Introduction to Cryptographic Attacks - Octavius 6

Introduction to Cryptographic Attacks - Octavius 6

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Caesars Palace

Paradise, NV 89109

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Introduction to Cryptographic Attacks

Instructor - Matt Cheung

Pre-Requisites - None, though some moderate math and programming experience is useful.

Abstract - Cryptography can seem like a mysterious black box making attacks even more mysterious. Introduction to Cryptographic Attacks is for those who have no experience with cryptographic attacks and how they work. In this workshop you will learn how simple some of these attacks are, and you will build a foundation in cryptographic primitives and potential weak points of real world systems.

The workshop will lead attendees through CTF style crypto challenges that illustrate critical cryptographic weaknesses. I recommend coming prepared with a Python environment and the following modules: cryptography or PyCrypto, gmpy2 (requires installing gmp), and requests.

Required materials - Laptop installed with Python as I will have some code snippets to help with the exercises.

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