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The videos in this collection are from ShmooCon 2022, which occurred on 24 - 26 March 2022, at the Washington Hilton Hotel.  For more information about ShmooCon please visit https://www.shmoocon.org. Please note that the video listed with [R] next to it was not recorded, at the request of the presenter. Thursday, March 24, 2022: - Opening Remarks, Rumblings, Ruminations, and Rants - Andrew Hendela and Eric Lee - Chaos Patching: Can’t Get Hacked If I Hack Myself - Yael Grauer - Consumer VPNs:...
Topics: shmoocon, conference, shmoo, moose, hacker, computer, security, computer security
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by Jason Scott Sadofsky
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Presented at The Last Hope, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City, NY. Historian Jason Scott covers a broad range of hacker history subjects, focusing on providing the tools for understanding the context of hacking and computer history. Subjects covered include 1800-era hacker cons, myths in the Hacker "story", names and events likely forgotten, and some of the touchstones of what hackers consider their lore.
Topics: Hacking, phreaking, jason scott
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The DEF CON Filler collection contains movies, skits, excerpts and various media that were played on the screens at various DEF CON events. Think of them as randomized clips that played in between status messages, updates, and announcements on The Big Screen. They are of varying quality and usefulness, but all are meant to appeal or amuse a hacker crowd during a large and varied event.
Topic: DEF CON
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by Christopher Allan Webber
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Christopher Allan Webber https://chicagolug.org/meetings/2017-02-11/ Isn't network programming a pain? Wouldn't it be nice if you could live code and explore the system you're building as you go? Enter 8sync, an actor model library for GNU Guile that's built to support evolving your networked application as it runs. This talk will exchew the traditional slide presentation model in favor of the audience participating in an 8sync powered multiplayer game, where each room serves as a...
Topics: chicagolug, feb_2017, ChristopherAllanWebber
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by Roguelike Celebration; Alexei Pepers; Noah Swartz; Lisa Brown; Tabitha Sable; Andrew Aversa; Tyriq Plummer; Leif Bloomquist; Rosalind Miles Chapman; Julian K. Jarboe; Albert Ford; Dustin Freeman; Andrew Clifton; Mark Gritter; Darren Grey; Andrea Roberts; Phillip Daigle; Herbert Wolverson; bhauth; Eli Delventhal; Willem Delventhal; Zac Delventhal; The Delve Bros; Xalavier Nelson Jr.; Max Kreminski; Clarissa Littler; Nicholas Feinberg; Tanya X. Short; Dylan White; The Game Band; Joel Clark; Cat...
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Roguelike Celebration 2020 videos, archived from the YouTube playlist , with the exception of the first video, which was the preview event . Roguelike Celebration 2020 was on Saturday and Sunday October 3rd and 4th, 2020 as a virtual event in our custom-built multiplayer game/chat space. All talks were also live-streamed on Twitch and YouTube for free. Tweets: @roguelike_con + #roguelikecelebration . We ran a preview event on August 30 with sneak peeks of a few talks, which you can watch here ....
Topics: roguelike, video games, conference, Quantic Foundry, Gamer Motivation Profile, Nuclear Throne, Slay...
Source: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLi7jNGNQhwdhKzh2I7NNJTxHjQEVejLxm
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Stan Deyo - The Technology of the New World Order Ancient of Days 3 UFOs and Biblical Prophecy Conference Roswell, New Mexico July 2nd, 2005 Included in this discussion from 2005 is the history of alternative energy breathroughs, Edward Teller's covert technological development program, the mathematical equations used in the advanced physics as well as in-depth information and slides demonstrating 'anti-gravity', the effort used in the 50s to try to get scientists to think outside the box...
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Topics: UFOs, coverup, conspiracy, New World Order, Illuminati, free energy, suppressed technology,...
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by Roguelike Celebration; Alexei Pepers; Kawa; Alice Lai; Allie Signet; Joe Maliksi; Society for Internet Blaseball Research; Ally Brinken; Michelle Webb; En Rogue; Arvi Teikari; Atharv Vohra; Brenda Romero; Brian Cronin; Chris McCormick; Dylan White; Evan Debenham; Francesco Cottone; Jasmine Otto; Jason Grinblat; Jeremiah Reid; John Harris; Kristen Yu; Michael Brough; Michael Langford; Nathan Savant; Nick McConnell; Noah Swartz; Qristy Overton; Rich Wilson; Shawn Main; Spencer Egart;...
