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    Hack In The Box Conference 2004

    From Zone-H.org:
    Ever been to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ?

    If you are a security guy, the Hack In The Box Conference 2004 might be a good reason to visit it.

    Friend l33tdawg at hackinthebox.org is organizing the traditional HITB Conference, this yes a little bit earlier than usual: Oct. 4th- Oct.7th.

    The conference will cover several topics among which:

    * Network Assessment and Latest Attack Methods

    * Fundamental Defense Methodologies

    * Close look at the latest security technology

    * Advanced Computer and Network Security topics

    * Deep Knowledge Presentations

    for more information click here : http://conference.hackinthebox.org or take contact at:

    Hack In The Box (M) Sdn. Bhd. (622124-V)

    Level 26, Menara IMC

    No 8. Jalan Sultan Ismail,

    50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

    Phone: ++603-20394724

    Fax: ++603-20318359
    Hrmm, sounds interesting.. A bit far for my taste and travel's, but it sounds interesting and informative.
    Space For Rent.. =]

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    I've been reading that site forever now.
    I read it daily on my palm pilot. I just get the mobile edition.

    I've never been to a security conference and I'd love to go... but I think that I'd have to go to one in the states before I go to one out of the states.

    Not sure how good it would be though... most of the stuff I see from them is just news that you can find everywhere else. I just like it because its all in one place. Too bad securityfocus doesn't have a mobile edition...
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    phish: Ya know, we should organize one sometime.. us 'states peoples. I really wanna go to a conference or a summit myself as well. Only problem is half of them are too far for travel.
    Space For Rent.. =]

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    Originally posted here by phishphreek80
    I've been reading that site forever now.
    I read it daily on my palm pilot. I just get the mobile edition.

    I've never been to a security conference and I'd love to go... but I think that I'd have to go to one in the states before I go to one out of the states.

    Not sure how good it would be though... most of the stuff I see from them is just news that you can find everywhere else. I just like it because its all in one place. Too bad securityfocus doesn't have a mobile edition...

    Phis...if you going to that conference...you will see me (and my dad) there.... My dad went there before and he said it was a good one (they even had hacking competition ),meeting with LSD group,etc. But I am still ..wanna go to famous defcon conference one day...
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    something i have been loking for every year... lots of info and it is quite cheap..
    i just know it will be held up earlier, thanks..

    FYI USD 1.00 ~ RM3.80

    Pricing:
    Training & Conference:

    Item Cost
    Technical Training Track 1 + Conference RM1,860.00
    Technical Training Track 2 + Conference RM1,860.00
    Business Training + Conference RM1,860.00

    Training Only:

    Item Cost
    Technical Training Track 1 Only RM1,500.00
    Technical Training Track 2 Only RM1,500.00
    Business Training Only RM1,500.00

    Conference Only:

    Item Cost
    Conference Only RM360.00 (before Aug. 1st 2004) RM450.00 there after

    Note: Students will be charged RM250 per participant to attend the 2-day Dual Track security conference.

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