Live Code Security Audit

If you're curious in how to find software vulnerabilities that are the basis of kernel exploitation, then watch Dr Silvio Cesare perform a live code review of a subsystem in the Linux kernel.

The Linux kernel is written in C and sees classic software bugs such as buffer overflows, integer wraparounds, and memory corruption. The expectation is that within 90 minutes, a vulnerability or several will be found.

The resulting bugs will be reported to the Linux kernel security team.


Dr Sivlio Cesare is a Co-Director of InfoSect and BSides Canberra.

Before concentrating on InfoSect full time, he was the Director of Education and Training for Cyber Security at UNSW Canberra, ADFA.

He has worked in both defensive and offensive technical roles within industry in France, Australia, and the United States. He has published in academia, gone to research commercialization with a major security vendor, and written a book.

Silvio streams his code review on Twitch and YouTube.

Date & time

12–1.30pm 5 Sep 2018



Dr Silvio Cesare

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