ShmooCon Epilogue Wrap-Up – Part 2

February 27, 2012
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Vimeo LogoI had the pleasure of attending the evening portion of the ShmooCon Epilogue a few weeks back. Held as an extended version of the normal monthly NoVA Hackers meetup, this event offered a full day of talks with many of the regular attendees as well as some from ShmooCon. All total there were around 14 talks covering everything from risk management metrics to JavaScript obfuscation. Here are the second half of the recorded videos for your viewing pleasure. Thanks to @georgiaweidman for recording and publishing these!

“Stratfor Password Analysis”

by Chris Tuncer (@christruncer)

“Javascript Deobfuscation”

by Glen Pendley

“Better Delivery. Better Exploits. Building an Encoder for Fun & Knowledge”

by Brandon Dixon (@9bplus)

“Debugging an IE NULL Pointer Bug”

by Matthew Wollenweber

“Security Onion: Network Security Monitoring in Minutes”

by Doug Burks (@dougburks)

“The ‘Easy’ Button for Your Web Application Security Career”

by Grecs (@grecs)

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Well that’s it for the ShmooCon Epilogue videos. Today’s post image is from Coated.com.

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4 Responses to ShmooCon Epilogue Wrap-Up – Part 2

  1. (@Nathiet) (@Nathiet) on February 27, 2012 at 12:15 pm

    #NoVABlogger ShmooCon Epilogue Wrap-Up – Part 2 http://t.co/bGr4hNXL

  2. (@cybfor) (@cybfor) on February 27, 2012 at 12:42 pm

    ShmooCon Epilogue Wrap-Up – Part 2: [nova#infosecportal.com] I had the pleasure of attending the evening portion… http://t.co/fEiQSLlM

  3. Mark Shrout (@bvPredator) on February 27, 2012 at 4:13 pm

    RT @novainfosec: ShmooCon Epilogue Wrap-Up – Part 2 http://t.co/uNqlXFqK //More good vids to watch.

  4. Eddie (@CrshBSOD) on February 27, 2012 at 7:35 pm

    RT @novainfosec: ShmooCon Epilogue Wrap-Up – Part 2 http://t.co/uNqlXFqK //More good vids to watch.

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