It’s time for another What The Hack wrap-up session: (slides are in german) Slides: WTH_Bluetooth_Security.ppt (801 KB) My slides are based on Martin Herfurts talk at the What The Hack 2005. You can get his slidesdeck at trifinite.org.
The first day of lectures is over and it was quite a success because more people than expected wanted to hear our talks… next time we probably have to double the space… sickboy talking.
In the next days and weeks we will be doing a wrap-up of this years What-The-Hack. Everyone can come to EAZ 1341/1342 from 19.00 to 22.00 on the following dates: Wednesday, 09.11.2005 “Cryptography” Exploiting PocketPC An Introduction to Quantum Cryptography Learning cryptography through hand cyphers PGP for companies, why not? Fun and Mayhem with Radio […]
there is the final movie of the last minutes at the What The Hack 2005:
It took two days to get some time to post the first article… so take it as a statement directly from the Netherlands: Since I just installed Windows Vista Beta 1 on my notebook I am not able to create some panoramic views (I shot severals so far…) so you probably will have to wait […]
Here we go: 28. July 1100-1200 Openeing and Keynote adress (Tent 2) Emmanuel Goldstein, Rop Gongrijp 1400-1500 Reverse Engineering Microsoft .NET (Tent 1) Hannes Pavelka 1500-1600 Using linux for embedded devices: Introduction to uCLinux (Tent 1) Jean-Michel Friedt 1600-1700 Symbian Security (Tent 2) Job de Haas 2000-2100 Cross Site Scripting Scanning (Tent 1) Sven Neuhaus […]
After some internal discussions a small delegation of VJs, some DJs, some computer hardcore nerds, some wireless experts, some Microsoft fanatics and some UNIX geeks will be sent to this years What The Hack conference/event…but what’s it anyway? “What The Hack is an outdoor hacker conference/event taking place on a large event-campground in the south […]
In the future I will put all the slides I have from my talks online at schrankmonster. I will create a dedicated categorie: Talks and Slides Slides Download: WTH_Exploiting_Pocket_PC.ppt (1,23 MB) My slides are based on Collin Mulliners talk at the What The Hack 2005.