Wednesday, March 22, 20172 years agoSingapore, Singapore
MWR's Yong Chuan Koh will be presenting on Fuzzing the Windows Kernel at NUS Greyhats which is being held at the National University of Singapore.
NUS Greyhats is a special interest group designed to spark students' interest in information security and advance the level of security proficiency.
Talk presented by MWR
Room: NUS School of Computing Seminar Room 10 (COM1-0210)
Topic: Fuzzing the Windows Kernel
Speakers: Yong Chuan Koh
Description: As applications sandboxing matures to become the industry standard as part of its defense-in-depth strategy, software vendors are now more adept in strengthening their sandboxes after iterations of design reviews, code reviews, fuzzing and patches. However there is still a large attack surface that attackers can target to escape sandboxes; the Windows Kernel.
This talk will present an architecture for fuzzing the Windows Kernel and its components from test-case generation to crash collection. We will also discuss how this may be designed for a distributed fuzzing architecture that scales up effectively.