DefCons 1-10
  - year:       2002
    dates:      August 2 - August 4
    location:     
      Country:  USA
      City:     Las Vegas
      Hotel:    Alexis Park Hotel & Casino
    number:     10
    website:    http://www.defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-10-archive.html
    presentations:      
      - title:     'Attacking & Securing FTP'
        presenters:
                  - Jay Beale

      - title:     'It is Now Safe to Compile Your Phone System'
        presenters:
                  - Rich Bodo

      - title:     'Should Organizations Employ Hackers? Implications Drawn From the Book Hacking of America'
        presenters:
                  - John Dodge
                  - Steve S. Mautsatsos 
                  - Bernadette H. Schell

      - title:     'DC Phone Home'
        presenters:
                  - Aaron Higbee
                  - Chris Davis

      - title:     'Securing Your Windows Internet Server'
        presenters:
                  - Humperdink

      - title:     'Network Printers and Other Network Devices, Vulnerabilities and Fixes'
        presenters:
                  - Dennis Mattison aka Littlewolf

      - title:     'Using Filesystem Crypto and Other Approaches to Protect Your Data/Privacy on BSD and LINUX'
        presenters:
                  - Thomas Munn
                  - tgr2mfx

      - title:     'Freenet, Past, Present, and Future Direction'
        presenters:
                  - Ian Clarke

      - title:     'The Mixminion Anonymous Remailer Protocol'
        presenters:
                  - Roger Dingledine

      - title:     'The USA PATRIOT Act & You'
        presenters:
                  - Jennifer Granick

      - title:     'GNUNet'
        presenters:
                  - Christian Grothoff

      - title:     'Stealth Data Dispersal: ICMP Moon-Bounce'
        presenters:
                  - Khan

      - title:     'Anonymous, Secure, Open Electronic Cash'
        presenters:
                  - Ryan Lackey

      - title:     'Post 9/11 Privacy'
        presenters:
                  - John Q. Newman

      - title:     'Anonymity Services and the Law: How to Safely Provide Anonymous Technology on the Internet'
        presenters:
                  - Len Sassaman

      - title:     'Applescript (in) Security in OS X'
        presenters:
                  - Agent OJ

      - title:     'XProbe, The Year After'
        presenters:
                  - Ofir Arkin

      - title:     'Correlation & Tracking of Distributed IDS'
        presenters:
                  - Dan Burroughs

      - title:     'Rubicon - An Extensible Gateway IDS'
        presenters:
                  - Ian Peters

      - title:     'GNU Radio'
        presenters:
                  - Steve Schear

      - title:     'Extreme IP Backtracing'
        presenters:
                  - Jaeson Schultz 
                  - Lawrence Baldwin

      - title:     'Operating System Fingerprinting Library'
        presenters:
                  - T3-Fred Trotter

      - title:     'The Politics of Vulnerabilities'
        presenters:
                  - Scott Blake

      - title:     'Consumer Media Protections'
        presenters:
                  - Adam Bresson

      - title:     'Dmitry Sklyarov and the DMCA: 12 Months Later'
        presenters:
                  - Joe Burton
                  - William Reilly

      - title:     'Trusted Computing Platform Alliance: The Mother(board) of all Big Brothers'
        presenters:
                  - Lucky Green

      - title:     'Widdershins: The Hacker Nation'
        presenters:
                  - Simple Nomad

      - title:     '1992 ... 2002 ... 2012 ...Hacking: The Next Ten Years'
        presenters:
                  - Richard Thieme

      - title:     'The Other Side of Information Security'
        presenters:
                  - Wilco Van Ginkel

      - title:     'Disclosure: The Mother of All Vulnerabilities'
        presenters:
                  - Panel Discussion

      - title:     'Security at Kernel Level'
        presenters:
                  - Philippe Biondi

      - title:     'SNMP Attacks/Security'
        presenters:
                  - DJ Sweet Sensation

      - title:     'Web Application Brute Forcing 101 - "Enemy of the State (Mechanism)"'
        presenters:
                  - David Endler
                  - Michael Sutton

      - title:     'Attacking Networked Embedded Systems'
        presenters:
                  - FX
                  - FtR

      - title:     'Lock Picking: Techniques and Tools for High Security'
        presenters:
                  - Gingerbread Man

      - title:     'High Security Locks, and Access Control Products'
        presenters:
                  - Michael Glasser CRL aka Laz

