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Passwords^12

Date: 3 December-5 December 2012
Location: Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, Norway
Organizer: Per Thorsheim
Homepage: http://securitynirvana.blogspot.no/p/passwords12-practical-info.html

Passwords^12 is a 3-day conference only about passwords & PIN codes. With an "all-star" cast of speakers, including Joan Daemen (AES/SHA3), Jens Steube (alias "atom", hashcat author), Colin Percival (CSO FreeBSD, inventor of scrypt), Simon Marechal (John the Ripper co-developer), Frank Stajano (Cambridge) and many more, this will be the premier event for everything and anything related to password security.

Passwords^12 is the first and only conference of its kind, bringing together academic institutions, researchers and security professionals from around the world.

It's a not-for-profit and non-commercial conference. No sales personnel, no marketing managers and deep technical talks.

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