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Joe Sinkwitz - Principal at Digital Heretix

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  1. UnGagged.com

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    Session Title: Pwning The Internet
    Session with Robert Hansen Nov 11 at 11.00


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    Robert and Joe will look at some hacks that work in terms of taking over webservers and then diving into the economics of hacked links and networks (like SAPE) that have thrived on them.

     
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    Is this only available at ungagged?
     
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    Yep, you'll have to come along to hear it. The idea behind UnGagged is that we give our speakers a platform to say what they actually think, rather than toe the official line.
    Most of our speakers are experts in their field, so their opinions tend to spread pretty quickly. It's difficult to discuss security issues when everything you say is recorded and dissected by people with an interest in shutting awareness down.

    Unfortunately, we can't provide video and then expect speakers to be confident that they're talking to a closed audience. If the information's important for you to know, then you need to attend.

    If you join us (and why wouldn't you?!) you'll hear information that will never be widely disseminated. As a result, we keep the audience to a manageable size and make sure the content's targetted for experienced IM's. It's not for everybody but then, a secret isn't a secret when it's shared with thousands of people.
     
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