To all those who contributed to the conference either as an attendee or as a speaker: Thank You! It is fair to conclude that the conference was a great success. We feel that there were many very interesting presentations and a very good atmosphere for discussion and networking.
Until next year, please send feedback about what topic, or who you would like to see at the conference. This way you can contribute what we will be next year. Be part of it.
We also received excellent feedback for the content for this year, and we hope to see you next year at t2’11!
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We are extremely sorry about the short notice but we had to rearrange the schedule as Petko D. Petkov (aka pdp) won’t make it due to personal reasons. He will be replaced by Aki Helin from OUSPG.
Aki will talk about Cost Efficient Fuzzing Techniques. Aki is better known as the man who found the latest batch of vulnerabilities in Chrome. The story behind finding those vulnerabilities will be covered in the presentation.
Less than one week to go before the fun starts. Please note that the registration is open until October 22, 2010.
Please see http://www.antievasion.com for more information. We will update the schedule description shortly.
We are extremely excited to announce that Stonesoft will be delivering the keynote for t2’10!
At the moment the exact details of their findings are not publicly available but please refer to the press release for further information. We will update the description of the presentation as more details emerge.
Now the schedule is ready. Hope to see you soon!
In real life it is not only about technical superiority but also how you are able to present your work. We feel that Mathieu Gaspard from France submitted an excellent write up that illustrates the Challenge quite nicely and accurately. So, without further ado here we go:
The only thing missing is the easter egg – you might want to ask Peter Kosinar about that 😉
Peter Kosinar from Slovakia was the first one to solve the t2’10 Challenge. The speed that he pulled off the Challenge was absolutely amazing. His solution was both fast and elegant. One could easily think that Mr. Kosinar has solved some other challenges in the past 🙂
The second ticket goes to Mathieu Gaspard, France (again). He is the official Mr. Elegance (again). His write up was extremely well written and included excellent screen shots and illustrations. We will publish his write up shortly.
Congratulations to both winners!
We would also like to thank everybody who attended. If you feel that you would have an interesting Challenge for t2’11 please let us know 🙂
Peter Kosinar from Slovakia was the first one to solve the t2’10 Challenge. The speed and accuracy of the solution was absolutely amazing. Congratulations!
That being said, now the rest of the contestants should concentrate on the elegance of the answer. Good luck!
This year’s t2’10 Challenge is powered by a scoreboard so that you can see — (almost) in real time — how participants are fairing out there in the land of the living.