FuzzCon Europe - WebSecurity Edition was a full success. We were happy to welcome over 500 participants online. In case you missed the event or you want to rewatch certain talks, you can find the recordings of each presentation below.
Simon Bennetts is the OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) Project Leader and a Distinguished Engineer at StackHawk. His philosophy is that you cannot build web applications without knowing how to attack them.
Marina Polishchuk is passionate about systematically testing complex software. She is currently working at Microsoft Research on the problem of how to find security and reliability bugs in cloud services through fuzzing their REST APIs.
Together with his team, Abhishek Arya launched OSS-Fuzz back in 2016. Since then, it has found over 1200 vulnerabilities. Fabian Meumertzheim, was one of the leading engineers behind Jazzer, Code Intelligence’s open-source fuzzer for JVM-based languages, which has recently been integrated into OSS-Fuzz.
As CTO of Code Intelligence, Khaled Yakdan drives the customer-oriented development of the CI Fuzz testing platform. As a malware analyst, he is an expert in binary code analysis with over 7 years of experience in reverse engineering and penetration testing.
At the end of FuzzCon Europe - WebSecurity Edition, all speakers came together for a panel discussion about web security with a special focus on fuzzing. The discussion was moderated by Snyk's Boris Paskalev.
At Code Intelligence, we have already fixed thousands of bugs with our fuzzing engine for the JVM. Now its core is available to the community. We are excited to announce the open source launch of Jazzer.