      - title:     'Hacking .NET Server'
        presenters:
                  - Cyrus Pekiri
                  - Seth Fogie

      - title:     'Citrix and Terminal Services'
        presenters:
                  - Ian Vitek

      - title:     'Community Wireless Networks: Friend or Foe to the Telecom Industry'
        presenters:
                  - Ken Caruso

      - title:     'Mobile VPN Vulnerabilities & Solutions'
        presenters:
                  - Brett Eldridge

      - title:     'Layer 2, Routing Protocols, Router Security & Forensics'
        presenters:
                  - Nicholas Fischbach and Sebastien Lacoste-Seris

      - title:     'Black Ops of TCP/IP: Work NAT, Work. Good NAT. Woof'
        presenters:
                  - Dan Kaminsky

      - title:     'Replacing TripWire with SNMPv3'
        presenters:
                  - Matthew Marsh

      - title:     'Anatomy of Denial of Service Mitigation Testing'
        presenters:
                  - Greg Miles

      - title:     'Wireless Networking'
        presenters:
                  - Bruce Potter
                  - Tony 'Xam' Kapela
                  - Adam Shand

      - title:     'Building Secure Wireless Networks'
        presenters:
                  - zSnark

      - title:     'Bastille Linux 2.0: Six Operating Systems and Still Going!'
        presenters:
                  - Jay Beale

      - title:     'Hardening Solaris Installs'
        presenters:
                  - Chris Hurley

      - title:     'FreeBSD Exploits & Remedies'
        presenters:
                  - Rich Murphey

      - title:     'Resurrecting the Scene through Local ''Hacker'' Meetings'
        presenters:
                  - SkrooYou 
                  - Grifter

      - title:     'SQL Injection'
        presenters:
                  - Kevin Spett

      - title:     'Making a Non-portable Computer System Portable'
        presenters:
                  - TechnoDragon

      - title:     'Intelligence Gathering'
        presenters:
                  - Vic Vandal

      - title:     'Cryptography and Steganography'
        presenters:
                  - Elonka Dunin

      - title:     'Advanced Shellcodes'
        presenters:
                  - FozZy

      - title:     'Introduction to Computer Viruses: Understanding the Fundamentals of How to Identify, Remove and Defend Against Hostile Code'
        presenters:
                  - Robert V1ru5 Lupo

      - title:     'Steganographic Trojans'
        presenters:
                  - Michael Rogers

      - title:     'Introduction to Writing Spiders & Web Agents'
        presenters:
                  - Michael Schrenk

      - title:     'Setiri: Advances in Trojan Technology'
        presenters:
                  - Roelof Temmingh 
                  - Haroon Meer

      - title:     'Stealthful Sniffing, Logging, and Intrusion Detection: Useful and Fun Things You Can Do Without an IP Address'
        presenters:
                  - Mick Bauer

      - title:     'Covert Channels in TCP and IP Headers'
        presenters:
                  - Andrew Hintz

      - title:     'BSD Security Fundamentals'
        presenters:
                  - Sean Lewis

      - title:     'Next Generation Data Forensics & Linux'
        presenters:
                  - Thomas Rude aka Farmerdude

      - title:     'LIDS'
        presenters:
                  - Huagang Xie

      - title:     'Quantum Computing 101: How to Crack RSA'
        presenters:
                  - Dr. Walter C. Daugherity

      - title:     'Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)'
        presenters:
                  - Error

      - title:     'Wolves Among Us'
        presenters:
                  - GOBBLES Security

      - title:     'Selling Out For Fun and Profit'
        presenters:
                  - hellNbak

      - title:     'Stage Biometric Authentication'
        presenters:
                  - Nate Rotschafer

  - year:       2001
    dates:      July 13 - July 15
    location:     
      Country:  USA
      City:     Las Vegas
      Hotel:    Alexis Park Hotel & Casino
    number:     9
    website:    http://www.defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-9-archive.html
    presentations:      
      - title:       'Attacking Control, Routing, and Tunneling Protocols.'
        presenters:
                  - FX

      - title:       'Grabbing User Credentials via W2k ODBC Libraries.'
        presenters:
                  - Thor

      - title:       'Introducing X: Playing Tricks With ICMP'
        presenters:
                  - Ofir Arkin

      - title:       'Windows NT and Novell Host Based Intrusion Detection Using Native Logging and 3 rd Party Log Reporting Tools'
        presenters:
                  - Robert Grill
                  - Michael Cohen

