10-17, 09:30–10:00 (Europe/Luxembourg), Salle Europe
In this talk, we will dive into exclusive data collection and analysis techniques specific to this decentralized network. We'll also take a quick tour of IPFS's wide range of applications and provide practical tips and tricks to help you secure your organization.
Join us for an in-depth exploration of IPFS, where we'll uncover its inner workings and dive into exclusive data collection and analysis techniques specific to this decentralized network. We'll also take a quick tour of IPFS's wide range of applications, including both everyday uses and those that may involve questionable or risky activities, giving you a comprehensive understanding of its capabilities.
In addition, we will try to help you fortify your organization against any potential misuse or harm facilitated through IPFS. We will provide practical tips and tricks during our talk, empowering you to strengthen your security measures.
Patrick Ventuzelo is a senior security researcher, CEO & founder of Fuzzinglabs. After working for the French Ministry of Defense, he specialized in fuzzing, vulnerability research, and reverse engineering. Over the years, Patrick has created multiple fuzzers, found hundreds of bugs, and published various blog posts/videos/tools on topics like Rust, Go, Blockchain, WebAssembly, and Browser security. Patrick is a regular speaker and trainer at various security conferences around the globe, including BlackHat USA, OffensiveCon, REcon, RingZer0, PoC, ToorCon, hack.lu, NorthSec, SSTIC, and others.
Tanguy is a security engineer currently working as a Blockchain/OSINT expert at FuzzingLabs. He has four years of hands-on experience in blockchain technology, gained through multiple projects at leading tech companies and French research institutions. In addition to his expertise in blockchain, Tanguy possesses a deep knowledge of OSINT. At FuzzingLabs, he focuses on developing tools to facilitate investigations, profiling, and de-anonymization related to blockchains. Tanguy is also exploring the use of new Web3 protocols such as IPFS, with the aim of deepening our understanding of these emerging technologies.