[clug] Ruxcon 2012 Announcement

cfp at ruxcon.org.au cfp at ruxcon.org.au
Wed Sep 12 01:11:22 MDT 2012

Ruxcon is Australia's premier technical computer security conference, held at the CQ Function Centre in Melbourne.

Ruxcon brings together the best and the brightest security talent in the Australia-Pacific region through live presentations, activities, and demonstrations. This year we also feature a fantastic line-up with several high-profile international speakers.
Ruxcon 2012 will be held on the weekend of the 20th of October to the 21th of October. Doors open at 8:00am and the first presentation commences at 9:00am.

There are a limited number of tickets available and they are going very quickly. Please register via the Ruxcon website to ensure that you don't miss out: http://www.ruxcon.org.au/register

For more information, please visit http://www.ruxcon.org.au/speakers

1.  Michael Baker - Finding Needles in Haystacks (The Size of Countries)
2.  Graeme Bell - Dr Strangelock ...or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Key
3.  Jonathan Brossard - Hardware Backdooring is Practical
4.  Daniel Cabezas - Detecting Source Code Re-Use Through Metadata And Context Partial Hashing
5.  Silvio Cesare - Foocodechu For Software Analysis, Malware Detection, & Vuln Research
6.  Alex Chapman - Examination of the VMWARE ESXi Binary Protocol Using Canape
7.  Mimeframe - Homebrew Defensive Security - Take Matters Into Your Own Hands
8.  Josh Grunzweig & Ryan Merritt - Targeted Malware Attacks: Sophisticated Crims or Babytown Frolics?
9.  Matt J - Thar'Be Vulnerability. IDs Here - A Data Mining Case Study
10. Meder Kydyraliev  - Defibrillating Web Security
11. Hermes Li - Android Malware Detection in the Cloud
12. Eldar Marcussen - Attacks on Payment Gateways
13. Ty Miller & Michele Orru - Exploiting Internal Network Vulns Via The Browser Using BeEF Bind
14. Ben Nagy - Windows Kernel Fuzzing For Beginners
15. Louis Nyffenegger  - Monitoring Repositories for Fun and Profit
16. Rahul Sasi - Highly Harmful Audio Waves aka DTMF Fuzzing
17. Steven Seeley - How To Catch a Chameleon: It.s All In Your Heap
18. Snare - De Mysteriis Dom Jobsivs: Mac EFI Rootkits
19. Dominic Spill - Bluetooth Packet Sniffing Using Project Ubertooth
20. Paul Theriault - Security in Firefox OS
21. Alex Tilley - Operation Damara & Operation Craft
22. TrainHack - Reverse Engineering a Mass Transit Ticketing System
23. Peleus Uhley - Advanced Persistent Response
24. Mimeframe - Homebrew Defensive Security - Take Matters Into Your Own Hands
25. Mark Goudie - The 3 Rings Of The Data Breach Circus
26. 5 more presentations to be announced

Hope to see you there,


Ruxcon 2012 Staff

More information about the linux mailing list