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6 Real-World Threats to Chromebooks and ChromeOS

August 8, 2022

S02 E05: Prepare to Meet Pedram Amini

In episode 5 of Season 2, Marco interviews Pedram Amini, a world renowned expert in fuzzing and hacking. Pedram has presented a variety of research at different conferences such as BlackHat, DefCon, Microsoft Bluehat, and Virus Bulletin to name a few. He’s also taught numerous sold-out courses on reverse engineering.

In this episode, Marco and Pedram dive deep into finding bugs, fuzzing and how Pedram started ZDI. Pedram takes us through the mindset of bootstrapping companies and what it takes to make them successful.

S02 E05: Prepare to Meet Pedram Amini

“From a young age, I’ve always been into puzzles, you know, and at some point I had gotten my hands on a laptop in the early years in high school. And as a matter of necessity, just to get access to the software, I picked up a copy of Soft Ice and I started cracking protection codes. And I found that that process actually of reverse engineering to crack those codes was more fun than any puzzles I’ve ever done. And so really, the debugger and the compiler are the last puzzle I ever picked up.”

S02 E05: Prepare to Meet Pedram Amini

“From a young age, I’ve always been into puzzles, you know, and at some point I had gotten my hands on a laptop in the early years in high school. And as a matter of necessity, just to get access to the software, I picked up a copy of Soft Ice and I started cracking protection codes. And I found that that process actually of reverse engineering to crack those codes was more fun than any puzzles I’ve ever done. And so really, the debugger and the compiler are the last puzzle I ever picked up.”

How Did You Get Into Reverse Engineering?

“From a young age, I’ve always been into puzzles, you know, and at some point I had gotten my hands on a laptop in the early years in high school. And as a matter of necessity, just to get access to the software, I picked up a copy of Soft Ice and I started cracking protection codes. And I found that that process actually of reverse engineering to crack those codes was more fun than any puzzles I’ve ever done. And so really, the debugger and the compiler are the last puzzle I ever picked up.”

  • 6 Real-World Threats to Chromebooks and ChromeOS
  • Today’s cyber attackers move fast.
  • 6 Real-World Threats to Chromebooks and ChromeOS
  • Today’s cyber attackers move fast.

How Did You Get Into Reverse Engineering?

“From a young age, I’ve always been into puzzles, you know, and at some point I had gotten my hands on a laptop in the early years in high school. And as a matter of necessity, just to get access to the software, I picked up a copy of Soft Ice and I started cracking protection codes. And I found that that process actually of reverse engineering to crack those codes was more fun than any puzzles I’ve ever done. And so really, the debugger and the compiler are the last puzzle I ever picked up.”

S02 E05: Prepare to Meet Pedram Amini

“From a young age, I’ve always been into puzzles, you know, and at some point I had gotten my hands on a laptop in the early years in high school. And as a matter of necessity, just to get access to the software, I picked up a copy of Soft Ice and I started cracking protection codes. And I found that that process actually of reverse engineering to crack those codes was more fun than any puzzles I’ve ever done. And so really, the debugger and the compiler are the last puzzle I ever picked up.”

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