Ruxcon 2015, like many former Ruxcons such as Ruxcon2014 was held in the CQ Conference Centre on Queen St., Melbourne on the weekend of 23rd - 25th October, 2015. Probably held in conjunction with the Breakpoint conference.
This was the 11th Ruxcon, held in a similar format to the annual DEF CON "hacker convention" in the U.S.
There were two streams of talks, as well as some other activities, such as Capture The Flag (CTF) etc.
Hacking the Wireless World - Software Defined Radio Exploits
Purple Teaming: One Year After Going From Full Time Breaker To Part Time Fixer
Broadcasting Your Attack: Security Testing DAB Radio In Cars
Windows 10: 2 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back
Fruit Salad, Yummy Yummy: An Analysis of ApplePay
High-Def Fuzzing: Exploring Vulnerabilities in HDMI-CEC
Design, Implementation And Bypass Of The Chain-Of-Trust Model Of iOS
Hack NFC Cards & Steal Credit Card Data With Android For Fun & Profit
"Famous" for identifying a bug in OpenDaylight (and ONOS?) wherein a crafted packet would be sent from the switching fabric to the controller, but the (Java) SDN controller did not process correctly and ended up disconnecting the switch device from the control plane. Funny, but serious.
Why Attacker's Toolsets Do What They Do
VoIP Wars: Destroying Jar Jar Lync
Spread Spectrum Satcom Hacking: Attacking The Globalstar SDS
Hacked to Death
One of the greatest talks I've ever heard - how to kill someone, virtually...
DNS As A Defence Vector
by the famous (Internet Hall of Fame) Paul Vixie.
- DNS Database Online
- DNS Response Policy Zones
- Premier Passive DNS Solutions That Transform Threat Feeds Into Actionable Threat Intelligence
- Paul_Vixie at Wikipedia
(I had to leave before it finished).
- Senator Scott Ludlum
- Paul Vixie
- Suelette Dreyfus
- Richard Johnson
- Richard Buckland
MC'd by Dr. Silvio Cesare (a current ANU Master's student!)