Circle of Mugging: Identity Theft in Moscow Metro

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Author: George Noseevich

Since January 2015, the Moscow Metro Wi-Fi has officially become available on all the subway lines, and as early as the end of the month the network got compulsory identification by a mobile phone number. The speaker will talk about the system’s implementation features and weak points and explain how hackers can “trick” the identification or use someone else’s phone number to get the access. As a bonus, you will learn how to get the mobile number of “that hot blonde over there”.

  • Language
  • Russian

George Noseevich is a Ph.D. student of the Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, Moscow State University. George does commercial pentesting and participates in online competitions and bug bounties both individually and as a member of the Bushwhackers CTF team. His research is mostly focused on finding logic vulnerabilities in web applications as well as protecting applications against targeted attacks that exploit logic flaws. He has also been a speaker at international and local conferences –  ZeroNights 2012, Hack In The Box 2013, SysSec Workshop 2011.

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