Our editorial team has handpicked the best of the best talks at DEF CON 26 -is one of the world's largest hacker conventions, held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada. Following is the list of top talks on Malware Security at DEF CON 26.

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1. Looking for Perfect Signature : An Automatic YARA Rules Generation ...

Speakers: 

Andrea Marcelli, PhD Student @ Politecnico di Torino and Security Researcher

In this talk I will present YaYaGen (Yet Another YARA Rule Generator), a tool to automatically generate Android malware signatures. Performances have been evaluated on a massive dataset of millions of applications available in the Koodous project, showing that in a few minutes the algorithm can generate precise ruleset able to catch 0-day malware, better than human generated ones.

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2. RING 0/-2 ROOKITS : COMPROMISING DEFENSES

Speakers:

Alexandre Borges

The purpose of this presentation is to show clearly and without too much details that often hinders understanding, how these threats act, which components are attacked, what are the techniques used by these advanced malware to subvert the system and how existing protections work .

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3. Finding Xori: Malware Analysis Triage with Automated Disassembly

Speakers:

  • Amanda Rousseau, Senior Malware Researcher at Endgame Inc.
  • Rich Seymour, Senior Data Scientist at Endgame Inc

In this talk, We will go over the pain-points of conventional open source disassemblers that Xori solves, examples of identifying suspicious functionality, and some of the interesting things we've done with the library. We invite everyone in the community to use it, help contribute and make it an increasingly valuable tool for researchers alike.

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4. Your Peripheral Has Planted Malware—An Exploit of NXP SOCs Vulnerab...

Speakers:

  • Thanh Bui, Security Researcher, Aalto University, Finland
  • Siddharth Rao, Security Researcher, Aalto University, Finland

In this talk, we will share the ARM Cortex M SOC vulnerability that we discovered and it will be two parts:

  • The first is security measurement build within the SOC and how we break it. We could gain control of changing the SOC unique ID and write the firmware or even turn the device into a trojan or bot.
  • The second is security measure built around the SOC and how we break the Secure Boot elements and write into the firmware.

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