      - title:       'TCP/IP Intelligent Agents: The Future of Electronic Warfare and Defense'
        presenters:
                  - Mark Grimes

      - title:       '8 bits and 8 pins: More Fun with Microcontroller Hacking'
        presenters:
                  - Phil King

      - title:       'Hardware Mods'
        presenters:
                  - TechnoDragon

      - title:       'A Perl Script That Tracks DoS Attacks Across Cisco Backbones'
        presenters:
                  - Raven Alder

      - title:       'Securing Cisco Routers'
        presenters:
                  - Robert Muncy

      - title:       'Using OpenBSD, Snort, Linux and A Few Other Tricks To Set Up A Transparent *ACTIVE* IDS'
        presenters:
                  - Thomas J. Munn

      - title:       'Designing Small Payloads'
        presenters:
                  - Anders Ingeborn

      - title:       'The Captive Portal'
        presenters:
                  - Bruce Potter 
                  - Adam

      - title:       'Falling Dominoes'
        presenters:
                  - Kevin McPeake
                  - Chris Goggans

      - title:       'Gateway Cryptography: Hacking Impossible Tunnels Through Improbable Networks with OpenSSH and the GNU Privacy Guard'
        presenters:
                  - Dan Kaminsky

      - title:       'eBooks Security – Theory and Practice'
        presenters:
                  - Dmitry Sklyarov
                  - Andy Malyshev

      - title:       'KIS: Kernel Intrusion System'
        presenters:
                  - Optyx

      - title:       'Cypherpunk Grade Covert Network Channels'
        presenters:
                  - Jason Peel

      - title:       'Polymorphic Shell Code API'
        presenters:
                  - K2

      - title:       'Evaluating VPN Solutions'
        presenters:
                  - Rob Schein

      - title:       'Data Mining with PHP'
        presenters:
                  - Adam Bresson

      - title:       'Survey of Country-Wide Web Server Security'
        presenters:
                  - Biing Jong Lin
                  - Chieh Chun Lin 
                  - Jan Che Su

      - title:       'Designing Secure Interfaces "for Dummies"'
        presenters:
                  - Nick Farr

      - title:       'Hacking a Trans-Planetary Net'
        presenters:
                  - Richard Thieme

      - title:       '802.11b War Driving and LAN Jacking'
        presenters:
                  - Peter Shipley

      - title:       'Hacker Doctrine in Information Warfare'
        presenters:
                  - Michael Wilson

      - title:       'Firewalling Wireless Devices'
        presenters:
                  - Marcus Andersson

      - title:       'Attacking and Securing RedHat'
        presenters:
                  - Jay Beale

      - title:       'Applying Information Warfare Theory to Generate a Higher Level of Knowledge from Current IDS'
        presenters:
                  - Daniel J. Burroughs

      - title:       'Arranging an Anonymous Rendezvous: Privacy Protection for Internet Servers'
        presenters:
                  - Dr. Ian Goldberg

      - title:       'Windows 2000 Security: How to Lock Down Your Win2k Boxes'
        presenters:
                  - Keith Nugent

      - title:       'IPV6 Security'
        presenters:
                  - Brenno de Winter

      - title:       'NTFS Alternate Data Streams'
        presenters:
                  - HC

      - title:       'Weakest Link'
        presenters:
                  - Bryan Glancey

      - title:       'Widdershins: De-evolution and the Politics of Technology'
        presenters:
                  - Simple Nomad

      - title:       'Bruce Schneier Answers Questions'
        presenters:
                  - Bruce Schneier

      - title:       'Distributed Intrusion Detection System Evasion'
        presenters:
                  - Enrique Sanchez

      - title:       no title
        presenters:
                  - William Tafoya

      - title:       'SafeWeb''s Triangle Boy: IP Spoofing and Strong Encryption in Sservice of a Free Internet.'
        presenters:
                  - Stephen Hsu

      - title:       no title
        presenters:
                  - CdC

      - title:       'Renagade Wireless Networks, Creating Connectivity on Demand'
        presenters:
                  - Lile Elam

      - title:       'The Business Side of Starting Your Own Consulting Firm and How They Can Succeed'
        presenters:
                  - Dennis Salguero

      - title:    'The Principals of Cyber-Anarchy.'
        presenters:
                  - Robert Graham

      - title:       'So You Got Your Lame Ass Sued: A Legal Narrative'
        presenters:
                  - The Defendant

      - title:       'NAT for Newbies and Not-So-Newbies: A Tutorial'
        presenters:
                  - Barry J. Stiefel

      - title:       'Digital Millenium Copyright Act'
        presenters:
                  - Dario D. Diaz
                  - Esq.

