BsidesDFW2013 2013 Nov. 1, 2013 to Nov. 2, 2013, Dallas,USA

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Presentation title: Email Forward Secrecy Nate Brown Spammers obtain victim email addresses by scraping websites, address books, and hacked databases. Sometimes, they ...
Presentation title: From Minion to Engineer: a fourth grader hacks an embedded system N/a Even kids can hack hardware and program embedded systems. This presentation by a 9-year-old hacker ...
Presentation title: Using Robots to Fight Bad Guys Scott Roberts While Terminators, Cylons, and Wall-E may eventually control the world with humanity destroyed or their ...
Presentation title: Lazy Persistent Threats: A Spam Primer Nate Brown If we are willing to talk about the means, motivation, and individuals behind targeted attacks ...
Presentation title: Incident Response: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly David Balcar Topics will include Incident Response Team Success and how to integrate teams and tools. 1. ...
Presentation title: Counter-Culture and Tin Foil Hats in the Cyberpunk Age Josh Scott Many of the promises of Cyberpunk fiction have come to pass, we have mega corporations ...
Presentation title: Can a proper vuln assessment be better than a bad pentest? Albert Campa At cons and on twitter, I hear about bad "pentests" all the time. This talk ...
Presentation title: QIY: Bond on a Bondo Budget Dustin Dykes (wirefall) Be your own quartermaster using off-the-shelf components, programmable microcontrollers, and a soldering iron. We're not ...
Presentation title: Sneaking payloads past AV with Obfy John Woods In this talk I will be demonstrating how the Obfy script can obfuscate Metasploit payloads ...
Presentation title: Securing the Human: Security's Real APT Valerie Thomas Technology does not advance on its own. It takes a human to create new ways ...
Presentation title: Stealth Pentesting: IT doesn't know we're here Ryan Reynolds , Tony James Attackers break in, steal all the info and don’t even battle with any of the ...
Presentation title: PCI DSS 3.0: A Primer on Preparing for the Change Branden R. Williams PCI DSS is now ready for the next iteration of its standard, version 3.0. By ...
Presentation title: Required To Fail Brian "hermit" Mork Hermit will take you through a quick tour of some of the security requirements he's ...
Presentation title: Overcoming Objections to Security in Reluctant (and Even Hostile) Environments Mike Landeck Ideas and techniques for improving security programs are common topics at security conferences and webinars. ...
Presentation title: Incresing the value of Security Testing Chris Nickerson Compliance and Best Practices tell us to do a Penetration Test, but there is not ...
Presentation title: File System Journaling Forensics David Cowen Journaled file systems have been a part of modern file systems for years but the ...
Presentation title: Data Hacking Mad Scientist Style Brian Wylie This presentation will tap the ‘Mad Scientist’ within us all by demonstrating the practical use ...