Kirils Solovjovs is an IT policy activist, bug bounty hunter, and the most visible white-hat hacker in Latvia having discovered and responsibly disclosed or reported multiple security vulnerabilities in information systems of both national and international significance. He has extensive experience in social engineering, penetration testing, network flow analysis, reverse engineering, and the legal dimension.
He has developed the jailbreak tool for Mikrotik RouterOS, as well as created e-Saeima, helping the Latvian Parliament become the first parliament in the world that is prepared for a fully remote legislative process. He has spoken at many amazing conferences including Hack In The Box, Hack in Paris, TyphoonCon, MCH2022, 35C3, CONFidence, BalCCon, Nullcon, and of course Hackfest.
MITM on PSTN -- novel methods for intercepting phone calls
In this talk the author proposes a novel method for intercepting phone calls over PSTN, including mobile networks.
We'll briefly each discuss the necessary components of the attack, including Caller ID spoofing, SS7, call diverts, and social engineering, and then join the all together to form the novel attack method.
NOTH1NG T0 HID3
This talk revisits the theme of personal privacy in the digital world, this time centring around the "I've got nothing to hide" argument. A beam of intensive light is shed on the motivation behind caring about one's privacy. We go in depth into what we can do to stay private and should we even try to do it at all. We talk about where we as an global society were able to fix privacy and where we have failed. New topics previously not covered are discussed, such as AI/LLMs.