On the last Saturday the 22nd of November, I attended BSidesVienna 2014 to deliver a talk about BurpSentinel. This tool is a Burp Suite extension giving better control over semi-automated requests sent to a given web application page. The presentation also covered aspects on automated Cross-Site Scripting and SQL injection detection. Despite talking early in the day (10 am), the room was pretty crowded a few minutes into the presentation, and the attendees quite interested.
The location of BSidesVienna, an old cinema, was awesome and located right in the middle of Vienna, close to the Art district. Noteworthy is that all drinks, food and t-shirts were completely free, which is impressive for a free event! Other presentations covered e.g. the (in)security of fitness trackers, Android malware analysis or the comparison between the Manhattan project and the Snowden revelations. The slides will be available on the website soon.
Finally, I want to thank the organizers for the cool event, and Compass Security AG to sponsor the trip to Vienna.
Slides of the presentation: