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HITBSecConf2004: Conference Videos Released Print E-mail
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Source: Dhillon - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
We are proud to announce the immediate availability of the Hack In The Box Security Conference 2004 videos [Pack-1 and Pack-2]. Held at The Westin Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia from October 4th till the 7th, HITBSecConf2004 saw some of the biggest names in the network security industry down to present their latest research and findings. HITBSecConf2004 was also the first time we had two keynote speakers namely Theo de Raadt, creator and project leader for OpenBSD and OpenSSH and John T. Draper infamously known as Captain Crunch. Other speakers who presented include the grugq, Shreeraj Shah, Fyodor Yarochkin, Emmanuel Gadaix, Adam Gowdiak, Jose Nazario, Meder Kydyraliev and several others.

For a chance to catch up with some of the speakers who presented at last years' conference those in the Asia Pacific region can head on over to Bellua Cyber Security 2005 taking place later this month in Jakarta, Indonesia. If you're in the Middle East or Europe, there's HITBSecConf2005 - Bahrain taking place from April 10th till the 13th in Manama, Bahrain. See you guys there.

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