Christoph Rottermanner

My name is Christoph Rottermanner and I come from Randegg in Lower Austria. In 2015 I finished my bachelor degree in IT-Security at the University of Applied Sciences in Sankt Pölten and in 2017 the master degree in Information-Security. I am currently employed at it.sec, where I mainly perform penetration tests of web applications as well as on-site infrastructure tests. In April 2016, I successfully completed the OSCP (Offensive Security Certified Professional) certification. In my spare time I develop projects in Python, search for vulnerabilities in websites by taking part in bug bounty programs or deal with current security-related topics. I can be found on Twitter under @pycycle and I have my own blog.

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A handshake for vulnerabilities - A short dive into Krack and Dragonblood
Christoph Rottermanner, Philip Madelmayer

We all know and love it and would like to have it available all over the world - Wireless LAN. A technology that is used in many places to provide free Internet access, enable networking for various components or to move freely in offices and at home. But how secure is the wireless network that connects so many devices?
This talk will explore this question and try to give a brief overview of the functionality of the encryption standards WPA2 and WPA3 and explain known attacks on these two standards. The talk will also demonstrate the use of the well-known Krackattack.

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