C3Subtitles: Speaker: gannimo

gannimo

Mathias Payer is a security researcher and an assistant professor in computer science at EPFL and Purdue University, leading the HexHive group. His research focuses on protecting systems in the presence of vulnerabilities, with a focus on memory corruption and type violations. He is interested in system security, binary exploitation, effective mitigations, and strong sanitization using a combination of binary analysis and compiler-based techniques. Before joining Purdue in 2014 he spent two years as PostDoc in Dawn Song’s BitBlaze group at UC Berkeley. He graduated from ETH Zurich with a Dr. sc. ETH in 2012, focusing on low-level binary translation and security. He worked on a systematization of memory corruption and looked into enforcing integrity for a subset of data (e.g., code pointers). All prototype implementations are open-source. In 2014, he founded the b01lers Purdue CTF team.

Infos

Event(s):
32. Chaos Communication Congress, 31. Chaos Communication Congress, 34. Chaos Communication Congress, 30. Chaos Communication Congress, 36th Chaos Communication Congress
Language(s):
English
Track(s):
Security & Hacking, Security & Safety, Security
Links:
Hexhive group
Homepage
Hexhive group
Homepage

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