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Roguelike Celebration 2021 videos, archived from the YouTube playlist . Roguelike Celebration 2021 was on Saturday and Sunday October 16th and 17th, 2021 as a virtual event in our custom-built multiplayer game/chat space. All talks were also live-streamed on Twitch and YouTube for free. Possibility of Rogue Elements Michael Brough 2021-10-16 09:30 PDT i will discuss several typical Rogue spell/combat effects like bump-to-attack, Teleport, Polymorph, Poison. sketch out some of the possibility...
Topics: roguelike, video games, conference, Rogue, 868-HACK, user interface design, game design, juice,...
Source: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLi7jNGNQhwdjczU5SejwP2uehQnh4KQgs
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A collection of CD-ROMs from various hacker conferences.
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Videos from Shmoocon 2015, held in Washington DC, January 16-18, 2015. These are the full videos recorded and available from the event, put into one item to allow playlisting. Individual talk items are currently available as well.
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RECON2008 T01 Pierre Marc Bureau How I learned Reverse Engineering with Storm.avi RECON2008 T02 Bruce Dang Methods for analyzing malicious Office documents.avi RECON2008 T03 Ilfak Guilfanov Building plugins for IDA Pro.avi RECON2008 T04 Thomas Garnier Windows privilege escalation through LPC and ALPC interfaces.avi RECON2008 T05 Nicolas Pouvesle NetWare kernel stack overflow exploitation.avi RECON2008 T06 Cameron Hotchkies Under the iHood.avi RECON2008 T07 Jason Raber Helikaon Linux Debuger.avi...
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Topics: Recon, Reverse Engineering, Conference, Montreal, Security
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dojocon, hacking, security http://Dojocon.org http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/Reverse_Space Tiffany Strauchs Rad, @tiffanyrad International Cyber Jurisdiction: âKill Switchingâ Cyberspace, Cyber Criminal Prosecution & Jurisdiction Hopping John Strauchs, @strauchs Security and IT Convergence Richard Goldberg, @GoldbergLawDC Rules of Engagment: Mitigating Risk in Information Security Work Jon McCoy Ninja Patching .NET Marco Figueroa, @marcofigueroa & Kevin Figueroa Detecting &...
Topics: dojocon, hacking, security
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To ensure this material is stored for later sorting, this is a collection of realmedia digitizations of DEFCON Presentations. DEFCON has been progressively replacing these items with more open and transferable formats. Many are therefore rendundant and lower quality than other items in this collection
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by Eric Kuzmenko
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Eric Kuzmenko https://kicad-kicon.com/talks/ An in-depth look at how an abstract idea of a smartphone dev kit was actualized. Purism's Librem 5 Dev Kit was conceived with the goal of fulfilling a certain set of requires and the intent of being used by software developers to write apps & software for a final GNU/Linux smartphone product. The end result was a very modular design, including the use of an i.MX 8M System-On-Module (SOM), while also being capable of satisfying the basic...
Topics: analog_life, kicon_2019, Electronics, EricKuzmenko
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by James Miller G3RUH
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This design is a high performance full duplex baseband modem designed for terrestrial packet and satellite packet use with typical voiceband NBFM radios, assuming only minor modifications. The conventional packet VHF/UHF radio data rate is 1200 baud because all TNCs provide an internal modem for this speed, and the two-tone AFSK audio spectrum suits unmodified voiceband radios comfortably. However all TNCs can generate much higher data rates, and most FM radios have an unrealised audio...
Topics: James Miller, G3RUH, 9600 baud, packet radio, modem, pcb, ham radio, amateur radio, electronics,...
Source: http://www.jrmiller.demon.co.uk/products/figs/man9k6.pdf
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Recon is a security and reverse engineering conference located in montreal. All videos are encoded in xvid format.
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Topics: Reverse engineering, Recon, Conference, Security
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Darius Mans speaks to VOA's Carol Castiel and Henok Fente about the mission and objectives of Africare, one of the largest US NGOs dedicated to economic development in Africa.
