von Felix 'FX' Lindner (Phenoelit)

With a bleeding heart and blisters from patching, many ask whether all crypto code is broken, useless, or NSA-infected. So let's look at the details, what they mean for operating environments and how we can make things better in the future. This talk focuses on practical implementations and common vulnerabilities in those, so we can fix instead of repeating them. Let's worry about the NSA when we get there.

Über den Autor Felix 'FX' Lindner:

Felix 'FX' Lindner is the founder as well as the technical and research lead of Recurity Labs GmbH, a high-end security consulting and research team, specializing in code analysis and design of secure systems and protocols. Well known within the computer security community, he has presented his research for over a decade at conferences worldwide. Felix holds a title as German State-Certified Technical Assistant for Informatics and Information Technology as well as Certified Information Systems Security Professional, is highly specialized in digital attack technologies, but recently changed the direction of his research to defense, since the latter seems to be a lot less fun.