Monday, August 6, 2007

David LeBlanc @ BlackHat : Practical Windows Sandboxing

One of the main reasons I went to BlackHat last week was for David LeBlanc and his presentation about windows sandboxing. Unfortunately I missed it. I really don't know what happened. David was the last one of a series of three 20minute talks. I was there for the first two but it looked like they cancelled both of them. Thinking that they cancelled the series, I left the room and went to see the fuzzing talk by Pedram Amini (Very interesting by the way).

Fortunately David blogged about his presentation:

Part 1:

This is actually really interesting and it's awesome that restricted tokens and job objects are now used for sandboxing by Microsoft. I really wish I hadn't missed this talk!

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