Topics: Africare, Non-governmental organizations
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by Kaira Villanueva
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Kaira Villanueva https://2016.pygotham.org/talks/314/introduction-to-web-scraping-using-scrapy Have you wanted to grab data from websites and automatically categorize it into a formatted list? Or maybe you want to opt out of registering for API keys and want data straight out of a web page? This is an introduction to web scraping and we will cover building bots through Scrapy to crawl a few sample web pages and have it extract information that we want. Prior knowledge not required; we'll break...
Topics: big_apple_py, pygotham_2016, python, KairaVillanueva
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Hard as it may be to believe, there are hackers who have been active for twice as long as many of the H2K attendees have been alive! Quite a bit has changed since the old days - the technology, the laws, the amount of interest (just look around you!) and there are some things that haven't changed at all. Hear some incredible stories from the past and learn a bit about the origins of the hacker culture.
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Reversers, and more specifically web-seekers, are a strange bunch of 'matter of fact' fellows: their most peculiar endowment is the capacity of reversing realities around them... red As a consequence -among many others- they don't buy any advertisement hype (in fact they don't buy advertisements in general), and they don't trust any commercial enterprise, knowing very well that people bent on making money out of the web have no intention whatsoever of spreading knowledge without having seen...
Topics: Recon, Reverse Engineering, Conference, Montreal, Security, Searching, Google, Searchlores, Fravia
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Seth Hillbrand https://kicad-kicon.com/talks/ Working in the microwave spectrum places a number of unique requirements on PCB layout and design. This talk shows how to use KiCad to create effective high-frequency circuits. I will focus on a 300MHz - 3GHz spectrum analysis circuit that I created to search for a type of Dark Matter called Dark Photons. I will demonstrate effective techniques for designing DRC-compliant curved traces, spline-based zone fills and SolidWorks MCAD integration. Seth...
Topics: analog_life, kicon_2019, Electronics, SethHillbrand
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Our second ShmooCon was on January 13-15th 2006, at the Wardman Park Marriott Hotel. We sold out on December 20th at over 600 people. We had many improvements, including super-quick registrations and onsite video production. This was the first year for the Hacker Arcade. Bigger and better, we still had a great time, and we keep on learning. Keynote - Dan Geer Jon Stewart- Behavioral Malware Analysis Using Sandnets Dan Moniz, Patrick Stach- Breaking LanMan Forever Steve Manzuik - Network Policy...
Topics: shmoocon, hacker, conference, anarchivism
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Not all speakers provided slides. Keynote - Mikko Hypponen: The Enemy Plenary - Christofer Hoff: Security At Scale. AKA: Commode Computing: Relevant Advances In Toiletry & I.T. - From Squat Pots to Cloud Bots - Better Waste Management Through Security Automation Marc Bown: Australian Data Security Compromises - Size Doesn't Matter (Really!) Robert Clark: Legal Aspects of Cyberspace Operations Silvio Cesare: Effective flowgraph-based malware variant detection Brian Tokuyoshi: Five Facts on...
Topics: hacker, conference, hacking, anarchivism
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by David Fifield
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Video of the talk for the paper "A better zip bomb" at USENIX WOOT 2019. The terminal output overlay in the lower left is a re-enactment to replace the original terminal output that was cut off by the screen recording.
Topics: zip, zip bomb, woot19, WOOT, Workshop on Offensive Technologies, USENIX, Google Safe Browsing
Source: https://www.bamsoftware.com/talks/woot19-zipbomb/woot19-zipbomb.webm
Like a skilled native, the able seeker has become part of the web. He knows the smell of his forest: the foul smelling mud of the popups, the slime of a rotting commercial javascript. He knows the sounds of the web: the gentle rustling of the jpgs, the cries of the brightly colored mp3s that chase one another among the trees, singing as they go; the dark snuffling of the m4as, the different sounds and the rustling of the databases, the pathetic cry of the common user, a plaintive cooing that...
Topic: recon,Security,Conference,search
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Skype is a free (as in beer) voice over IP application. Many other VOIP applications exist, but some specific points make Skype very different, such as its peer-to-peer architecture, its ease to bypass firewalls and, last but not least, the impressive level of obfuscation that has been invested to prevent anybody from looking inside the software and its communications. This last point added to its increasing success gave birth to many myths on security issues around it. This presentation will...
