MWR SG Hacknight

Thursday, June 13, 2019 2 months ago 18:30 - 21:30 Singapore

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Register your interest for a place at the MWR SG Hacknight for an evening of networking with like-minded peers, insight from experts, and a hacking challenge. Pizza and drinks will be provided! 

The event will be hosted at our offices in Singapore, but there are limited spaces available - so complete the form below to sign-up. We'll then send you a confirmation email with all the details.

You can also find an agenda and more details about the Hacknight below.

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What to expect

We’ll be kicking things off with some networking over pizza and drinks. You’ll have the chance to speak with peers and some of our experts.

Then, before the Hacknight commences, we’ll be sharing our knowledge and insight during two talks – “Extending Burp” and an “Introduction to Frida on Android”.

And when the talks are over, we’ll get started with a hacking challenge. This time round, we’ll be looking at a hardware hack – without giving too much away, you can expect either a Bluetooth, RFID, or wireless hack.

Agenda

18:30 – 19:00 – Registration and networking
19:00 – 19:05 – Introduction to Hacknight
19:10 – 19:25 – “Extending Burp” by Barnabas Tan - A rough and brief primer on the why and how of burp extensions. 
19:30 – 19:45 – “Introduction to Frida on Android” by Ming Xuan Chai – What is Frida and how it can be used on the Android platform to instrument applications at runtime? Learn more about commonly used Frida commands and functions, and see them in action during the demo.
19:45 – 21:30 – Hacknight

 

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