This year edition GreHack will be held during two days:
- CONFERENCE : Friday November 17th all day.
- WORKSHOP : Friday November 17th evening.
- SOCIAL EVENT : Friday November 17th night. THE social event to talk about security and enjoying drinks. 🍻
> Food and drinks will be provided.
- CTF : Saturday November 18th all day. A 8-hour competition for beginner and experienced hackers.
|UTC+01:00||Friday November 17th||Who|
|9:10am||Google Apps Script - this talk requires access to your e-mails||Nicolas Kovacs and Sébastien Rolland|
|9:40am||Virtualization from an attacker Point-Of-View||Corentin Bayet and Thomas Bouzerar|
|10:45am||Vulnerability in the QR Code of the Izly phone application||Clément Gindrier|
|11:00am||Unlocking the Drive: Exploiting Tesla Model 3||David Berard and Vincent Dehors|
|2:00pm||System Introspection applied to Micro-Services Pentests in K8S Clusters||Laluka and Christophe Biguereau|
|2:30pm||Won't You Please, Please --help Me?||Thomas Chauchefoin|
|3:30pm||Ubuntu Shiftfs: Unbalanced Unlock Exploitation Attempt (CVE-2023-2612)||Jean-Baptiste Cayrou|
|5:00pm||The Enigma myth||Edmond Kern|
|UTC+01:00||Saturday November 18th|
|10:00am||CTF start||6:00pm||CTF end|
Google Apps Script - this talk requires access to your e-mails - Nicolas Kovacs and Sébastien Rolland
Virtualization from an attacker Point-Of-View - Corentin Bayet and Thomas Bouzerar
Vulnerability in the QR Code of the Izly phone application - Clément Gindrier
Unlocking the Drive: Exploiting Tesla Model 3 - David Berard and Vincent Dehors
System Introspection applied to Micro-Services Pentests in K8S Clusters - Laluka and Christophe Biguereau
Won't You Please, Please --help Me? - Thomas Chauchefoin
Ubuntu Shiftfs: Unbalanced Unlock Exploitation Attempt (CVE-2023-2612) - Jean-Baptiste Cayrou
The Enigma myth - Edmond Kern
The Enigma coding machine has been invented by Alexander Koch in 1919. This machine has been adopted by the Reichsmarine in 1926 and by the Reichswehr in 1928.
Thanks to the billions of available combinations, Germans blindly trusted their machine. They learned only in 1973 that their messages had been decoded.
The first messages were decoded in 1932 thanks to captain Gustave Bertrand from the french intelligence services, documents provided by Hans-Thilo Schmidt and to the polish Biuro Szyfrów. This research was reused by Alan Turing at the beginning of the Second World War.
Enigma operators have been order to destroy machines and coding books to prevent their enemies using it.Therefore only a few Enigma coding machines still exist nowadays.
This presentation will be performed in French and you will be able to see an authentic Enigma (and not a replica!) coding machine.
A french summary of the presentation is available at ENIGMA_CommuniquePresse_2023.pdf