Hacking Events

   

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Year 2021

  • Eric Filiol. “How to Bypass Data Exfiltration Detection With Malicious Cryptography Techniques”. Hacktivity 2021, Budapest, Hungary, October 8th, 2021. Program.

Year 2019

  • Eric Filiol. “BSEA-2. A Special Class of Stream Cipher Backdooring Techniques - Strong Key/Weak Key Cryptosystems”. BSides Lisbon, 28th - 29th November, 2010, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Eric Filiol. “BSEA-2. A Special Class of Stream Cipher Backdooring Techniques”. Kaz’Hack’Stan 2019, Nur-Sultan, October 18th-19th, 2019.
  • Maxence Delong & Eric Filiol, “A New Routing Protocol for Enhanced AnonymityC0c0n XII, International Cyber Security and Policing Conference 2019, Kochi, India, September 27th-28th, 2019.

Year 2018

  • Eric Filiol. “Black InfoOps Approach to Evaluate Critical Infrastructure Security”. InfoSecurity Europe 2018, Geek Street, June 7th, 2018, Olympia Grand, London. Slides (public version).

Year 2017

  • Arnaud Bannier & Eric Filiol. “By-design Backdooring of Encryption System - Can We Trust Foreign Encryption Algorithms?”. Black Hat Europe 2017, London, December 4th-7th, 2017.

Year 2015

  • Eric Filiol & Paul Irolla. “(In)Security of Mobile Banking … and of many other Apps- The Asian and Pacific Aera”. Black Asia 2015, March 24-27th, 2015, Singapore.

Year 2014

  • Eric Filiol. “Crypto Hot Cases One Year Backward – Part II”. C0c0n 2014, Kochi, India, August 22nd-23rd. Slides.
  • Eric Filiol & Paul Irolla. “(In)Security of Mobile Banking”. Slides and video. 31st Chaos Computer Congress (31C3), Hamburg, December 27th - 30th, 2014.
  • Eric Filiol. “Year in Crypto in Light of Snowden’s Leaks (Past, Present and Future)”. PHDays 2014, Moscow, May 21st - 22nd, 2014.

Year 2013

  • Eric Filiol, Valentin Hamon, Dorian Larget & Thibaut Scherrer. “Operational exploitation and corruption of Android-based systems… or what is considered as an evidence cannot indeed be”. Slides, Ground Zero Summit Conference, New Dehli, India, November 7-10th, 2013.
  • Eric Filiol & Thibaut Scherrer. “Securing Cities with CCTV? Not so Sure - A Urban Guerilla Perspective”. La nuit du Hack (NDH’2013), June 22nd-23rd, 2013, Paris. Slides.
  • Eric Filiol. “The Control of technology by nation state : Past, Present and Future - The Case of Cryptology and information security”. Hacking in Paris (HIP) 2013, June 2 20th, 2013, Paris. Slides.

Year 2011

  • Eric Filiol, Remi-Omosowon Oluwaseun & Leonard Mutembei. “Dynamic Cryptographic Trapdoors to take over the TOR Network (version II)”. 28th Chaos Computer Congress (28C3), Berlin, Germany, December 27th-31st, 2011.
  • Eric Filiol, Remi-Omosowon Oluwaseun & Leonard Mutembei. “Dynamic Cryptographic Trapdoors to take over the TOR Network”. PacSec 2011, Tokyo, Japan, November 9th-10th, 2011. Video, Technical details and slides.
  • Eric Filiol. Tutorial on cryptanalysis (extended version). H2HC 2011 Conference, Sao Paulo , Brazil. Technical package (slides, programs, samples…). New version of the second part is here.
  • Eric Filiol, Remi-Omosowon Oluwaseun & Leonard Mutembei. “Dynamic Cryptographic Trapdoors - The Tor Attack”. H2HC 2011, Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 29th-30th, 2011.
  • Eric Filiol. “Dynamic Cryptographic Trapdoors”. CanSecWest 2011, Vancouver, February 9th–11th, 2011. Slides.

