Monday, September 22, 2008

Hacking Java Remote Method Invocation

Things have been a quiet here recently. I have been preparing for my RMI hacking presentation for OWASP in NYC. I have developed a suite of tools which finger print an RMI service and aid in building the vital stub component which is required to communicate with RMI services. A video of my presentation will be available on the coming weeks and the software will be released soon. You can find an abstract of my talk here:

Security Assessing Java RMI at OWASP NYC

I look forward to seeing you all.

3 comments:

Eric Monti said...

Hello. I enjoyed your talk. No sign of the tools you published, though. Got a link?

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