Stacking the Virtual Deck: Attacks by Predicting RNGs

Many programs written today require the ability to generate pseudo-random values. There are many ways of doing this and most languages and platforms choose unfortunate defaults, allowing attackers to predict the output of these RNGs and launch a variety of practical attacks. The presenter discusses how some of these RNGs work and how they can be exploited.

Provided by: SecurityTube.net Topic: Security Date Added: Oct 2015 Format: Webcast

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