22 au 24 février, 2023
Montréal, Canada

A better way to test websockets for security issues

Websockets became very popular over the last few years, regular security tools are not catching a lot of the security issues related to websockets. Most popular tools are more suited to the HTTP protocol. This talk will outline the various gaps in existing tooling available to test applications that use websockets. It will also demonstrate a new opensource tool which was designed specifically for testing websockets.

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Jonathan Fitz-Gerald

SoftwareSecured

Jonathan is a penetration tester and has over 10 years of experience in the IT security industry. When not hacking or developing hacking tools, he like to spend time on side projects like his hydroponic garden.

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