Topics: Recon, Skype, Reverse Engineering, Conference, Montreal, Security
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John DeCamp (lawyer for Columbine victims) - Statement about Columbine Trial - http://la.indymedia.org/uploads/2007/02/the_franklin_cover-up_-_john_decamp_-_ebook.pdf [img=http://i971.photobucket.com/albums/ae194/geogaddi00/JohnDeCamp-StatementaboutColumbineT.jpg] [img=http://i971.photobucket.com/albums/ae194/geogaddi00/JohnDeCamp-StatementaboutColumbi-1.jpg] Fred Bell - The History of the Pharmaceutical Industry.mp3 Fred_Bell_10-14-06 - Mark Taylor - Columbine Victim.mp3 Fred_Bell_10-21-06 -...
Topics: SSRI, antidepressants, pharmaceutical industry, Luvox, Zoloft, school shootings, Columbine, gag...
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Notacon 2 Media: April 8-10, 2005 Mark Ansboury --- OneCleveland Dan Bjorklund --- US Copyright History and Creative Commons Greg Boehnlein aka Damin --- Asterisk, VoIP For The Masses Marc Buchner + Christian Miller --- Gaming and Simulation at Case: Learning by Doing (and Playing!) Zach Campbell --- C64 RIP (Revival In Progress) Andrew Colarik --- Cyberterrorism David Coulson --- Linux-based High Availability Infrastructures Drew Curtis --- Patterns in the Media and the Fark Backend Jim...
Topics: notacon, hacker, conference, anarchivism
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Two amazing minds are coming together in Seattle, Washington to push the edge of history well beyond the limits of the ordinary. Blending science and spirituality into startling insights, acclaimed revolutionary biologists Rupert Sheldrake and Bruce Lipton will show us the wonder and daring of their research and how it relates to our lives. "Just as the electromagnetic field is an interface between the matter fields and the mental, psychic, and morphic aspects of ourselves as human beings,...
Topics: molecular biology, psychology, spirituality, morphic fields
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Reverse engineering panel at Recon 2005(http://recon.cx)
Topic: Recon,Security,Reverse Engineering,Conference
Registration number protections require the user to enter a registration number to register a software application. However, in most cases such a protection can be defeated easily by an in-depth analysis of the disassembled code or by tracing the applications execution using dynamic disassembly (debugging) techniques. Even there still is heavy use of simple XOR encryption methods, several software applications use high optimized cryptographic algorithms to prove the given input for validity....
Topic: Petrinet,Reverse Engineering,Recon,Security,Conference
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by Michael Aubry
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Michael Aubry Last meetup we talked about using Fusion 360 for laser cutting. This time let's talk about using Fusion 360 for CNCing. In this meetup we'll dig into Fusion 360 to create St Patty's day themed CAM paths that can be CNCd. Pumping Station 1 has several CNC machines for both wood and metal. Fusion can be used for either. The workshop pace will be geared towards those with a basic understanding of Fusion 360 cad already, but if you're totally new to Fusion don't let that deter you...
Topics: ps1, fusion_day, MichaelAubry
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by Amirali Sanatinia
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Amirali Sanatinia https://2016.pygotham.org/talks/333/cryptography-in-python Today we use cryptography in almost everywhere. From surfing the web over https, to working remotely over ssh. However, many of us do not appreciate the subtleties of crypto primitives, and the lack of correct and updated resources leads to design and development of vulnerable applications. In this talk, we cover the building block of modern crypto, and how to develop secure applications in Python.
Topics: big_apple_py, pygotham_2016, python, AmiraliSanatinia
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Keith Monahan Growing up on the Commodore Amiga introduced Keith to the venerable Motorola 68000 processor. This talk will share the technical details of how he integrated an open-source 68K soft-core processor on a $30 FPGA board: what challenges he faced, skills he needed to learn, and how he managed to create his own retrocomputer - complete with 7" touchscreen and old-school audio - from scratch. This talk will touch on topics like computer architecture and design, Verilog HDL, 68K...
