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OWASP South Dakota

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Presentation Material

I've posted my slide deck for the October 2012 meeting at:

Meeting Information

    October 17th, 2012 at 7 pm

    University Center North (4801 N. Career Avenue - the building on the northwest corner of campus) - Room 149


Refreshments will be provided by SDN Communications.

The October 2012 itinerary will be as follows:

  • Networking/Introductions
  • Chapter Business
  • Josh Stroschein will be presenting on hacking .NET applications (or disassembling .NET clients). This presentation will look at decompiling .NET applications for purposes such as security audits and spy/ad-ware analysis. The goal will be to decompile, alter and optionally recompile .NET applications. Topics will include: .NET framework, Common Language Runtime, Intermediate Language, code obfuscation/deobfuscation. Tools will be provided for anyone interested in following along.

This meeting is being sponsored by SDN Communications.

Chapter meetings are free and open to the public!

SD OWASP Board Members

  • President Josh Stroschein
  • - josh.stroschein AT
  • Vice President Jim Hulscher
  • Secretary Vacant


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