Black Hat day 2 sounds security alarm

Monday, 2 August 2004, 3:27 PM EST

After a night of drunken madness and impromptu skinny-dipping into the Caesar's Palace pool, Black Hat attendees came back for another day of mentally punishing talks. There were 38 talks spread among five tracks: Application Security, Computer Forensics and Log Analysis, Privacy and Anonymity and Zero Day Defense. A new track was held, Turbo Talks, which comprised a faster paced track during which talks are just twenty minutes long, compared to the usual one- hour-and-fifteen-minute talk length.

By Humphrey Cheung at Tom's Hardware.

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