Topics: Livestream, video
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by BruCON
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Keynotes Ed Skoudis - founder and senior security consultant with InGuardians Katie Moussouris - Lead Security Community Outreach and Strategy team at Microsoft Talks Georgia Weidman - Introducing the Smartphone Penetration Testing Framework Robert McArdle - HTML5 - A Whole New Attack Vector Raul Siles - Security of National eID (smartcard-based) Web Applications Josh Corman and Jericho - "Cyberwar" : Not What We Were Expecting Allison Miller - A Million Mousetraps: Using Big Data and...
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Windows 2003 Service Pack 1 introduces new features into the kernel which protect against previous methods of accessing kernel memory from user mode without the usage of a driver. For example, both the usage of the DevicePhysicalMemory section as well as of the ZwSystemDebugControl APIs has now been completely blocked, meaning that editing kernel memory through physical addresses, installing a callgate or using IDT modifications are not possible methods of violating the ring privilege level....
Topics: Recon, Reverse Engineering, Conference, Montreal, Security
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Buy this presentation on DVD: http://www.ufocongressstore.com/ Jaime Maussan & Santiago Garza Presents ET: The New Agenda - International UFO Congress 2010 Jaime and Santiago will present an exclusive report of UFOs in space, the continuing wave of UFOs in Mexico, the most spectacular sighting in 2009 and an update on the investigation of the Metepec Creature with DNA analysis. They will show four 2009 shuttle missions by NASA showing a variety of UFOs and anomalies during the...
Topics: UFO sightings, UFOs, flying saucers, aliens, ETs, extraterrestrials, Mexico, Jaime Maussan, 2010,...
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Prakash Venkat https://2016.pygotham.org/talks/284/the-colors-duke-steganography-using-the-python-imaging-library-pil Steganography is the practice, though some might say artform, of concealing messages within other types of media. The aim of my talk is to show how to write plaintext messages into images and then retrieve them. To do this I'll be using the Python Imaging Library, or PIL.
Topics: big_apple_py, pygotham_2016, python, PrakashVenkat
2013 03 13 Deviant Ollam Fucking in the Friendly Skies (CarolinaCon)
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by Kobus Wolvaardt
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Kobus Wolvaardt https://linuxconf.co.za/#schedule How to setup NGINX http server as a SSL reverse proxy with 10ks of active connections. Open file descriptor count and port timeouts and other fun. LinuxConf [ZA] 2018 is a one-day conference aimed at the Linux and Open Source community within South Africa. It provides anyone working on or with Linux and Open Source tools & applications, or with a passion for Open Source development, to discover new trends, network with like-minded...
Topics: linuxconfza, lcza18, KobusWolvaardt
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One of the applications of reverse engineering in computer security is the analysis of operating systems and software for which no source code is available. Most commonly the target is Microsoft Windows, and the goal is to find new 0-day vulnerabilities or to understand the full impact of old bugs. Reverse engineering Microsoft software presents numerous challenges. Based on his experience with reversing all Microsoft patches from the last 6 months, the speaker will present a number of...
Topics: Recon, Reverse Engineering, Conference, Montreal, Security
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by Daniel Hienzsch
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Daniel Hienzsch https://kicad-kicon.com/talks/ This talk focuses on what methods to use with KiCad that enable the testing of a circuit with a PCB milling machine. With these tools, you can go from a finished layout to a tested circuit in minutes or hours instead of days or weeks. High current PTH, svelte SMD circuits, crazy edge cuts and internal slots for custom enclosures can all be tested this way. We'll show examples of various best practices and demonstrate them by milling a circuit...
Topics: analog_life, kicon_2019, Electronics, DanielHienzsch
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Not all speakers provided slides. Keynote - Michael T Jones: Security's Greatest Risk Plenary - HD Moore: Global Vulnerability Analysis Marc Bown & Rahul Samant, Trustwave: Mind the Browser: Understanding and defending against user-targeted attacks Al Blake: Managing mobile device security in a government environment Peter Nikitser: Tokenisation for PCI DSS Compliance: Silver Bullet, Hype or In-between? Eugene Kaspersky, Kaspersky Labs: Pandora's box: How to protect business and critical...
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There are a slew of languages, tools, interfaces and file formats for various reverse engineering tasks. Making tools play nice together and deciding how to develop new tools is a cumbersome process. The goal of the framework is to reduce the time from "idea" to prototype to a matter of minutes, instead of days. PaiMei was created for personal use and after much debate it was decided to release the majority of the toolkit to the public. This presentation will introduce PaiMei, discuss...
