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You missed the Android Security Symposium? Watch the video recordings on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist…
All* videos and slides are finally online.
https://usmile.at/symposium/program

Thanks again to all speakers, sponsors, and participants!

Talks from the Android Security Symposium in Vienna, Austria on 8-10 March 2017 • https://usmile.at/symposium
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#FlipFengShui aka #Drammer aka #rowhammer on ARM by Victor van der Veen - unfortunately already the last talk at this year's Android Security Symposium

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Petar Tsankov on deobfuscating Android applications, also available as online service at http://apk-deguard.com/

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Tim Strazzere and Caleb Fenton on APKiD

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Srdjan Capkun @ETHZurich on secure positioning and proximity as 2nd factor for online authentication

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Starting into the last day of the Android Security Symposium - if you haven't already heard: submission to ARES 2017 is still open

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Michael Peck and Carlton Northern now talking about assessing app security

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Let's see how to get certificate pinning right with John Kozyrakis

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Hugues Thiebeauld on analyzing code to check if security measures have been implemented appropriately

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Up next: What's NNNNew in Android Security? by Scott Alexander-Bown

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Nikolay Elenkov talking about app security testing

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Second day just started; more exciting talks at the symposium

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Erinn Atwater presenting Shatter (pretty cool crypto stuff)

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This morning: Nick Kralevich (Google) on Android system security evolution and Patrick McCanna (AT&T) on bringing (security) updates to actual devices in the field (aka maintenance releases)

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Michael Roland just opened this year's Android Security Symposium

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Android Security Symposium ready to open tomorrow morning - three days of exciting talks - really looking forward to that

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Happy to welcome John Kozyrakis and Victor van der Veen as speakers at the symposium! 8-10 March, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria

• John Kozyrakis (Cigital): Pinning: Not as simple as it sounds.
• Victor van der Veen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam): Drammer: Flip Feng Shui goes mobile

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