Pwn2Own Toronto 2022 – The Schedule

Welcome to Pwn2Own Toronto 2022! his year marks the 10th anniversary of our consumer-focused version of the contest, and we plan on celebrating by putting some amazing research on display. For this year’s event, we have 26 contestants and teams attempting to exploit 66 targets across multiple categories. As always, we began our contest with a random drawing to determine the order of attempts. If you missed it, you can watch the replay here. Due to the number of entries, we will be running multiple attempts simultaneously and extending the contest to four days.

The complete schedule for the contest is below (all times Eastern [GMT -5:00]).

Note: All times subject to change

Tuesday, December 6 – 0930

Nettitude targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printer category

Qrious Secure targeting the WAN interface of TP-Link AX1800 in the Router category

Tuesday, December 6 – 1100

Horizon3 AI targeting the Lexmark MC3224i in the Printer category

Gaurav Baruah targeting the WAN interface of the Synology RT6600ax in the Router category

Tuesday, December 6 – 1300

Interrupt Labs targeting the HP Color LaserJet Pro M479fdw in the Printer category

STAR Labs targeting the Samsung Galaxy S22 in the Mobile Phone category

Quarkslab targeting the LAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

Computest targeting the LAN interface of the Synology RT6600ax in the Router category

Tuesday, December 6 – 1500

PHPHooligans targeting the NETGEAR router and the Lexmark printer SOHO SMASHUP category

Chim targeting the Samsung Galaxy S22 in the Mobile Phone category

Interrupt Labs targeting the LAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

Tenable targeting the LAN interface of the TP-Link AX1800 in the Router category

Tuesday, December 6 – 1700

DEVCORE targeting the Mikrotik router and the Canon printer in the SOHO SMASHUP category

Claroty Research targeting the Synology DiskStation DS920+ in the NAS category

NCC Group EDG targeting the LAN interface of the TP-Link AX1800 in the Router category

Tuesday, December 6 – 1900

Team Viettel targeting the HP Color LaserJet Pro M479fdw in the Printer category

ASU SEFCOM targeting the Synology DiskStation DS920+ in the NAS category

Claroty Research targeting the LAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

NCC Group EDG targeting the LAN interface of the Synology RT6600ax in the Router category

Tuesday, December 6 – 2030

Neodyme targeting the NETGEAR router and the HP printer in the SOHO SMASHUP category

Qrious Secure targeting the LAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

Wednesday, December 7 – 0930

ANHTUD targeting the HP Color LaserJet Pro M479fdw in the Printer category

PHPHooligans targeting the WAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

Wednesday, December 7, 1100

Bugscale targeting the Synology router and HP Printer in the SOHO SMASHUP category

Qrious Secure targeting the Sonos One Speaker in the Smart Speaker category

Team Viettel targeting the LAN interface of the TP-Link AX1800 in the Router category

Wednesday, December 7, 1300

Le Tran Hai Tung targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printer category

NCC Group EDG targeting the WAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

STAR Labs targeting the Sonos One Speaker in the Smart Speaker category

Synacktiv targeting the Lexmark MC3224i in the Printer category

Summoning Team targeting the LAN interface of the Synology RT6600ax in the Router category

Wednesday, December 7, 1500

Team Viettel targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printers category

NCC Group EDG targeting the Lexmark MC3224i in the Printer category

Wednesday, December 7, 1630

Qrious Secure targeting the NETGEAR router and the Western Digital NAS in the SOHO SMASHUP category

Wednesday, December 7, 1700

DEVCORE targeting the HP Color LaserJet Pro M479fdw in the Printer category

Wednesday, December 7, 1830

DEVCORE targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printer category

Ledger Donjon targeting WAN interface of the TP-Link AX1800 in the Router category

Luca MORO (@johncool__) targeting the WD My Cloud Pro Series PR4100 in the NAS category

Wednesday, December 7, 2030

Aleksei Stafeev targeting the Lexmark MC3224i in the Printer category

Bugscale targeting the WAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

Interrupt Labs targeting the Samsung Galaxy S22 in the Mobile Phone category

Thursday, December 8 – 0930

STAR Labs targeting the Synology router and the Canon printer in the SOHO SMASHUP category

Team Viettel targeting the WD My Cloud Pro Series PR4100 in the NAS category

Thursday, December 8 – 1130

Chi Tran targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printer category

DEVCORE targeting the Sonos One Speaker in the Smart Speaker category

Thursday, December 8 – 1330

Team Viettel targeting the Cisco router and the Canon printer in the SOHO SMASHUP category

Qrious Secure targeting the Samsung Galaxy S22 in the Mobile Phone category

Thursday, December 8 – 1530

Peter Geissler targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printer category

Qrious Secure targeting the WAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

Pentest Limited targeting the WD My Cloud Pro Series PR4100 in the NAS category

Thursday, December 8 – 1730

R-SEC targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printer category

Neodyme targeting the WAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

Pentest Limited targeting the Samsung Galaxy S22 in the Mobile Phone category

Thursday, December 8 – 1900

NCC Group EDG targeting the Ubiquiti and the Lexmark printer in the SOHO SMASHUP category

Thursday, December 8 – 1930

Claroty Research targeting the WD My Cloud Pro Series PR4100 in the NAS category

Friday, December 9 – 0930

NCC Group EDG targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printer category

Quarkslab targeting the WAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

Peter Geissler targeting the Lexmark MC3224i in the Printer category

Friday, December 9 – 1100

sushiQ targeting the Lexmark MC3224i in the Printer category

Nettitude targeting the WAN interface of the NETGEAR RAX30 AX2400 in the Router category

Friday, December 9 – 1130

Synacktiv targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printer category

Friday, December 9 – 1230

NCC Group EDG targeting the WAN interface of the Synology RT6600ax in the Router category

Friday, December 9 – 1300

ANHTUD targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printer category

DEVCORE targeting the Lexmark MC3224 in the Printer category

Friday, December 9 – 1430

namnp Printers targeting the Canon imageCLASS MF743Cdw in the Printer category

Sonar targeting the WAN interface of the Synology RT6600ax in the Router category

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