Unfortunately I’m not at Defcon this year, but I sure wish I was. In holding to the true nature of Defcon a string of vulnerabilities have been exposed to the public. Some as simple as picking a biometric lock with a paper clip and others as complex as setting up your own cell tower to intercept cell traffic. I’m not sure what I liked more, the information overload or the environment. Late night parties and friendly geeks make this event a must for anybody interested in technology.
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