Trust but verify: Why you should update
2022-04-22, 17:00–17:45 (Europe/Vienna), HS i12
Language: English

Some members of the local CTF team, LosFuzzys, present their favorite exploits of the year, discussing their impact and giving a high-level overview. Examples include 0click iMessage, log4J, and many more.
The talk is aimed at people that are interested in information security, however all backgrounds are welcome.


LosFuzzys is a group of people interested in information security who participate in competitive hacking competitions called capture-the-flag or CTFs.
We are very interested in information security and technology in general. CTFs provide a challenging way of practicing information security-related skills and teamwork in diverse teams. CTFs are collaborative and competitive at the same time and most importantly, they are fun.

Lena Heimberger is a student at TU Graz and team captain of the CTF team LosFuzzys. She focuses on the implementation and mathematical aspects of information security.
She is also active lockpicker at the Austrian lockpicking association OpenLocks.

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Markus Schifermüller is a student of computer science at the university of TU-Graz and a member of the CTF team LosFuzzys.

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Hannes Weissteiner is a student at TU Graz and Hacker/CTF player with LosFuzzys.
Majoring in Information Security, he enjoys the lower level of computer architecture: Hardware hacking, reverse engineering programs for weird architectures, sidechannels and more

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