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NanoSec 2020 Conference

On 24th November 10am GMT + 8, Nanosec launched their 2020 conference online via zoom that spanned over 3 days with a practical workshop at the end to increase awareness on security. I wish the event could’ve been at night or on weekends as things did not go well with my job (not to mention… Read More »NanoSec 2020 Conference

NanoSec 2019 Conference

On 9 October 2019, 8am NanoSec had its 2nd Conference at InterContinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur filled to the brim with 250 people with ticket prices from myr 249 to 449 depending on when and where you bought it. This was also the first time i started teasing NanoSec. Schedule of events Keynote I: Extended Intelligence… Read More »NanoSec 2019 Conference

NanoSec 2018 CTF by

October 2018, NanoSec helped to organise a hacking CTF along with many other organisations as well to boost participation and awareness into cybersecurity. The event was open to all with a few that managed to solve it. More details here

NanoSec 2018 Conference

On October 10, 2018 08:00am, NanoSec had its first conference at InterContinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur with the maximum capacity of 300 filled to the brim Schedule of events Session Speaker Opening Keynote: We Don’t Need No Education: The Search for Pwnstars Dhillon ‘L33tdawg’ Kannabhiran Bug Bounty – Why is it so hard? Ahmad ‘yappare’ Ashraff… Read More »NanoSec 2018 Conference

How hackers cheat (analysis)

How they cheat (analysis) Memory manipulation and library injection – reading and writing to a memory Common base Dedicated application / driver Direct memory manipulation Abusing gameplay script Patching the data and executable Gameplay exploits Bypassing the protection Finding the right offsets Finding execution methods for gameplay script Combination with exploits and gameplay logic What… Read More »How hackers cheat (analysis)