ported a number of utilities and packages to make the transition an easy task and to eliminate the need to have a dedicated UNIX platform. This presentation will cover the weakness in such a deployment and further cover all security issues including design flaws of the subsystem internals and will focus on different exploitation techniques.

About Swaraj:

Swaraj works for suresec as a senior security researcher, he enjoys code auditing and writing exploits for fun, he also works for debian linux distribution as a member of the security audit group which proactively fixes security vulnerabilities.He goes by an alias called jaguar ,in the past has found a number of vulnerabilities and has contributed to the debian project.

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