not idle

You can’t see the latest series in Hulu because you are not in the USA? You need to keep the government (or anyone) from knowing what you do in the Internet and who you talk to? Are you trying to reach content that is censored in your country? Are you starting a revolution such as [...]

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Snort Plug-in Development Snort, as a widespread security platform, had it’s part in Defcon this year, too. The presentation was about the usage of Snort and it’s plugins. The basic idea was to show the extensibility of Snort via plugins. It is highly modularized. It has Snort rules, various output plugins, preprocessors for detection (alerting) [...]

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Defcon 16 – Part 1 – Introduction

Monday, December 15th, 2008

Defcon 16 that happened in Las Vegas in August (8.-10.) this year brought together a crowd of hackers, security administrators and other people interested in computer security. It had two sides, a technical side and also (almost as important) a social side. The technical side of Decfon 16 offered many talks in 5 speaking rooms, [...]

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