These files were recorded at Rubi Con 2001 in Detroit, Michigan. They are free for download and unrestricted in use. However, the speaker name, and Rubi Con 2001, must be credited.
Those of you without fast connections, and who are afraid of the library, can order a CD with all these MP3s, plus all the pictures from Rubi Con 2001, and lots of other goodies, for $5.00. Contact our man with the CDR, RijilV, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recorded Friday, April 6, 2001
Denis A. Baldwin, The right way to set up an NT network
Andrew Hobgood, AI theory: What the hell is it?
Flame0ut and PrussianSnow, Blind Courier Protocols
Ech0, Hackers have feelings too
Bubonic, Linux firewalls
Rick Forno, Hyperreality: Are we becoming techno slaves?
Phillipe Langlois, Turning Network Vulnerability Assessment Management Outside-In
The907, Basic telecommunications from a tech's point of view
Recorded Saturday, April 7, 2001
Panel discussion, Who are we fooling? Or: Does computer security only exist as degrees of insecurity?
Carbon, Network Security Systems and Defeating Passive Network Attacks
Mobsters, Low class scams
Tiffany St. Patrick-Wells, Warrants, Wiretaps, and Probable Cause
Justin Lundy, A Taxonomy of Intrusion Detection System Technology: The Past, Present, and Future
Andrew Hobgood, An Exploration of Neural Networks in Anomaly and Misuse Detection
Jon Erickson, Elliptical Curve Cryptography
Dennis Salguero, Going Legit: How to Start Your Own Consulting Business
Panel discussion, The future of computing: Where will the next five years take us?
Recorded Sunday, April 8, 2001
Hacked this bitch Detroit style Social engineering contest
(Not yet available)
Tiffany St. Patrick-Wells, Two Types of Trouble: Criminal and Civil Liability
Karl Mozurkewich, A Technical Overview of TCP/IP
Karl Mozurkewich, Hacking a TCP/IP Network (your own, of course)
NFF, Hackers and the Accidental Society of Subversive Guardianship