Topics: Recon, Reverse Engineering, Conference, Montreal, Security, Framework, Python, OpenRCE
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The presentation will cover various issues regarding: protecting binaries against analysis license code implementation schemes modifications that can be made against a binary watermarking a binary This presentation will mainly focus on the Linux operating system, however, the ideas presented are applicable for other operating systems as well. The presentation is aimed to give a general high level overview with some examples to demonstrate the case in point. An indepth paper on these subjects is...
Topic: Recon,Security,Reverse Engineering,Conference
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by Barry Buelow
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Barry Buelow https://kicad-kicon.com/talks/ KiCad produces ouptut files which can be manipulated to be compatible with the Neoden 4. This is mostly a manual process or arranging columns in a .CSV file. There are however, a few things that need to be done right when creating new footprints in order to ensure successful placement. The machine takes some attention and it isn't for everyone. You can't just load it up and walk away. The most common issues will be presented and there will be a period...
Topics: analog_life, kicon_2019, Electronics, BarryBuelow
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SATURDAY, MARCH 29th, 2003 CYBERTRON: THE INS AND OUTS OF BEING CAUGHT (PART II) SETH HARDY: RANDOMNESS: PROWESSFUL COUNTERASSERTION, INTERCOMMON SUNSHINING IN SYNENTOGNATHOUS CROSSBREED BLAKE MATHENY: A SYSTEM FOR END TO END BROKERING OF DIVERSE DATA TYPES DANKAYE: SECRETS OF THE PHONE GUY PANEL: IDS: THE CURRENT STATE OF TECHNOLOGY RYAN FOX: STARTING AND RUNNING A SUCCESSFUL OPEN SOURCE PROJECT BRIAN HURLEY: INTERNET RADIO LEGALITIES ANONPOET, ELECTR0N, AND JOFNY: AGGRESSIVE HONEYPOTS BEAT...
Topics: rubicon, rubi-con, hacker, conference, anarchivism
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by FTS Conventures
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Notacon 1 Media: April 23-25, 2004 Paul Jarc --- Posterity Rajeev Khurana --- ACLU & the PATRIOT Act Eric Meyer --- XHTML Michale Tetreault --- Personal Data Privacy Kath Wang --- Morph Josh Landau --- Physical Data Integrity Panel Discussion --- SE Linux vs. Open BSD Timothy Lord --- Slashdot Backend Seth Hardy --- Programming Without Code Richard Forno --- Keynote Matt Fanto --- SE Linux and MAC Myself --- Telco Part 1 Myself --- Telco Part 2 Lurene Grenier and Seth Hinze --- Homunculus...
Topics: notacon, hacker, conference, anarchivism
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Nick Macro https://pyohio.org/2018/schedule/presentation/48/ The need to clean, manipulate, and visualize data is a skill that is increasingly in demand due to the abundance of data available. There are many methods of performing data analysis, each with its own benefits and drawbacks. Of the many features that can be used to evaluate a data analysis method, we will focus on ease of use and reproducibility. It is crucially important for data analysis to be reproducible from starting data. A...
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Hank Preston http://pyohio.org/schedule/presentation/299/ In this session we build a Chuck Norris joke-telling Chat Bot! We'll write our bot using Python and package it up as a Docker image. You'll learn about Webhooks and their importance in cloud applications, Micro-Services and the Cisco Spark Collaboration Cloud. This session is designed to be fun and hands on, so make sure to bring your laptop, sense of humor and great questions! PyOhio is a free (thanks sponsors!) annual conference for...
Topics: pyohio, pyohio_2017, HankPreston
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by Azat Mardan
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Azat Mardan http://lanyrd.com/2016/nodepdx/sfchfm/ This presentation is for you, if you're a JavaScript engineer who is interested in deepening your understanding of Node.js patterns so you can create and design Node.js applications intelligently. With the right pattern, applications will be more scalable and easier to maintain. If you aspire one day to become a Node.js architect (or maybe you're already one and want to extend your knowledge), this presentation is for you. You will learn from...
