Forwarded from: Jeff Moss <jmossat_private> The Black Hat Briefings Amsterdam 2001 Training and Security Conference Announcement http//www.blackhat.com/ Training will be November 19th-20th & Conference will be November 21th-22nd Both the training and conference will be held in The Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky in Dam Square, Amsterdam, NL The Black Hat Briefings is a conference for IT professionals and experienced security administrators, researchers, and attackers. Every year leaders in the security field are brought together to this conference to discuss the latest threats, trends, products, and influences in the Internet and security environment. Don't miss it. This year's topics include: Routing Protocol Attacks, Mobile Security: SMS and WAP, One-Way SQL Hacking, eBooks Security - Theory and Practice: Part II, Hackproofing Lotus Domino, Protecting your IP Network Infrastructure, RFP.Labs vs. Webservers: Finding Problems, A new track, Deep Knowledge, has been added to the Amsterdam schedule to offer longer, more in-depth talks. These talks will include: Third Generation Exploits on NT/Win2k Platforms, Remote ICMP Based OS Fingerprinting Techniques, IDS Evasion Design Tricks for Buffer Overflow Exploits, Modifying and spying on running processes under Linux, and Web Vulnerably & SQL Injection Countermeasures. There be 17 speakers, with an emphasis on unique, never before heard presentations and demonstrations. Pre-Conference Training covers the following topics: Advanced Scanning with ICMP, NT Network Intrusion Workshop, Auditing Binaries for Security Vulnerabilities, Secure Development of Data-Driven Web Applications, and Foundstone's Ultimate Hacking Black Hat Edition. Early Registration ends on November 1st. Attend both the Conference and the Training and receive a discount. For full conference details, updates, and past speeches available for free, please visit www.blackhat.com Thank you, Jeff Moss - ISN is currently hosted by Attrition.org To unsubscribe email majordomoat_private with 'unsubscribe isn' in the BODY of the mail.
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