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We have a slight change in the lab this month. Our speaker will be leading a lab on static analysis related to obfuscation, specifically identifying and deobfuscation of XOR encoding with Python.
Please bring your laptop with Python installed. The lab files will be non-malicious however if you prefer you can use a virtual machine.
Bio of Speaker:
Kyle O'Meara is a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at the Software Engineering Institute's (SEI) CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) and an Adjunct Faculty and Faculty Advisor at Carnegie Mellon University. He has been in the information technology for 12 years, most, if not all, with a cyber security focus. Past jobs includes roles at FireEye and the National Security Agency. Kyle also attends and has spoken at national and international cyber security conferences to include DEF CON, Senate Cyber Threat Intelligence Summit, FIRST Technical Colloquium, and BSides. Kyle's job is also his hobby but when he isn't 'working' you can find him skiing or boating. Feel free to reach out to him on Twitter at @cool_breeze26 or by email at [masked].
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