It has been about three months since the 2012 edition of the LSE week, and we are happy because it was quite a success, having on average 57 people attending each talk.
Now is time to publish slides (in english) and videos (in french).
CSAT (Pierre-Marie de Rodat - 30mn)
The premise of an interactive disassembler aiming at being collaborative.
ARM architecture (Julien Frêche - 30mn)
Global overview and emulator writing.
Datameat (Victor Apercé - 1h)
Metadata oriented filesystem.
FrASM (Pierre-Marie de Rodat - 30mn)
An assembler writing framework.
Video game console emulation (Pierre Bourdon & Nicolas Hureau - 1h30)
Implications and problems of emulating high performance hardware and cycle-accurate emulation. slides
Possible optimizations for an interpreter (Benoît Zanotti - 30mn)
What can be done? How will it impact performance? Prolog as an example. slides
Routing protocol: BGP4 (Sylvain Laurent - 18h00 - 30mn)
Introduction to BGP4 and its role in networks. slides
WTF is ACPI? (Ivan Delalande - 1h)
Global overview and implementation of an ACPI VM. slides
Forensics (Samuel Chevet - 1h)
Interest and tools. slides
Tutorial: Arduino development (Augustin Chéron - 1h)
Use cases, limitations and demonstration of the Arduino platform. slides
Tutorial: Exploitation techniques (Clément Rouault - 1h)
Examples and mitigation of software exploits. slides
Introduction to CTFs (Nicolas Hureau - 1h)
Interest of participating in security contests and walkthrough of a few exercises. slides
WPA2 enterprise and Wi-Fi security (Pierre Bourdon - 1h)
What is to be avoided when deploying Wi-Fi on a student campus. slides
C!: Interface Implementation (Marwan Burelle - 30mn)
Evolution of rootkits (Samuel Chevet - 1h)
Inner working, analysis and development of the major rootkits. slides
Crackme LSE Week (Pierre Bourdon - 30mn)
Making-of and solution of the LSE Week crackme. slides