Year 2010

  • Baptiste David & Eric Filiol. “The Art of Making Bad Jokes: from the easiest to the most effective (tutorial)”. Malcon 2010 (Mumbai) & Clubhack 2010 (Pune), India, December 2010. Slides.
  • Baptiste David & Eric Filiol. “Windows Icons: watch them closely or be screwed”, Malcon 2010 (Mumbai) & Clubhack 2010 (Pune), India, December 2010. Slides.
  • Eric Filiol. “Malicious Cryptography Techniques for Unreversable (malicious or not) binaries”. H2HC 2010 Conference, Sao Paulo, Brazil - Cancun, Mexico. Slides & paper.
  • Eric Filiol. “Tutorial on cryptanalysis (extended version)”. H2HC 2010 Conference, Sao Paulo , Brazil - Cancun, Mexico. Technical package (slides, programs, samples…). New version of the second part is here.
  • Jonathan Dechaux, Eric Filiol & Jean-Paul Fizaine. “Office Documents: New Weapons of Cyberwarfare”. Hack.lu 2010 Conference in Luxembourg, October 27th-29th, 2010. Slides and paper. [Videos of the demos] are here and here.
  • Eric Filiol. “Tutorial on cryptanalysis”. Hack.lu 2010 Conference in Luxembourg, October 27th-29th, 2010. Technical package (slides, programs, samples…).
  • Eric Filiol & Geoffroy Gueguen. “New Threat Grammars”. iAWACS 2010, Paris, May 2010. Slides.
  • Eddy Deligne & Eric Filiol. “The Perseus lib: Open Source Library for TRANSEC and COMSEC Security”, iAWACS 2010, Paris, May 2010. Slides and paper.
  • Anthony Desnos & Eric Filiol. “Organization of the PWN2KILL challenge”. iAWACS 2010, Paris, May 2010. Debrief slides.
  • Eric Filiol. “How to Detect and Break Operationally the Misuse of Weak Stream Ciphers (and Even Block Ciphers Sometimes) - Application to the Office Encryption Cryptanalysis”, Black Hat Europe 2010, April 12th-15th. Paper and slides.

Year 2009

  • Eric Filiol. “Analyzing Word and Excel Encryption”. PacSec 2009, Tokyo, Japan, November 3rd-5th. Slides in English and in Japanese.
  • Eric Filiol. “PERSEUS: A Coding Theory-based Firefox Plug-in to Counter Botnet Actvity”. Hack.lu 2009 Conference in Luxembourg, October 2009. Slides and paper.
  • Anthony Desnos & Eric Filiol. “iAWACS2009 AV Contest Technical Debrief”. Hack.lu 2009 lightning talk, Luxembourg, October 2009. Slides.
  • Eric Filiol. Organization of “Crypto challenge Hack.lu 2009”. Hack.lu 2009, Luxembourg, October 2009.
  • Anthony Desnos, Robert Erra & Eric Filiol. “Processor-dependant malwares”, iAWACS 2009, Laval, October 2009. Slides and paper.
  • Eric Filiol. “How to plan, launch and conduct cyberattacks”. Brucon Security Conference 2009, Brussels, Belgium, Septembre 18th, 2009. Slides.
  • Eric Filiol & Jean-Paul Fizaine. “OpenOffice Security Design Weaknesses”. Black Hat Europe 2009, Amsterdam, April 17th, 2009. Paper and slides

Year 2008

  • Eric Filiol, Vincent Calmette-Vallée, Stéphane de Royer-Dupré & Guy Le Bouter. “Passive and Active Leakage of Secret Data from Non Networked Computers”. Black Hat Las Vegas, Las Vegas, August 2008. You will find everything here (paper, slides, videos, technical samples…).
  • Eric Filiol, Alexandre Blonce & Laurent Freyssignes. “Portable Document Format (PDF) Security Analysis and Malware Threats”. Black Hat Europe 2008, Amsterdam, March 25th-28th, 2008. Paper and slides.
  • Eric Filiol & Fred Raynal. “Malicious Cryptography … reloaded and also malicious statistics”. CanSecWest 2008, Vancouver, March 26th-28th, 2008. Slides.