Conference poll

View Poll Results: Which is the best antivirus tool

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  1. #1
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    Lightbulb Conference poll

    Ever been to a security conference?
    where and how whas it?
    Doesn't matter if you went last year or so.

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    Question Conference

    Having never been to a conference can people who have tell us what there like, is it worth going to one etc.?

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    Lightbulb

    I whas @ HAL 2001 and Hackertales.
    Hal whas easy for me because it whas in Holland and Hackertales whas in Germany. Altough HAL got a lot of international visitors.
    Basically it's a camp out but with a gig Lan and wavelan.
    Many bring their laptops or computers/tents and there are workshops etc.
    Also the leetest ppl come to give talks on stuff like drive by hacking etc.

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    Def Con 9 and Def Con 7, definitely changed from one to the other. I think it is a neat conference, I disagree with the *political* views of some of the `attendees', but I learned a lot and had quite a bit of fun.

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    Originally posted by psi0nic
    Def Con 9 and Def Con 7, definitely changed from one to the other. I think it is a neat conference, I disagree with the *political* views of some of the `attendees', but I learned a lot and had quite a bit of fun.
    True, many say H2K and HAL are better then defcon. Hal whas also big this year (3000 visitors)
    Some do have difficult political views, but he if you come acros hehbris08 what would you do?

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    Cool SANS training

    Haven't been to any of the listed conferences but I went to SANS training. It was well worth it.
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    Keep a lookout for the following events in 2002

    H2K, Juli in New York
    Outerbrains, September in Holland
    Dreamhack, November in Sweden
    Chaos Communication Camp, December in Germany

    I will be attending Dreamhack and Outerbrains for sure, I might make it to H2K. That is if some wacko doesn't hijack my plane.

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    Living in Ireland I would have to travel to go to a conferance but they sound really interesting.

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    I've been to a lot of 2600 meetings around here. They're really fun. Sometimes people bring PCs and T1s for connection and let us share bandwidth right there. Pretty kool.

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    In Holland we don't have 2600 meetings but Klaphek, this is a group that took over when Hacktic quit.
    They write their own ezine and meet once a month, altough they hit the cafe just for chitchat

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