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  • erehwon
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    Originally posted by dataworm
    Might be close to DC, but Montreal is a different world ;) And you'd be visiting a other Country :)
    If it was any other time of the year, I would be there!

    Montreal is a different world, even Canadians consider Quebec another country and its part of Canada.

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  • dataworm
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    Originally posted by KeLviN
    damn.... i've always wanted to travel to more states out side of california.... but looks like canada is out. too close to DC. too many expenses....

    looks like there will be some decent subjects in the talks though....
    Might be close to DC, but Montreal is a different world ;) And you'd be visiting a other Country :)

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  • KeLviN
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    damn.... i've always wanted to travel to more states out side of california.... but looks like canada is out. too close to DC. too many expenses....

    looks like there will be some decent subjects in the talks though....

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  • dataworm
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    Here are the final results from the Call For Papers:

    Aaron Newman - Techniques for Attacking an Oracle Database
    Adam Shostack - Anonymous Blogging System
    Andrew Griffiths - Binary protection schemes
    Cedric Blancher - Attacking Wifi with Traffic Injection
    Fravia - Wizard searching: reversing the
    commercial web for fun and knowledge
    Haroon Meer - Web Application Hacking
    Jack Whitsitt - Visual analysis: 2d does it better in color
    Jonathan Levin - The Dark Side of Winsock
    Jonathan Westhues - Practical attack on a prox card
    Jose Nazario - Introduction to network programming with
    libevent, libned and libnids
    Kathy Wang - Using honeyclients to discover new attacks
    Matt Shelton - Passive asset detection system
    Nish Bhalla - Auditing source code
    Nicolas Brulez &
    Ryan Russell - Malware Analysis
    Pedram Amini - Process stalking: runtime visual rce
    Robert E. Lee &
    Jack Louis - Syllogic application testing
    Ryan McBride - Network Randomness in OpenBSD
    Thorsten Schneider - Hardening Registration Number Protection Schemes
    Todd MacDermid &
    Jack Lloyd - Encrypted P2P and VoIP Spaces with CUTLASS

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  • erehwon
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    Originally posted by dataworm
    I wanted to remember everyone that the CFP and lower price registration are ending this Friday.
    We have also started to update the speakers list, make sure to go recheck the speakers list at http://recon.cx
    Interesting, but a little rich for me with Blackhat and Defcon at the end of July.

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  • dataworm
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    I wanted to remember everyone that the CFP and lower price registration are ending this Friday.
    We have also started to update the speakers list, make sure to go recheck the speakers list at http://recon.cx

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  • dataworm
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    Originally posted by astcell
    English in Montreal?
    Yea english in montreal... Well actually montreal is bilingual you know

    Nah seriously I want all of you to be able to to understand the talks.

    Nicolas Brulez will be given a Reverse Engineering training in French and English.

    Original plan was to have 1 french track and a english track, but it was too complicated...

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  • astcell
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    English in Montreal?

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  • dataworm
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    Shame less bump up

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  • dataworm
    started a topic RECON 2005 (Montreal, Canada)

    RECON 2005 (Montreal, Canada)

    We are pleased to announce the Call for papers for the RECON conference. RECON is a security conference taking place downtown Montreal from the 17th to 19th of June 2005.

    Reverse Engineering and Exploit development are the main topics of RECON, other domains of Information Security will be covered as well.

    All the presentations will be in english.

    The Call for papers is now opened and will end on April 15th.

    An intensive Reverse Engineering training course will be given by Nicolas Brulez.
    Two sessions will take place, one in French before the conference and one in English after the conference.

    Visit http://recon.cx for more information.
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