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  • WHAT

    REcon is a computer security conference with a focus on reverse engineering and advanced exploitation techniques. It is held annually in Montreal, Canada.

    For more information, including pricing and hotel reservation details, head over to the conference page.

    WHEN

    Conference: June 17-19, 2016

    Training: June 13-16, 2016

    WHERE

    REcon will be held in downtown Montreal, Canada at the Hyatt Regency Montreal.

    REGISTER

    Conference registration is now open.

  • Schedule Published!

    The REcon 2016 Schedule has been published!

  • Talk Cancellation

    It is not without regret that we must inform you that one speaker will be unable to come and present at this year’s conference. Dhiru Kholia, with his talk “Audible DRM scheme”, will not be with us in Montreal next week.

  • Recon 2016 Final Selection Confirmed!

    The final selection of talks for Recon 2016 has been confirmed. The presentations are:

    • A Monitor Darkly: Reversing and Exploiting Ubiquitous On-Screen-Display Controllers in Modern Monitors by Ang Cui, Francois Charbonneau and Jatin Kataria
    • Abusing the NT Kernel Shim Engine by Alex Ionescu
    • Audible DRM scheme by Dhiru Kholia
    • BBS-Era Exploitation for Fun and Anachronism by Derek Soeder and Paul Mehta
    • Black box reverse engineering for unknown/custom instruction sets by David Carne
    • Breaking Band by Nico Golde and Daniel Komaromy
    • Dangerous Optimizations and the Loss of Causality by Robert C. Seacord
    • Go Speed Tracer by Richard Johnson
    • Hardware-Assisted Rootkits and Instrumentation: ARM Edition by Matt Spisak
    • How Do I Crack Satellite and Cable Pay TV? by Chris Gerlinsky
    • JavaJournal by Jason Geffner
    • Keystone: the last missing framework of Reverse Engineering by Nguyen Anh Quynh
    • Monitoring & controlling kernel-mode events by HyperPlatform by Satoshi Tanda and Igor Korkin
    • More Flash, More Fun! by Natalie Silvanovich
    • Movfuscator-Be-Gone by Julian Kirsch and Clemens Jonischkeit
    • Process Failure Modes by James Forshaw
    • Reverse Engineering ISC controllers by diamondman
    • Shooting the OS X El Capitan Kernel Like a Sniper by Liang Chen and Qidan He
    • Sol[IDA]rity by Markus Gaasedelen and Nick Burnett
    • The Remote Metamorphic Engine by Amro Abdelgawad
    • Visiting The Bear Den by Joan Calvet, Jessy Campos and Thomas Dupuy
    • When Governments Attack by Cooper Quintin and Eva Galperin
  • Sold-Out

    The conference is now at full capacity. A small quantity of slots are still held for participants wishing to take part in the training sessions; if you would like to do so, contact us at info recon cx.

    If you would like to register your interest for the conference in case some participants release or cancel their tickets, you can send us a short email at regwaitinglist2016 recon cx to get on the waiting list, which will be used on a first-come first-served basis.

    Thank you so much for your overwhelming support, we are looking forward to celebrating our 10th aniversary with all of you this summer!

  • First round of presentations confirmed!

    The first round of talks for Recon 2016 has been confirmed, with the final selection coming after the closure of the CFP, which is approaching quickly on April 15th! The presentations are:

    • Abusing the NT Kernel Shim Engine by Alex Ionescu
    • Audible DRM scheme by Dhiru Kholia
    • Breaking Band by Nico Golde and Daniel Komaromy
    • Hardware-Assisted Rootkits and Instrumentation: ARM Edition by Matt Spisak
    • How Do I Crack Satellite and Cable Pay TV? by Chris Gerlinsky
    • More Flash, More Fun! by Natalie Silvanovich
  • New training by Rolf Rolles!

    We’re proud to annouce a new offering on this year’s training line-up: Binary Literacy: Systematic Static Reverse Engineering by Rolf Rolles!

    Click here if you’d like to learn more.

  • Recon 2016 CFP

    The REcon 2016 CFP and Trainings have been announced!

  • Last year's recordings are now available

    The REcon 2015 recordings have been made available, you can grab them here, the slides are also up in case you missed them!

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