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Sunday, February 12 • 4:50pm - 5:20pm
Tired of Playing Exploit Kit Whack-A-Mole? Let's automate

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Exploit Kits (EKs) have been very successful in delivering tailor made exploits and spreading malware. EK as a service has lowered the bar of entry for attackers, enabling wide-spread malware infections. Defenders have been using dynamic analysis tools like Cuckoo sandbox and JavaScript de-obfuscators like JSDetox and Revelo to detect and analyze EKs, but these approaches don’t scale very well across billions of websites. In this talk, I'll discuss a new technique to crawl the web at scale and detect EKs using headless browsers equipped with JavaScript and DOM inspectors. I’ll demonstrate a proof of concept and unravel the behavior of some of the latest EKs hiding in plain sight.



Anjum Ahuja

Anjum is a Threat Researcher at Endgame, working on problems related to network security, malwares, and large scale data analysis. He has a background in computer networks, routing and IOT security, and holds multiple patents in these fields. Anjum holds a Masters in computer science from Johns Hopkins University.

Sunday February 12, 2017 4:50pm - 5:20pm
DNA Lounge