Saturday, July 31, 2010

Update from Defcon 18

Greetings from Las Vegas.

If you'd like to listen to the audio from a few talks that I've attended at DEFCON, then here are the links.

Moonbounce, by Matt Krick K3MK (closest thing to MEP so far)

A request to hackers to collaborate with the Department of Defense.

A call to action from Dark Tangent concerning https: becoming the default experience for browsing the web.

Bytes and Bullets, an authors' panel. Authors have written books about cyberwarfare and share their perspectives on the issue.

I missed a talk about hacking FPGA bitstreams, but I'll try and track down the presenter tomorrow.

-Michelle W5NYV

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