Friday, April 6, 2007

HiTB Aftermath

Guys, sorry for the lack of updates, i had been really with the HiTB conference. Anyway, last night was the last day of the HiTB conference and alas, i managed to get some well rested sleep. The event was crazy with lotsa security gurus chilling around. Well, i did not manage to capture a lot of images, but well i managed to get the Grugq and Dino to take a picture with me. As for the conference itself, i got to to say i was immensely captivated by the topic of "Robbing Banks: Easier Done Than Said" by Fabrice Marie. During the speech, he teaches you how ATM actually works and how easy it is to rob the bank unnoticingly. Well, you guys can do a google search and look for his past articles, its absolute awesome. Also, the Grugq gave us his insight view of how SIP is so unsecure and how easy it is to penetrate into networks using VoIP. Google him too and you will articles about him. As for me, i will get back on track soon as i have a lot of to catch up. Lastly but not least, i would have to recommend you guy to visit geek00l's blog. It is open source network security at its best. This guy is hell smart, as he dissect TCP and UDP packets like no others. Read to find out:

Fabrice in action

Mikko H. Hyppönen from F-Secure in action

Grugq and dino

A shot with Dino

A shot with The Grugq

I got a certificate of participation from Grugq


Anonymous said...

Hey Ronald,

Finally got home and looked you up. It was a pleasure meeting you in Dubai and I hope that you enjoyed our presentation.

Email me sometime, I have some pics that I can send you :)

Keep well,


Anonymous said...

hey Dino, i was about to email you, but was busy with my blog and some other technical stuff. Here you go, received my email?


tjs said...

Hola Ronald--

Thanks for the link to your blog. I share Dino's sentiments on meeting you and hope that we (as well as community in general) stays in touch. :)

All the best,

Anonymous said...

Thats for shure.


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