Whenever a new sure-fire blockbuster movie sequel comes out, there’s always the attempt to wring some more cash out of the previous entries. There’ll be a DVD box set that runs about $10 a disc, with all the previous films in one nice looking collection. These sell well, both to people new to a series wanting to catch up, as well as long-time fans.
Dan Kaminsky’s talk at this year’s Black Hat USA conference on August 6th where he drops the new DNS 0-day will undoubtedly be the sure-fire blockbuster talk of the conference. Kaminsky has given excellent talks on various network security topics for years now, so in the spirit of a cash-in box set, I’ve spent a little time today collecting up links to previous talks he’s given.
Most of these are in his recurring theme of “TCP/IP Black Ops”, and I have learned a lot over the years, listening to these talks. The recent ones were fairly easy to find on Google Video, however some of the older ones required digging around a bit (mostly on the EasyNews mirror). I’ve embedded or linked video, where available. Some talks I could only find in mp3 format. Some of the older Defcon talks may be available in realmedia video format on the defcon site, but I really prefer to stick to non-realmedia formats.
If you need slides to go along with the audio-only talks, it looks like most of them are available on Kaminsky’s bio page.
As I said, I’ve learned a lot from these talks, and highly recommend them to anyone else interested in getting elbows-deep into network security. Enjoy!
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Defcon 9 (2001): Gateway Cryptography: Hacking Impossible Tunnels Through Improbable Networks with OpenSSH
Defcon 10 (2002): Black Ops of TCP/IP
Defcon 11 (2003): Stack Black Ops
Blackhat 2004: Black Ops of DNS
22C3: Black Ops Of TCP/IP 2005.5
Toorcon 2006 – Black Ops Of TCP-IP 2006
Shmoocon 2007 – Weaponizing Noam Chomsky (or Hacking with Pattern Languages)
Defcon 15 – Black Ops 2007: Design Reviewing The Web