jt421 / Jeffrey Tumavitch

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  1. Track 3 Repelling the Wily Insider

    Matias Madou Jacob West

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  2. Track 2 The Power of Chinese Security

    Anthony Lai Jake Appelbaum Jon Oberheide.

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  3. Repelling the Wily Insider

    Matias Madou, Jacob West

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    Tagged with defcon 18

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  4. The Power of Chinese Security

    Anthony Lai, Jake Appelbaum, Jon Oberheide

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    Tagged with defcon 18

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  5. Injecting Electromagnetic Pulses into Digital Devices

    This talk is not about someone on the ground firing a ray gun at a jet and bringing it down. This talk is about someone on the jet injecting EMP into the wiring system and causing great problems with the aviation and the black box. This talk will have at least ten video demos of device pulses and one of a surge protector, along with explanations of a Marx generator and a MOSFET charging circuit. Going green, fly by wire airplanes, robotic control trains, densely integrated systems… these are all realities of our daily environment. One problem is that all of these make our lives more susceptible to an EMP disruption. Other topics will include TWA 800, Tesla coils, Byzantine faults and the power grid.

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  6. Part 4: Spy Improv on Steroids – Steele Uncensored – Anything Goes

    Steele has gotten past the anger and is now offering up icy-cold straight public intelligence in the public interest. A recovering spy, founder of the modern Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) movement, #1 reviewer of nonfiction as rated by readers at Amazon, and now practicing what he preaches deep in the jungles of Central America, Steele, who reads in 98 categories and is down to his last of nine lives, will answer any question on any topic for as long as it takes. The record is four hours. He may die soon, so he wants to try for six hours.

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  7. Part 3: Spy Improv on Steroids – Steele Uncensored – Anything Goes

    Steele has gotten past the anger and is now offering up icy-cold straight public intelligence in the public interest. A recovering spy, founder of the modern Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) movement, #1 reviewer of nonfiction as rated by readers at Amazon, and now practicing what he preaches deep in the jungles of Central America, Steele, who reads in 98 categories and is down to his last of nine lives, will answer any question on any topic for as long as it takes. The record is four hours. He may die soon, so he wants to try for six hours.

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  8. Part 2: FULL LIST OF TALKS Scheduling | Talks List (with audio downloads!) | Speakers List ======================================================== 2600 Meetings: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Rob T Firefly, Grey Frequency, Gonzo In this panel, longt

    Steele has gotten past the anger and is now offering up icy-cold straight public intelligence in the public interest. A recovering spy, founder of the modern Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) movement, #1 reviewer of nonfiction as rated by readers at Amazon, and now practicing what he preaches deep in the jungles of Central America, Steele, who reads in 98 categories and is down to his last of nine lives, will answer any question on any topic for as long as it takes. The record is four hours. He may die soon, so he wants to try for six hours.

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  9. Part 1: Spy Improv on Steroids – Steele Uncensored – Anything Goes

    Steele has gotten past the anger and is now offering up icy-cold straight public intelligence in the public interest. A recovering spy, founder of the modern Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) movement, #1 reviewer of nonfiction as rated by readers at Amazon, and now practicing what he preaches deep in the jungles of Central America, Steele, who reads in 98 categories and is down to his last of nine lives, will answer any question on any topic for as long as it takes. The record is four hours. He may die soon, so he wants to try for six hours.

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  10. T+40: The Three Greatest Hacks of Apollo

    Forty years ago, manned exploration of the moon was in full swing. The three greatest hacks of the Apollo program occurred on Apollo 12, 13, and 14, in two cases saving the mission, and in one case saving lives. Drawing on personal interviews with the engineers involved and archival records, this talk will look at the technical aspects of each hack, including largely overlooked, but critical, details of how the lunar module was prepared for lifeboat mode during the Apollo 13 crisis.

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