Talking with the Dark Tangent

Wednesday, 2 August 2006, 11:54 AM EST

Security Fix recently caught up with Jeff Moss - a.ka. "Dark Tangent" - the founder of Defcon and Black Hat, the two enormous hacker conventions that take place in Las Vegas each summer.

Today, Defcon is by far the largest annual gathering of hackers in the United States. Moss said he expects between 5,000 and 6,000 people to attend Defcon 14 this year, but he has no real idea how many will show up, as most attendees are expected to register at the door for $100.

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