Labour day hackfest will have security systems crash and burn

Friday, 29 September 2006, 10:17 AM EST

An underground community of Australia's "elite" will meet in Sydney for the fourth annual hacker conference, Ruxcon, this weekend. The two day conference kicks off on Saturday at the University of Technology, Sydney.

Ruxcon began in 2003 as non-profit event to bring together security enthusiasts and provide an opportunity for them to exchange ideas and techniques. While the technical focus of the event initially appealed to a small, specialised group of people, recent years have attracted a much broader audience, according to Ruxcon organizer Chris Spencer.

At Computerworld.

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