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Wednesday, July 29 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Michael Tracy, Chris Rohlf, & Eric Monti: Ruby for Pentesters

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Getting up to speed quickly on projects where you're down deep reversing protocols or applications can be challenging at best and catastrophic at worst. In this talk we highlight our use of Ruby to solve the problems we're faced with every day. We use Ruby because it's easy to leverage its flexibility and power for everything from reverse engineering network protocols to fuzzing to static and dynamic analysis, all the way to attacking exotic proprietary enterprise network applications. Having a great set of tools available to meet your needs might be the difference between a successful result for your customer and updating your resume with the details of your former employer.
If you're not familiar with Ruby, we'll lead off by illustrating why Ruby is so powerful, making a case for rapidly prototyping everything from reversing tools to hacked up network clients using our not-so-patented 'bag-o-tricks' approach.

Wednesday July 29, 2009 10:00am - 11:00am
Augustus Ballroom 3-4

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