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The world of security is riddled with assumptions and guesses. Using data collected from hundreds of millions of Android devices, we'll establish a baseline for the major factors driving security in the Android ecosystem. This will help provide direction for the issues that we think will benefit the most from security community attention and research contributions.

The majority of deployed asymmetric cryptography implementations (RSA, DH, ECDH/ECDSA with GF(p) curves) need to perform calculations on integers that are larger than a single machine word. Just like every software package, implementations of multi-precision integer arithmetic sometimes have bugs. This talk investigates the implications of these bugs and shows how they can be used by attackers to exploit asymmetric cryptographic primitives. Isolating bug patterns and understanding exploitation requirements allows us to develop strategies for automated bug hunting.

The dynamic nature of ECMAScript allows for functions and properties to be redefined in a variety of ways - even functions that are vital for internal functionality of the ECMAScript engine. This presentation explores the problems that can arise from ECMAScript redefinition. It goes through the various ways that functions and properties can be redefined in different ECMAScript implementations and describes several vulnerabilities we found as a result of these methods. It also provides some strategies for finding these types of security issues in other targets.