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  1. Kristijan

    Ruxcon 2010

    Boo Nich, would have been good to catch up over a beer :( We've got an awesome lineup this year, should try and make it down! -Kristijan
  2. Kristijan

    Ruxcon 2010

    Ruxcon is Australia's premier technical computer security conference, held at the CQ funtion centre in Melbourne. After a break in 2009, Ruxcon is back and bigger than ever. 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 lineup with several high-profile international speakers. Ruxcon 2010 will be held on the weekend of the 20th of November to the 21th of November. Doors open at 9:00am and the first presentation commences at 10:00am. 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. Ruxcon 2010 Presentations (http://www.ruxcon.org.au/presentations): 1. Milking a Horse or Executing Remote Code in Modern Java Web Frameworks - Meder Kydryraliev 2. Code Analysis Carpentry - Sean Heelan 3. Breaking Virtualisation by Switching the CPU to Virtual 8086 Mode - Endrazine 4. Instrumenting the Linux Kernel with Kprobes for Anti-Security - Ryan O'Neill 5. Will it Blend? - Billy Rios 6. Prospecting for Rootite: More Code Coverage, More Bugs, Less Wasted Effort - Ben Nagy 7. DEP in Depth - Brett Moore 8. Understanding the Java Serialisation Attack Surface - Daniel Grzelak 9. Web Scanners FOR THE WIN... - Louis Nyffenegger 10. We've been Hacked! What Went Wrong and Why - Mark Goudie 11. An overview of AFP High Tech Crime Operations - Alex Tilley 12. Killing the Elephant in the Room - Enterprise Vulnerability Management Tactics - Matt J 13. Fast Automated Unpacking and Classification of Malware - Silvio Cesare 14. Hackerspace - Robots & Dinosaurs - Gavin Smith 15. 'No Holds Barred' Penetration Testing - Jarrod Loidl 16. The Computer Forensic & eDiscovery Tools that Time Forgot - Adam Daniel 17. How to Do Real World Computer Forensics... And Not Get Burned - Nick Klein 18. Ghost in the Shell(code) - Matthew de Carteret 19. Hooray for Reading: The Kindle and You - Peter Hannay 20. The Australian Internet Security Initiative - Fighting Botnets at the Source - Mark Chaffe 21. Security in APCO P25 Public-Safety Communications Networks - Stephen Glass & Matt Robert 22. Automatically Identifying C structs from Binaries - Kuza55 23. Rux Lox - An Introduction to Lockpicking - Graeme "Wily" Bell 24. RFID Shits and Giggles - Edward Farrell 25. DnsUberNOOBer - DNS Enumeration on Steroids! - Jaco van Heerden 26. Virtualisation Security State of the Union - David Jorm More to come... As in previous years, there will be events and competitions, which allow attendees to have fun, win prizes and socialise, all while enjoying a cold beer on an Australian summer's day. For more information please visit: www.ruxcon.org.au. Hope to see you there, Regards, Ruxcon 2010 Staff
  3. Kristijan

    Pant Suspenders/Braces

    Thanks for all the suggestions guys. I went past David Jones today, and they seem to have a similar collection to Myer. It's more business attire, worn with a suite etc. I'll check out the rest of the suggestions over the next few days. -Kristijan
  4. Kristijan

    Pant Suspenders/Braces

    Hi All, Does anyone know where I can get some pant suspenders/braces from in Melbourne? Someone told me about a place in Brunswick that sells them, but I haven't had any luck in finding them. Myer has a very limited range :( -Kristijan
  5. Kristijan

    Ruxcon 2008

    Just a reminder to all that Ruxcon is on this weekend. For those that know me, I'll see you there...for those that don't, I'll be the big dude in a staff t-shirt :) -Kristijan
  6. Kristijan

    Bumper respray - Few questions

    Thanks all, I'll give Touchup Guys a call in the morning :) -Kristijan
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    Bumper respray - Few questions

    Thanks 1shot1kill. As for the damage, I just assumed the price would be the same regardless of the number of scratches/stone chips on it. The entire thing would need to be sanded back and resprayed...the damage isn't to the extent that the bumper needs to be molded back into shape, just a respray. I'll sit patiently for Hulks :) -Kristijan
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    Bumper respray - Few questions

    Hi All, I need to get my bumper resprayed. Got a few nasty stone chips, and a nice couple of scratches on it from the weekend reversing out the of garage (slaps head). It's just the bumper though, rest of the car is in great condition (2005 Nissan 350Z). Questions: 1. Can someone recommend me shops in Melbourne to have it done (if possible, western suburbs)? 2. What am I looking at here $$ wise? 3. My Z is 2005 black. Will there be a noticeable difference after the respray, or should it look the same as the rest of the car? I have NFI when it comes to these things, so any replies will be much appreciated :) Cheers, -Kristijan
  9. Hi, Does anyone know of any places that will rent out a rack (half rack) for a weekend? Got an event coming up which I need to rack mount a switch and secure a few other devices, and would really like a half sized rack. Location is NSW. Cheers, Kristijan
  10. Kristijan

    Ruxcon 2008

    To all those attending Ruxcon 2008, you can now register your interest - http://www.ruxcon.org.au/register.shtml -Kristijan
  11. Kristijan

    Ruxcon 2008

    http://www.ruxcon.org.au RUXCON is back for another year show casing some really great technical talks for all you security minded and conscious people out there. Complementing the talks this year, Ruxcon are also putting on some great side activities. Capture The Flag (CTF) Reverse Engineering Competition Chili Eating Competition Billiard Competition to name a few... Ruxcon is scheduled for the 29th to the 30th of November 2008. Once again the venue will be UTS (University of Technology Sydney). Entry price is $60 for the two day event. 2008 Presentations Some of the confirmed presentation for Ruxcon 2008. Emulation for Online Malware Unpacking – Silvio Cesare Attacking Rich Internet Applications – Kuza55, Stefano Di Paola Introduction to Reverse Engineering – Ashley Fox Hacking Enterprise Security, Softer than the foam on my Frappuccino – LUMC Crew Browser Memory Protection Bypasses in Vista – Mark Dowd Google Hacking – Christian Heinrich Pimping: Forensic Style – Adam Daniel A full list of presentations can be found at – http://www.ruxcon.org.au/presentations.shtml Further information and latest Ruxcon news can be found at http://www.ruxcon.org.au For any Ruxcon related questions, please feel free to post them in this thread. Look forward to seeing you all there!
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