다음주, 저희 정보보호대학원에서는 KAIST, 윤인수 교수님을 모시고 "Memory Allocator Security: From CTF to Research" 주제로 아래와 같이 세미나를 개최하고자 합니다.
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Title: Memory Allocator Security: From CTF to Research
Capture The Flag (CTF) is a well-known and effective platform in security education by supporting isolated environments to practice hacking skills. CTF covers many hacking skills, including web hacking techniques, binary exploitations, and even trendy topics like machine learning or cryptocurrencies. One of the most famous techniques would be heap exploitation techniques that exploit heap vulnerabilities (e.g., heap overflow or use-after-free).
This talk will share my experience in developing research topics from CTF skills. In particular, this talk will show how to automate the discovery of heap exploitation techniques, which are well-known knowledge to CTF players. This talk will introduce my two works, ArcHeap and HardsHeap, which are published in Usenix Security 2020 and ACM CCS 2021, respectively. ArcHeap is a tool to automatically discover heap exploitation techniques. For that, ArcHeap leverages model-based search, custom oracles to determine heap exploitation techniques, and delta-debugging to eliminate redundancies. HardsHeap extends this idea to secure allocators with randomized mechanisms, which are difficult to handle in ArcHeap.
Insu Yun is an assistant professor at KAIST. He is interested in system security in general, especially, binary analysis, automatic vulnerability detection, and automatic exploit generation. His work has been published to the major computer conferences such as IEEE Security & Privacy, USENIX Security, and USENIX OSDI. Particularly, his research won the best paper award from USENIX Security and OSDI in 2018.
In addition to research, he has been participating in several hacking competitions as a hacking expert. In particular, he won Pwn2Own 2020 by compromising Apple Safari and won DEFCON CTF in 2015 and 2018, which is the world hacking competition.
Prior to joining KAIST, he received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Georgia Tech in 2020.
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