      - title:       'An Open Source, International, Attenuated Computer Virus'
        presenters:
                  - Dr. Cyrus Peikari

      - title:       'FAQ The Newbies: Information for People New to Security, Hacking or Defcon'
        presenters:
                  - Shatter

      - title:       'What is SSL, a CA, and FreeCert?'
        presenters:
                  - Len Sassaman

      - title:       'European Cybercrime Treaty'
        presenters:
                  - Jennifer Granick

      - title:       'HavenCo: One Year Later'
        presenters:
                  - Ryan Lackey

      - title:       'Laurentian University Hacker Study Update'
        presenters:
                  - John L. Dodge
                  - Bernadette H. Schell

      - title:       'Security & Privacy are Critically Important Issues in Todays Digitally Connected Age.'
        presenters:
                  - Sharad

      - title:       'The Impact of P2P on Security in the Enterprise'
        presenters:
                  - Dan Moniz

      - title:       'OS/X and Macintosh Security'
        presenters:
                  - Freaky

    panels:
      - title:       'Meet the FED Panel'
        presenters:
                  - Jim Christy

  - year:       2000
    dates:      July 28 - July 30
    location:     
      Country:  USA
      City:     Las Vegas
      Hotel:    Alexis Park Hotel & Casino
    number:     8
    website:    http://www.defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-8-archive.html
    presentations:      
      - title:     'Modeling, Detecting and Responding to Unauthorized Root Transitions'
        presenters:
                  - Tim Lawless 
                  - Saint Jude

      - title:     'Evading Network-based Intrusion Detection Systems'
        presenters:
                  - Robert Graham

      - title:     'IP-spoofing and source routing connections with Linux 2.0.X'
        presenters:
                  - Ian Vitek

      - title:     'A Protocol That Uses Steganography to Circumvent Network Level Censorship'
        presenters:
                  - Bennett Haselton

      - title:     'Advanced Buffer Overflow Techniques'
        presenters:
                  - Greg Hoglund

      - title:     '8-Bit Redux: Microcontroller Hacking'
        presenters:
                  - Phil King

      - title:     'Penetrating B1 Trusted Operating Systems'
        presenters:
                  - Mythrandir

      - title:     'Building a Backdoor Binary (featuring SSH 2.0.13)'
        presenters:
                  - Evil Wrangler

      - title:     'Palm OS Security'
        presenters:
                  - Adam Bresson

      - title:     'Dot-Com Smashing: Buffer Overflows on the SPARC'
        presenters:
                  - ghandi

      - title:     'Opensource Utilities and How to Use Them To Test IDSes and Firewalls'
        presenters:
                  - syke

      - title:     'Puzzlenet.net - Designing An Anonymous Network'
        presenters:
                  - Kent Radek

      - title:     'Lotus Notes/Domino Security'
        presenters:
                  - Chris Goggans
                  - Kevin McPeake
                  - Wouter Aukema

      - title:     'Network IDS - Do Not Bend, Fold, Spindle or Mutilate'
        presenters:
                  - John S. Flowers

      - title:     'Freenet 101 + Why We''re Anonymous'
        presenters:
                  - blanu

      - title:     'Advanced Evasion of IDS Buffer Overflow Detection'
        presenters:
                  - jeru

      - title:     'The Impact of Passive Network Mapping in Distributed Environments'
        presenters:
                  - Subterrain Security Group (SSG)

      - title:     'The USAFA Cadet Hacking Case: What Both Sides Should Learn About Computer Forensics'
        presenters:
                  - Gregory B. White

      - title:     'Proactive Defense Against Malicious Code'
        presenters:
                  - Ron Moritz

      - title:     'Web Application Security'
        presenters:
                  - D-Krypt

      - title:     'The Citizen Hacker: Patriot or War Criminal?'
        presenters:
                  - David J. DiCenso

      - title:     'TEXTFILES.COM : ONE YEAR LATER'
        presenters:
                  - Jason Scott

      - title:     'Windows 2000 Security'
        presenters:
                  - Mr. Mojo

