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Friday, September 22 • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Common Developer Crypto Mistakes (with illustrations in Java)

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During the past 7 years, I have examined how cryptography has been used in 200+ different projects from a security risk perspective. This includes 85+ design reviews well over 100 secure code reviews (mostly Java with some C/C++ and C# thrown in for good measure) performed for two different companies. That includes both proprietary code of these 2 companies, proprietary vendor code reviewed under NDAs, as well as some FOSS code. This talk explores the most commonly observed applied cryptography mistakes made by developers during that 7 year window, how you can spot those mistakes, and finally describes how to correct them.

 



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Kevin Wall

Information Security Engineer, Wells Fargo
Kevin Wall has been involved in application security for the past 15+ years, but he still considers himself a developer first and an appsec engineer second. During most of those 15+ years, Kevin has specialized in applied cryptography and web appsec. Before transitioning to apps... Read More →


Friday September 22, 2017 1:30pm - 2:15pm
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