[Noisebridge-announce] "How I Broke Your iOS App" Sunday 2pm - OMGHAXWTFBBQ

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Bay Area (Hacker's Association|Security Enthusiasts) Meeting!

2nd Sunday of every month, 2pm, at Noisebridge, in the main area.

It lasts until it's over.

It's for people interested in security, not the more general "make
stuff" kind of hacking.

Date of Meeting:
2pm (1400), 12/08/2013
Always second Sunday of the month at 2pm

This month we present:

Swapnil Deshmukh


How I broke your iOS application

Every other day there is a new mobile application launched in a
Apple's AppStore. The application that contains user's sensitive data
like credit card etc, users like you and me. As an user or as an
application developer, it is crucial that we ensure that the apps we
are installing or distributing performs only what its expected to do,
ensuring that security is not compromised. During the course of this
talk, we will perform and learn how to verify security and integrity
of an application and what information is leaked by the it.

About the Author:

Swapnil Deshmukh is an Information Security Specialist at Visa. He was
previously a security consultant at Cigital, where he helped clients
build secure mobile practices. His responsibilities included designing
and implementing mobile threat modeling, implementing security coding
practices, performing source code analysis, reverse engineering
application binaries, and performing mobile penetration testing. Prior
to working at Cigital, Swapnil held a position as a mobile threat
analyst at MyAppSecurity, where he designed and implemented a mobile
threat modeler. Swapnil holds an MS from George Mason University in
Computer Networks and Telecommunication.



2169 Mission St, San Francisco, CA, USA, Earth, Milky Way, Known Universe

Finding the space can be tricky; it has a red circular logo above the
otherwise inconspicuous door, and is next to a market that sells
fruit.  It is very close to 16th and Mission BART stop.  If you're
driving, leave 15-30 minutes extra to find parking due to the heavy
traffic around there.  I often use a lot near 16th and Mission.


If you would like to be a speaker, or know someone who would,
please let us know.

Our Site:


Includes google calendar (never miss another meeting), directions,
link to mailing list, etc.  Please check it out.
Remediating... LIKE A BOSS

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