      - title:     'Using the Internet Pseudonymously III: It''s Alive!'
        presenters:
                  - Ian Goldberg

      - title:     'Demonstration and presentation of the Autonomous Nodes that Batz and Caezar presented in concept at BlackHat Singapore'
        presenters:
                  - Ender

      - title:     no title
        presenters:
                  - Phillip J. Loranger

      - title:     'A How-to Regarding Network Mapping That Covers Some Interesting Techniques Not Commonly Used'
        presenters:
                  - Simple Nomad

      - title:     'Anonymous Remailers: The Importance of Widely-available Anonymity In An Age of Big Brother'
        presenters:
                  - noise

      - title:     no title
        presenters:
                  - Bruce Schneier

      - title:     'Fake ID by Mail and Modem'
        presenters:
                  - John Q. Newman

      - title:     '10 Steps You Can Take To Protect Your Privacy'
        presenters:
                  - John Q. Newman

      - title:     'Social Engineering at Def Con:Games Hackers Play'
        presenters:
                  - Richard Thieme

      - title:     'Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act'
        presenters:
                  - Eric Sinrod

      - title:     'Virus Writers: The End of The Innocence'
        presenters:
                  - Sarah Gordon

      - title:     'Tunneling and Firewalls'
        presenters:
                  - Aaron Grothe

      - title:     no title
        presenters:
                  - V1ru5
                  - "*Hobbit*"

      - title:     no title
        presenters:
                  - CdC

      - title:     'Radio Hacking'
        presenters:
                  - Wyatt

      - title:     'Need for Home-based Firewalls'
        presenters:
                  - Thomas Munn

      - title:     'Virus talk: An Introduction To Computer Viruses'
        presenters:
                  - V1ru5

      - title:     'Using Tools To Obtain Recon on NT Networks'
        presenters:
                  - Mr. Nasty

      - title:     'The Law and Hacking'
        presenters:
                  - Jennifer Granick
                  - Grant Gottfriend

      - title:     'What is DNS and alt Roots? What Are Alternate Roots and Why Does Internet Duck'
        presenters:
                  - Mike Scher

      - title:     'What PGP and Crypto Is and How to Use (and Not Use) It'
        presenters:
                  - DDT - PGP

      - title:     'How To Make a Linux Firewall with IP-chains'
        presenters:
                  - Thomas Munn

      - title:     'Security and Hacking of the MacOS and Details of OSX'
        presenters:
                  - Freaky

      - title:     'FAQ the Kiddies'
        presenters:
                  - Pyr0

      - title:     'System Profiling: Target Analysis or How Crackers Find You'
        presenters:
                  - Daremoe

      - title:     'Hacktivits to Activists - Making the Transition'
        presenters:
                  - Natasha Gregori

      - title:     'Majo Nation: Building a Next Generation Distributed Data Service'
        presenters:
                  - Jim McCoy

      - title:     'Meet the FED [ Panel ]'
        presenters:
                  - Arthur L. Money

      - title:     'LDAP'
        presenters:
                  - Xs

    panels:
      - title:     Legal Panel

  - year:       1999
    dates:      July 9 - July 11
    location:     
      Country:  USA
      City:     Las Vegas
      Hotel:    Alexis Park Hotel & Casino
    number:     7
    website:    http://www.defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-7-archive.html
    presentations:      
      - title:     'Cult of the Dead Cow - BO2K!'
        presenters:
                  - CdC

      - title:     'The Myths Associated with Hiring Hackers'
        presenters:
                  - Ira Winkler

      - title:     'Using the Internet Pseudonymously: One Year Later'
        presenters:
                  - Ian Goldberg

      - title:     'TEXTFILES, G-PHILES, AND LOG FILES: Remembering the 1980''s Through ASCII'
        presenters:
                  - Jason Scott

      - title:     'Personal Privacy and Big Brother Databases'
        presenters:
                  - John Q. Newman

      - title:     'How To Use BSD To Setup A Firewall/Gateway'
        presenters:
                  - Cyber

      - title:     'Introduction to Macintosh Security'
        presenters:
                  - Freaky

      - title:     'Followup on Micropower Radio'
        presenters:
                  - Prof. Feedlebom

      - title:     'IPv6: Who/What/When/Where/How/Why'
        presenters:
                  - Dr. Byte

      - title:     'Lock Picking Explored'
        presenters:
                  - V1RU5
                  - Stephen Wadlow
                  - Gurney Halleck
                  - "*Hobbit*"

