Thursday, March 24, 2022
Time One Track Mind
1200 Registration Opens
1400

Opening Remarks, Rumblings, Ruminations, and Rants

1500
Chaos Patching: Can’t Get Hacked If I Hack Myself

Andrew Hendela and Eric Lee

1530
Consumer VPNs: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Yael Grauer

1600
GO Ahead — A Kubernetes-based, Sigma Rule Streaming Detection Engine

Mike Saxton and Trey Hoffman

1630
Practical Information Security Metrics

Robert Weiss (pwcrack)

1700
LetItGo — A Tool for Azure Tenant Domain Enumeration and Access

Dan Astor and David Parillo

1730
ProcAID: Process Anomaly-based Intrusion Detection

Austin Read

1800
THYRATRON : More than TTY

Russell Handorf

1900 Registration Closes
2000

Firetalks

Friday, March 25, 2022
Time One Track Mind
0930 Registration Opens
1000
There is Wardriving, and There is GWARDRIVING

Mike Spicer and El Kentaro

1100
A Web API for Embedded Peripheral Reverse Engineering

Travis Goodspeed and EVM

1130
Why No One Pwned Synology at Pwn2Own and TianFu Cup This Year: Analyzing Defensive Coding Techniques from a Vulnerability Researcher’s Perspective

Eugene Lim and Loke Hui Yi

1200
Sceaphierde Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing

Michael Hoffman

1300 Break
1400
Reversing the Pokémon Snap Station without a Snap Station

James Chambers

1430
HACK THE, er… HEMISPHERE! How we (legally) broadcasted hacker content to all of North America (and beyond) using an end-of-life geosynchronous satellite

Karl Koscher

1445
Safe and Secure WordPress. Easy!

Alex Ivkin

1500
An Introduction to Cloning RFID Keys, for Angry Bikers

Gabe Schuyler

1515
Wait a meowment, which kitten is this?

Allison Wikoff

1530
Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior in Honduras: An Attempt to Influence the Election Cycle

Jackie Hicks

1600
Clean Up On the Serial Aisle – Developing a Systematic Hunting Methodology for Deserialization Exploits

Alyssa Rahman

1700
Van Buren: Everything you need to know about the Supreme Court’s recent take on the CFAA

Kurt Opsahl

1830 Registration Closes
2000 Friday Night Chill

Saturday, March 26, 2022
Time One Track Mind
0930 Registration Opens
1000
0wn the Con

The Shmoo Group

1100
Practical Crypto of InfoSec Noobs

Rob ‘Mubix’ Fuller

1130
Hacking the Cyber Incident Response: How Using Words Will Help You Suck Less

Katrina Cheesman and Rock Stevens

1200
“She doesn’t even go here!” Using Denial, Deception, and Adversary Engagement for Defense

Karen Lamb, Gabby Raymond, and Maretta Morovitz

1300
Closing Plenary

Liam Connolly, Kathy Wang, Michael Darling, and Bruce Potter (moderator)

1400

Closing Remarks

1500 End of Con — See You Next Year!!