In this session, Troy Hunt – Security MVP and founder of ASafaWeb – takes us on a journey through cyber security.

Cyber-attacks on the web are increasingly common and are having greater impact than ever. However, they’re almost always exploiting the same common vulnerabilities that we – the developers – keep building into the software. In this session you’ll see just how easy we’re making it for hackers to be successful on the web. We’ll mount a SQL injection attack, crack your salted and hashed passwords and hijack your wireless connection. But most importantly, we’ll look at the patterns you can easily implement to defend against these attacks.

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About the speakers

About the speakers

Mr Security

Troy is a software architect and Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP) focusing on security concepts and process improvement in software delivery within a large enterprise environment. His specialties include C# ASP.Net, SQL Server, SOA, SharePoint, Security and Continuous Integration

You can check out more from Troy at his blog page

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