Topics: troy, nodepdx2016, AzatMardan
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Diego Berrocal https://2018.northbaypython.org/schedule/presentation/18/ Have you ever wished you could automate any task in a website? Be it ordering food from your favorite vendor with an online shopping cart, or find out the weekly items for sale in your local grocery store website. Due to the rise of libraries like React and the proliferation of client-side rendered webapps, chances are that you may be inclined to use dynamic scrapers like [Selenium](https://www.seleniumhq.org/) or...
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by Johann Els
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Johann Els https://linuxconf.co.za/#schedule Like most businesses today are you challenged with rapidly changing market conditions and customer demands? Are you dealing with rapidly evolving technology trends that create both new business opportunities and new competitive threats while having to focus more and more on IT budgets and spending? OpenStack can help. OpenStack software provides an open source cloud computing solution that gives your business an IT infrastructure with the agility,...
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Kit Stubbs In this session, Kit presents "I’m A Queer, Non-Binary, Disabled Trans Femme Originally From Missouri Who Makes Their Own Geeky Sex Toys And Runs A Sex-Positive Nonprofit: Ask Me Anything." https://www.hope.net/schedule.html#-the-sex-geek-returns-hacking-plus-human-sexuality-ama- Source: https://livestream.com/internetsociety2/hope/videos/178433692 Uploader: tubeup.py
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by Megan Cutrofello
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Megan Cutrofello https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/EMWCon_Spring_2019/Usage_of_Cargo_with_Lua_on_LoL_Gamepedia EMWCon, or the Enterprise MediaWiki Conference, is an annual event, first held in 2016, which includes talks, workshops and tutorials relating to the use of MediaWiki outside of Wikimedia sites, including by companies, organizations and government agencies. It was spun off from SMWCon, or the Semantic MediaWiki Conference, which began as a twice-annual event in 2010 but became once-annual...
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Nico Schlebusch https://linuxconf.co.za/#schedule Linux in my life as a Developer and OSS enthusiast. A comparison of three Linux Operating Systems used as a desktop and/or laptop computer for software development purposes. LinuxConf [ZA] 2018 is a one-day conference aimed at the Linux and Open Source community within South Africa. It provides anyone working on or with Linux and Open Source tools & applications, or with a passion for Open Source development, to discover new trends, network...
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by Jack Koenig
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Jack Koenig Chisel 3 is a hardware construction language embedded in Scala that enables digital designers to write parameterized generators using object-oriented and functional programming abstractions. The power of Chisel is not the language itself, but rather the abstractions one can create to make hardware design more productive, more reusable, and less error-prone. Sophisticated hardware generators like Rocket-Chip, BOOM, Hwacha, and even the Google Edge TPU are implemented using Chisel....
Topics: fossi, latch_2019, OpenHardware, JackKoenig
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by Erik Taubeneck
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Erik Taubeneck https://2016.pygotham.org/talks/334/building-command-line-tools-in-python Do you often catch yourself opening a Python script, changing a couple variables at the top, and then running `python myscript.py`? Turn that script into a Command Line Tool! Learn how to use docopt to easily build a Command Line Tool, how to use pip to make your tool directly callable, and how this strategy can improve your code.
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(from  https://www.defcon.org/html/defcon-19/dc-19-speakers.html ) Archive Team : A Distributed Preservation of Service Attack JASON SCOTT TEXTFILES.COM For the last few years, historian and archivist Jason Scott has been involved with a loose, rogue band of data preservation activists called The Archive Team. As major sites with brand recognition and the work of millions announce short-notice shutdowns of their entire services, including Geocities, Friendster, and Yahoo Video, Archive Team...
Topics: Archive Team, Internet Archive, Jason Scott, DEFCON, DEF CON, archiveteam, data preservation,...
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by SN, Chesire Catalyst, Emmanuel Goldstein
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By far one of the most effective ways of getting information is the art of social engineering. You will see some live social engineering, get tips on what not to do, hear some great legendary tales from the masters, and listen to social engineering tapes of the past. You are welcome to participate in our social engineering contest - we give you an operator and you go as far as you can. Hosted by SN, Chesire Catalyst, Emmanuel Goldstein.
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In the past, many misunderstood groups in society have reaped the rewards of public backlash due to misinformation propagated by members of the media and authorities. Despite what society has learned from these past cases, history has repeated itself yet again. For at least the last decade, hacker myths have been concocted and propagated by acclaimed experts in the media and authorities in society. What are the undercurrents that are driving this behavior? The Laurentian University Hacker...
