Ruxcon 2006 Sep 26 2006 03:41AM
cfp ruxcon org au

RUXCON 2006 will be held this weekend over the 30th of September to the 1st of October at the University of Technology, Sydney. Doors will open at 8:30am and the first presentation commences at 9:30am.

Our presentation list is complete.

RUXCON 2006 Presentations [1]:

1. Java Class Deobfuscation - Chris Mitchell
2. Mechanics of the Objective-C Trifecta - Reversing, Runtime Antics, & Exploit Development - Neil Archibald
3. Exploiting OpenBSD - Ben Hawkes
4. Anti-Forensic Rootkits - Darren Bilby
5. Access over Ethernet: Insecurites in AoE - Morgan Marquis-Boire
6. Attacks Against RFID - Josh Perrymon
7. Unusual Bugs - Ilja van Sprundel
8. A Quantitive Time Series Analysis of Malware and Vulnerability Trends - Craig Wright
9. IPv6: Under the Hood - Mark Dowd
10. Software Vulnerabilities - Daniel Hodson
11. PE Packers Used in Malicious Software - Paul Craig
12. Web Services: Teaching a New Dog Old Tricks - Daniel Grzelak, Colin Wong
13. Bypassing Corporate Email Filtering - Simon Howard
14. Hit By A Bus: Physical Access Attacks with Firewire - Adam Boileau
15. Metafuzz: Building Boring Fuzzers Faster, Using Metadata - Ben Nagy
16. Dynamic Port Scanning - AR, HK
17. The Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) - Christian Heinrich
18. Ajax Security - Andrew van der Stock

As in previous years, there will be activities and competitions, which allow attendees to have fun, win prizes, and socialise, all while enjoying a cold beer on an Australian summers day.

Some activities which will be held during the conference include:

* Capture the flag competition
* Exploit development competition
* Chilli eatoff competition

This will be the fourth year in a row in which we've brought a quality conference to the Australian computer security community.

Hope to see you there,




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