NEW: Hack-Fu - Deconstructing the Security Capabilities of the Solaris 10 OS

For the Sun CEC 2007 conference this year, I revamped my originalPractical Solaris 10 Security presentation that I had originally mentioned here. The new version of the presentation is titled Hack-Fu - Deconstructing the Security Capabilities of the Solaris 10 OS.

While the title is a little more "catchy", the real change is that the presentation was enhanced to provide a more complete practical demonstration of Solaris 10 security capabilities. The presentation is structured from the viewpoint of a potential attacker examining the system from the network. As each new capability is discussed, barriers are lifted -- one by one -- until the attacker is given root access inside a Solaris 10 non-global zone.

While I have not had a chance to record the talk putting audio to the slides, you can still follow along as many of the examples in the presentation are based upon Sun BluePrints and HOWTOs that have already been published such as:

and a few others. I am always tuning and tweaking these presentations to address new features, improve their clarity, and make the examples more realistic. So, be sure to give it a look and send along your feedback. Also, don't forget to check out the OpenSolaris Security Community Presentations Library for other presentations featuring Solaris 10 and OpenSolaris content!

Take care,

Glenn

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