The TaiG Jailbreak Team has announced a Mobile Security Summit (MSS) that will be held on March 27, 2015. The summit takes place in Beijing, China and will feature presentations from some important members of jailbreak community, including Comex, Chronic, Pimskeks, P0sixninja, XN, Ray Xie, Roy Li, and others.
MSS (Mobile Security Summit) is the most authoritive annual summit in mobile industry of China. The first annual summit of MSS will be held on 27th March, 2015. On the occasion, top hacker groups and mobile internet security experts as well as information security staffs in every industries from China and abroad will come together, and they will discuss and share their opinions of mobile security problems. For better media communication, we warmly welcome media of any size to join us, especially media focused on mobile security.
There’s only a few days left for those interested in submitting an application to attend. The group says it will need to approve applications. “We will finish the review process in 5 workdays after we receive your application. During that period, we would contact the applicant to make sure if he/she fits the requirements of participating MSS.”
Once approved, a QR code will sent giving you access to the venue. “Once we confirmed your identity, we would send a QR code invitation to the Email address in that application. Please show it to the invitation inspector when entering into the summit place.”
Here’s a look at the presentations, you’ll have access to.
09:10 – 09:40 – Ray Xie,Team leader of Taig: The reason for us to jailbreak.
Who are we? What does jailbreak mean for us? Why do people need to jailbreak? Explain the reason for us to jailbreak.
09:40 – 10:10 – Nikias Bassen (pimskeks): Jailbreaking: Fun, Risk, and Opportunities
“Jailbreaking: Fun, Risk, and Opportunities – About iOS security, creating jailbreaks, and their importance for research and other things”
10:40 – 11:10 – Will Strafach(@Chronic)
Something about jailbreak(not sure now)
11:20 – 12:00 – [Round Table Forum] Jailbreak and the future of iOS
14:10 – 14:40 – XN: Me and our jailbreak
Who is he? What has he done? What will he do in the future? After jailbreak, the world we faced and the plugins we developed.
14: 50-15: 20 – Nicholas Allegra(@Comex): Anatomy of a Jailbreak
Pick a jailbreak (not sure which one) and cover how the exploits in it work from beginning to end.
15: 50-16: 20 – Joshua Hill(@P0sixninja): OpenJailbreak.org
What is OpenJailbreak? How can someone contribute? Why is Openjailbreak important to the jailbreak community?How can we work together to maintain the code?
More details can be found at the link below…