Matt Miller works on the Security Science team within Microsoft's Security Engineering Center (MSEC) where he primarily focuses on researching and developing exploit mitigation technology. Some of Matt's past contributions in this space have included a functional implementation of Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR) for Windows 2000/XP/2003 and a mitigation for SEH overwrites that is now known as SEHOP. Prior to joining Microsoft, Matt was involved with the Metasploit framework where he helped develop Metasploit 3.0 and contributed features like Meterpreter and VNC injection. Matt also co-founded the Uninformed Journal and has written articles on exploitation techniques, reverse engineering, and program analysis.
Sessions with this speaker
- BRIEFING | Date: July 25 | Exploit Mitigation Improvements in Win 8