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Friday, March 10 • 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Federal Bug Bounty Programs: Hacking the Feds for Fun and Profit (Mostly Profit)
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A presentation detailing my adventures and experiences with the US Department of Defense open bug bounty programs. Details of the types of vulnerabilities one might find through these programs, both "textbook easysauce" and "OMG who would do that?" levels of difficulty. Will also provide some guidance and suggestions for sucessfully finding, exploiting, documenting and managing your own vulnerabilities and most importantly, getting paid to hack.

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Application Security and Penetration Testing
The Corpsman is retired military, spent many years in trauma and combat medicine. Now working in application security, he helps engineering organizations develop more secure software, and then turns around and runs penetration tests and red team engagements against them. He has successfully hacked both the Pentagon and the Army and managed to stay out of prison. He has not beaten anyone with a folding chair in 3 weeks, so he is adjusting to... Read More →

Friday March 10, 2017 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Track 1 Salt Palace Convention Center

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