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Black Hat Europe 2017:
New Briefings Announced

We are pleased to announce More Briefings selected for presentation at Black Hat Europe 2017!

As our Black Hat Europe Review Board continues review a record number of submissions, we are releasing new selections in batches. Below are the most recently announced Briefings, with links to their abstracts.

For a complete list of ALL Briefings selected to date, and to search by specific tracks, click here.

Attacks Against GSMA's M2M Remote Provisioning
by Maxime Meyer
    
Automatic Discovery of Evasion Vulnerabilities Using Targeted Protocol Fuzzing
by Olli-Pekka Niemi and Antti Levomäki

BlueBorne - A New Class of Airborne Attacks that can Remotely Compromise Any Linux/IoT Device
by Ben Seri and Gregory Vishnepolsky
    
Enraptured Minds Strategic Gaming of Cognitive Mindhacks
by Fyodor Yarochkin, Lion Gu, and Vladimir Kropotov
    
Exfiltrating Reconnaissance Data from Air-Gapped ICS/SCADA Networks
by David Atch

Fed Up Getting Shattered and Logjamed? A New Generation of Crypto is Coming
by David Wong
    
I Trust my Zombies: A Trust-Enabled Botnet
by Emmanouil Vasilomanolakis, Max Mühlhäuser, Jan Helge Wolf, Leon Böck and Shankar Karuppayah
    
Key Reinstallation Attacks: Breaking the WPA2 Protocol
by Mathy Vanhoef
    
Wi-Fi Direct to Hell: Attacking Wi-Fi Direct Protocol Implementations
by Andrés Blanco
    
Zero Days, Thousands of Nights: The Life and Times of Zero-Day Vulnerabilities and Their Exploits
by Lillian Ablon

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