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Hack in the Box kicks off jam-packed security conference  08 October 2012 
Source: Network World - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Hack in the Box will host its 10th security conference this week in Kuala Lumpur featuring an all-star cast of hacking luminaries and a cutting-edge program.
 
4th Annual Hacker Halted USA  05 October 2012 
Source: SF Gate - Posted by Anthony Pell   
The 4th annual Hacker Halted USA information security conference, which runs from October 29-31 in Miami, will showcase 50 of the world’s top cybersecurity experts, including Philippe Courtot, Jeremiah Grossman and Winn Schwartau; new exploit and vulnerability research from top companies like ESET, RSA, SAIC, WhiteHat Security, Qualys, VMWare, Damballa, Foundstone, Stach & Liu and more;
 
Galaxy S3 hacked via NFC at Mobile Pwn2Own competition  20 September 2012 
Source: Network World - Posted by Dave Wreski   
The Samsung Galaxy S3 can be hacked via NFC, allowing attackers to download all data from the Android smartphone, security researchers demonstrated during the Mobile Pwn2Own contest in Amsterdam on Wednesday.
 
Hotel Keycard Lock Hacker Questions Firmware Fix  29 August 2012 
Source: Information Week - Posted by Dave Wreski   
The demonstration of a real-world hardware security flaw in hotel room keycard locks at this year's Black Hat information security conference in Las Vegas saw guests literally reaching for their deadbolts.
 
2600's hacker calendar for 2013: the surveillance edition  27 August 2012 
Source: boingboing - Posted by Anthony Pell   
2600 magazine's Emmanuel Goldstein sez, "The theme of the 2013 Hacker Calendar is surveillance, and there are 12x12 glossy photos for every month of our surveillance culture hard at work - airport security, the NSA, Menwith Hill, automobile monitoring, even cameras in trees. The cover photo depicts one of society's older surveillance tools: the peephole. In addition, nearly every day of the year is marked with some event or milestone of interest to the hacker community."
 
ToorCamp: Adventures in an American hacker camp  23 August 2012 
Source: Computer World - Posted by Dave Wreski   
ToorCamp is an American-flavored hacker camp that was inspired by European versions like CCC Camp in Germany and HAR Camp in the Netherlands. ToorCamp 2009 was the "first ever full-scale" USA hacker camp and was held inside an abandoned Titan-1 Missile silo at Moses Lake, WA.
 
Deadline looms for second UK Linux security challenge  21 August 2012 
Source: ZDNet Blogs - Posted by Dave Wreski   
The government- and Sophos-sponsored challenge is designed to drum up interest in learning Linux security skills, which are needed for protecting web infrastructure and, in turn, companies
 
Week in security: hackers and government working together  06 August 2012 
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Governments and hackers may not have always seen eye-to-eye, but NSA head Keith Alexander bridged that gap by asking hackers at the Defcon conference for their help in securing the Internet. As he should: with Defcon over and another Black Hat conference now concluded , new idiot-proof hacking tools on the market; new malware that can compromise your BIOS without leaving a trace;
 
Def Con hackers go mainstream but still love to party  02 August 2012 
Source: MSNBC - Posted by Dave Wreski   
When Jeff Moss founded the Def Con hackers convention in 1993, he never imagined that two decades on, one of the key speakers at the annual Las Vegas event would be four-star General Keith Alexander, head of the U.S. National Security Agency.
 
11 Security Sights Seen Only At Black Hat  02 August 2012 
Source: Information Week - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Who says fun, sun, malware, and penetration testing don't mix? This year's Black Hat conference in Las Vegas offered information security training, hardware hacking, pool time, and more.
 
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