Security: Sandboxing with Christopher Liebchen (Google)

Technical University of Munich
Wed, Aug 19, 2020, 7:00 PM (CEST)

About this event

C and C++ persist as popular programming languages thanks to the flexibility and performance they provide to developers. However, these benefits come at the costs that software written in C/C++ are often prone to exploitable memory-corruption vulnerabilities which allow adversaries to take control of the vulnerable applications. Despite the recent advances in fuzzing, to uncover these vulnerabilities, and defenses to mitigate this class of vulnerabilities, the problem is far from being solved.

In this talk we provide an in-depth overview over different state-of-the-art sandboxing techniques, their underlying principles and challenges.


  • Christopher Liebchen

    Christopher Liebchen


    Information Security Engineer

    Christopher is currently working as an information security engineer at Google. Before, he worked at Qualcomm’s product security team and received his PhD, which focused on memory-corruption attacks and defenses, from Technische Universität Darmstadt.

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  • Organizers

  • Liangda Wang

    Liangda Wang

    GDSC Lead

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  • Florian Müller

    Florian Müller

    Lead @ DSC Munich

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  • Viviana Sutedjo

    Viviana Sutedjo

    DSC Munich Core team

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  • Andreas Zimmerer

    Andreas Zimmerer

    DSC Munich Core team

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  • Melanie Sammer

    Melanie Sammer

    DSC Munich Core team

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  • Daniel Bilic

    Daniel Bilic

    DSC Munich Core team

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  • Berzan Yildiz

    Berzan Yildiz

    DSC Munich Core team

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