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by Black Hat
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Audio from Black Hat USA 2003. Descriptions coming.
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by Sabine Melnicki
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Sabine Melnicki The Enterprise MediaWiki Conference Spring 2018, or EMWCon Spring 2018, will be held March 21-23 in Houston, TX. EMWCon is a three-day conference featuring discussions of topics related to "Enterprise MediaWiki", i.e. the usage of MediaWiki software by and within companies, non-profits, governments, and other organizations. The intended audience of EMWCon Spring 2018 is anyone who uses, or would like to learn more about, MediaWiki within organizations. This is the...
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by John Burns
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John Burns John Burns will kick things off around 6pm by examining how Kotlin's language features enable us to construct a DSL for building static websites. John Burns is a developer at Grubhub who is passionate about the open source movement in software, as well as re-decentralizing the web. He started using Kotlin a few years ago and has since opened the door to functional programming for him. Join us as we hear from two of our regular attendees, John Burns and Jonathan Bisson as they speak...
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by Kerry Scharfglass
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Kerry Scharfglass https://kicad-kicon.com/talks/ The mouse may have revolutionized user interfaces in the 80's, but since then not much has changed. Our desktop software uses the same tired controls, while mobile devices leap ahead with unusual (and often terrible) new control schemes. No interface method is suited to every task, but maybe there's a magic blend of touch interface and tactile controls that hits a sweet spot for driving KiCad away from the desktop workstation. Come along on my...
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by Kassandra Perch
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Kassandra Perch http://nodevember.org/talk/Kassandra%20Perch Have you ever: * Had to install several database technologies locally? * Had to use a programming language version manager (looking at you, Node.JS, Ruby, and Python!) * Had 'works on my machine' syndrome? * Wanted to just give a collaborator access to a copy of your machine? These are all problem many web developers face every day, and they can all be mitigated by Docker and containers. Docker containers allow you to locally develop...
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by Donovan White
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Donovan White https://postgresconf.org/conferences/SouthAfrica2018/program/proposals/883 The second South African PostgresConf takes place in Johannesburg on 9 October 2018, with attendees representing a diverse class of professionals and companies from around the country and across the continent. This is an excellent opportunity for the database administration and developer community who use PostgreSQL to get to know each other, exchange ideas and learn about the current features and upcoming...
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by Kenneth Durril
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Kenneth Durril http://pyohio.org/schedule/presentation/294/ Lazy is too hard. When I had 40,000 PDFs and needed to extract their data, I knew that the "lazy" approach was insufficient. This talk reviews tools to tame PDFs with confidence. I'll use my open-data project's workflow as an example (ETL anyone?). It's also a follow-up/response to PyOhio2016's "We Don't Need No Stinkin' PDF Library: Build PDFs with Python the Lazy Way". PyOhio is a free (thanks sponsors!) annual...
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William Horton https://www.pytexas.org/2019/talk/U2Vzc2lvbk5vZGU6OTU= It's 2019, and Moore's Law is dead. CPU performance is plateauing, but GPUs provide a chance for continued hardware performance gains, if you can structure your programs to make good use of them. In this talk you will learn how to speed up your Python programs using Nvidia's CUDA platform. PyTexas2019 The PyTexas Foundation was organized as a Texas non-profit corporation in 2014 and received its 501(c)(3) recognition in early...
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Steve Mayze https://kicad-kicon.com/talks/ Home automation is a popular inspiration for projects for the hobbyist. This talk is a walk through of a long standing project for implementing a stairwell lighting system using a micro controller mounted on a custom board. Along the way, we explore some of the design issues, considerations and how KiCAD played a key(cad) role. Steve is a software developer, primarily working in Java for a large software company. He has rekindles his interest in...
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by Matt McKegg
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Matt McKegg http://lanyrd.com/2016/nodepdx/sfchhf/ I have been making music with computers for about 10 years, but once I tried to move from bedroom composing to live performance, I got incredibly frustrated at how hard it was to play computer music live. For some crazy reason, I decided to start working on my own live electronic performance software written in JavaScript that would let me play the way I want to play. 3 years later, it's finally starting to become a reality. I would like to...
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