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    Tristan Miller - Reversing the Original Xbox Live Protocols


    Tristan (monocasa) Miller, Hacker, he/him

    Presentation Title: Reversing the Original Xbox Live Protocols
    Length of presentation: 45 minutes
    Demo, Tool


    Xbox Live for original Xbox systems launched on November 15, 2002 and was subsequently discontinued on April 15, 2010. The first half of this talk will be an infromation dense overview of the gritty details of how the underlying protocols work and intermixing a retrospective of two decades of how the industry has approached IOT and network security. The second half of the talk will use that base to discuss the architecture of drop in replacement server infrastructure, how the speaker approaches the ethics of third party support for non-updatable abandoned networked devices, and culminating in a demo.

    SPEAKER BIO:

    monocasa has over a decade of industry experience as an engineer in related sub-fields such as firmware development, binary reversing, cloud based device and identity management, and custom tunneling of IP.

    REFERENCES:
    The Xbox hacking scene has a long and storied history that would be impossible to cite completely. The sort of third epoch we're in now has really been moved forward by the XboxDev community (github.com/XboxDev xboxdevwiki.net), particularly the great work by JayFoxRox, Mborgerson. Codeasm's early research into the Xbox's internal concept of identities was also very helpful.



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