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CarolinaCon-V - March 13th-14th 2009 InfoSec professionals, h4x0rs, script kidz, posers, and government spies:




CarolinaCon-V - March 13th-14th 2009 InfoSec professionals, h4x0rs, script kidz, posers, and government spies:
CarolinaCon-V - March 13th-14th 2009 InfoSec professionals, h4x0rs, script kidz, posers, and government spies:



Forwarded from: Vic Vandal 

CarolinaCon is back for its 5th year!  For about the price of your 
average movie admission with popcorn and a drink ($20), YOU are invited 
to join us for yet another intimate and informative weekend of 
technology education.

This year's event will be held on the weekend of March 13th-14th, 2009. 
The event will mostly occur at the Holiday Inn in Chapel Hill, NC.  
Chapel Hill is about 30 minutes from Raleigh, Durham, and Research 
Triangle Park. For all the exciting details as they develop, stay tuned 
to: http://www.carolinacon.org 

CarolinaCon is an annual technology conference whose mission/purpose is 
to;
- provide "affordable" technology education sessions to the unwashed 
  masses,
- deliver varied/informative/interesting presentations on a wide variety 
  of InfoSec/hacking/technology/science topics, and
- mix in enough entertainment and side contests/challenges to make for a 
  truly fun event.

CarolinaCon is proudly brought to you by The CarolinaCon Group. The 
CarolinaCon Group is a non-profit organization registered in the state 
of NC, dedicated to educating the local and global communities about 
technology, information/network/computer security, and information 
rights. The CarolinaCon Group is also closely associated with various 
2600 chapters across NC, SC, TN, VA, LA, DC, and NY. Many of the 
volunteers who help develop and deliver CarolinaCon come from those 
chapters.

The currently chosen list of topics and esteemed presenters includes;
- International Hacker Community Studies - Professor Farnsworth
- Software Reverse Engineering with the Leaf Framework - Chris
- Anti-debugging: A Developers Perspective - txs
- Detecting the Matrix: Hiding Virtual Machines from Malware - redspot
- Attacking Layer 8: Client-side Penetration Testing - Chris Gates (CG), Vince Marvelli (g0ne)
- The Security Assessment Methodology - Kellep Charles (KC)
- Running Snort and ClamAV on your Wireless Router - ciscostu
- Leveraging Metasploit through Nmap - Ryan Linn
- The Day The Spam Stopped: The Srizbi Botnet Takedown - Alex Lanstein
- The Ten Finger Discount: Philosophy and Ethics of Modern Piracy - mjg
- Packing & The Friendly Skies - Deviant Ollam
- Web-enabled: Smart Solution or Security Blunder - Deral Heiland
- What does Mickey Mouse have to do with a Viral Outbreak in India? - Nick Fury

Other events currently on tap include;
Capture The Flag
Hacker Trivia
....and others to be announced!

For the corporate-sponsored amongst you, for the first time we invite 
you and/or your organization to demonstrate its philanthropic generosity 
by sponsoring a "CarolinaCon scholarship".  In past years the 
CarolinaCon staff and non-profit board has allowed some predetermined 
number of student attendees on tight budgets to attend CarolinaCon for 
free.  But why should we monopolize all the good karma and feelings of 
self-worth?  So if you have a spare $20, consider donating it to this 
year's scholarship fund. You'll sleep better knowing you helped someone 
in need, and you can legitimately write it off as a charitable donation.  
Here is a link to the filed articles of incorporation, for reference: 
http://www.secretary.state.nc.us/corporations/Filings.aspx?PItemId=7889445 
On that note if you're a struggling student desperately seeking 
knowledge, give the Con staff your best sob story at the door (heh) and 
apply for one of our limited admission scholarships.

Peace,
Vic


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