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#Ruxcon day 1 in pictures
Ruxcon, home to live demos, CTF, and presentations from security experts across Australia and the world. Here's photos from day one of the con.
on Oct 20 2012 4:13PM
And the hoodies, featuring printer pwnage.
The crowd fills the room for the BeEF browser pen-testing talk.
Michele Orru and Ty Miller talk browser ownage via BeEF Bind.
Hermes Li talks Android Malware detection in the cloud.
The crowd at Li's talk.
The Ruxcon crowd early in the day.
DSD wants you!
Karla Burnett talks crap custom crypto.
Statsec's Eldar Marcussen pwns payment systems.
Ryan Merritt (left) and Josh Grunzweig at SpiderLabs talk malware badness.
The turnout to the Spiderlabs talk.
TrainHack get free rides.
Meanwhile, Aussie Firefox security boffin Paul Theriault talks about pen testing the Firefox OS, which is due out next year.
The TrainHack talk was packed.
Competition for the opsizzlechest Capture the Flag event underway.
The CTF leaderboard.
Meanwhile, lockpickers flex their physical security muscle.
Rakes are for noobs.
Facebook's Mimeframe talks about the org's strategies for detecting and preventing common attacks.
Ben Nagy on Windows Kernel fuzzing for beginners.
While Verizon's Mark Goudie talks about the data breach circus.
Goudie says Metasploit + RDP + lame password = profit!
The day one panel (l-r) CREST Australia Alastair McGibbon, Greens Senator Scott Ludlam, Electronic Frontiers Australia Andrew Pam, Oxin Security Daniel Hodson, Risky.Biz Pat Gray, and security researcher Ben Nagy.
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