      - title:     'How To Be Aware of Security Problems On Your Network'
        presenters:
                  - Craig H. Rowland

      - title:     'Firewalls: Trends and Problem'
        presenters:
                  - Steven Alexander

      - title:     'Introduction to Computer Viruses'
        presenters:
                  - Robert Lupo

      - title:     'Inventor of The So-called "Wearable Computer"'
        presenters:
                  - Steve Mann

      - title:     'How To Set Up A Firewall With xBSD O/S'
        presenters:
                  - Cyber

      - title:     'Intro to TCP/IP Exploits'
        presenters:
                  - Peter Shipley

      - title:     'Phreaking and PBX Tricks'
        presenters:
                  - Gh0st

      - title:     'Currency Systems, Credit Systems and Associations'
        presenters:
                  - Dead Addict

      - title:     'HERF Guns, EMP Bombs and Weapons of Mass Disruption (UnClassified)'
        presenters:
                  - Winn Schwartau

      - title:     'Embedded Systems Hacking'
        presenters:
                  - Deanna Peugeot

      - title:     'The Defcon Proxy Server'
        presenters:
                  - R

      - title:     'The Ethics/Morality/Practicality/Patriotism of Hacking'
        presenters:
                  - Mr Phillip
                  - J. Loranger

      - title:     'Fear and Loathing in Cyberspace: The Art and Science of Enemy Profiling'
        presenters:
                  - Angus Blitter

      - title:     'The Firewall Appliance: Friend or Foe?'
        presenters:
                  - Daremoe

      - title:     'Maricopa Count Prosecutor, AZ & Kevin Higgins - Nevada Attorney General''s Office'
        presenters:
                  - Gail Thackeray

      - title:     'Hacking Las Vegas'
        presenters:
                  - James Jorasch

      - title:     'Introduction to Cyber Forensic Analysis.'
        presenters:
                  - Peter Stephenson

      - title:     'Security Problems Associated with Client-side Scripting in Popular Web-based Services'
        presenters:
                  - Tom

      - title:     'The Legalities and Practicalities of Searches and Interrogations'
        presenters:
                  - Kevin Poulsen
                  - Jennifer Grannick

      - title:     'Hacking Oracle 101'
        presenters:
                  - Vic Vandal

      - title:     'Internet Anonymity Under Assault: The ''John Doe'' Lawsuits"'
        presenters:
                  - David Sobel

      - title:     'Insecurities in Networking Devices'
        presenters:
                  - Rooster

      - title:     'Extra Border Hacking - How a Company Can Be Hacked Without the Hacker Ever Picking on That Companies Machine'
        presenters:
                  - Jonathan Wignall

      - title:     'Hacking Windows Registries and Shares'
        presenters:
                  - Mojo

      - title:     'IP V.6 Overview'
        presenters:
                  - Swift

      - title:     'Introduction to Scanning'
        presenters:
                  - M0dify

      - title:     'Radio and Computers'
        presenters:
                  - Techno Pagan

      - title:     'Introduction to TCP/IP'
        presenters:
                  - Punkis

      - title:     'Hackers and The Media, a Love Hate Thing'
        presenters:
                  - Martinez

      - title:     'How To Use BO2K'
        presenters:
                  - Reznor

      - title:     'Crypto Tales'
        presenters:
                  - Parekh
    panels:
      - title:     'Meet The Fed'
        presenters:
                  - Feds

      - title:     'Viruses On (and Off) the Internet'
        presenters:
                  - Sarah Gordon

  - year:       1998
    dates:      July 31 - August 2
    location:     
      Country:  USA
      City:     Las Vegas
      Hotel:    Plaza Hotel & Casino
    number:     6
    website:    http://www.defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-6-archive.html
    presentations:      
      - title:     'The L0pht''s TCP/IP Drinking Game'
        presenters:
                  - The L0pht

      - title:     'Secret Scientology Update'
        presenters:
                  - Unknown

      - title:     'The "Who Are You Anyway?" Social engineering contest rules, and review'
        presenters:
                  - Krusty

      - title:     'Capture the Flag III'
        presenters:
                  - DT

      - title:     'Hacker Jeopardy'
        presenters:
                  - Winn Schwartau

      - title:     'The More Things Change The More They Don''t: Soft Destruction and the Ancient Wisdom of Hacking'
        presenters:
                  - Richard Thieme

      - title:     'Tradecraft on Public Networks'
        presenters:
                  - Bruce Schneier

      - title:     'Cryptanalysis of the GSM Identification Algorithm'
        presenters:
                  - Ian Goldberg

      - title:     'A Review of Several Major Computer Crime Cases from the Past Year or Two'
        presenters:
                  - Jennifer Granick

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - Ira Winkler

      - title:    'Cult of the Dead Cow: The announcement of Back Orfice, DirectXploit, and the modular ButtPlugins for BO'
        presenters:
                  - CdC

      - title:     'Massive Illegal Wiretapping Exposed'
        presenters:
                  - Mike Peros

      - title:     'Introducing the Time Based Security Model and Applying Military Strategies to Network and Infrastructural Securitues'
        presenters:
                  - Winn Schwartau

      - title:     'Designer of the EPIC DES Cracker'
        presenters:
                  - Paul Kocher

      - title:     'Zero-Knowledge Systems will release the First Complete Internet Privacy Utility for Consumers in September 1998.'
        presenters:
                  - Austin Hill
                  - Ian Goldberg

      - title:      'The Lastest in Paper Tripping, False Identity, and How to REALLY Not Be Found'
        presenters:
                  - John Q. Newman

      - title:     'Future & Existing Satellite Systems'
        presenters:
                  - Dan Veeneman

      - title:     'An Overview of a 2 year Effort in Massive Multi-modem Wardialing'
        presenters:
                  - Peter Shipley

      - title:     'Copyright vs. Freedom of Speech'
        presenters:
                  - Super Dave

    panels:  
      - title:     'Securing Distributed Systems [ Panel Discussion ] Q&A on intrusion detection (ID) system, NOS, protocol and security utilities.'
        presenters:
                  - Brian Martin
                  - Gale Katz
                  - Route
                  - Ejovi Nuwere
                  - Mudge
                  - Alhambra
                  - "*hobbit*"
                  - Anthony Eufemio

  - year:       1997
    dates:      July 11 - July 13
    location:     
      Country:  USA
      City:     Las Vegas
      Hotel:    Aladdin Hotel & Casino
    number:     5
    website:    http://www.defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-5-archive.html
    presentations:
      - title:     'Cult of the Dead Cow'
        presenters:
                  - CdC

      - title:     'Live pirate radio update and announcement.'
        presenters:
                  - Voice of Murcury

      - title:     'The Capture the Flag Contest and beer updated'
        presenters:
                  - DT

      - title:     'Why Cryptography Is Harder Than It Looks'
        presenters:
                  - Bruce Schneier

      - title:     'The system administrator from the L0pht and the author of netcat in action!'
        presenters:
                  - Mudge
                  - Hobbit

      - title:     'An Overview and Explanation of Publically Available Crypto-tools'
        presenters:
                  - Cyber

      - title:     'Why Cryptography is Harder Than it Looks, Part two'
        presenters:
                  - Sameer Parekh

      - title:     'What the Feds Think of us Hackers.'
        presenters:
                  - Se7en

      - title:     'Teledesign Management - Phreaking in the 90s - The perspective from the industry.'
        presenters:
                  - Ken Kumasawa

      - title:     'Low Earth Orbit Satellites'
        presenters:
                  - Dan Veeneman

      - title:     'Lamer Test'
        presenters:
                  - Ira Winkler

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - Clovis

      - title:     'Packet Sniffing'
        presenters:
                  - Wrangler

  - year:       1996
    dates:      July 26 - July 28
    location:     
      Country:  USA
      City:     Las Vegas
      Hotel:    Monte Carlo Hotel & Casino
    number:     4
    website:    http://www.defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-4-archive.html
    presentations:
      - title:     'The symbiotic relationship between networked computers and humans -- a dialectic constituting a rising spiral of mutual transformation'
        presenters:
                  - Richard Thieme

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - Ira Winkler

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - Hack the Lies

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - John Q. Newman

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - Stephen Cobb

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - Emmanuel Goldstien

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - Attitude Adjuster

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - The Joker''s Joke

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - The Institution

  - year:       1995
    dates:      August 4 - August 6
    location:     
      Country:  USA
      City:     Las Vegas
      Hotel:    Tropicana Hotel & Casino
    number:     3
    website:    http://www.defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-3-archive.html
    presentations:
      - title:     'Issues Surrounding Cryptography, Digital Authentication, and Digital Cash'
        presenters:
                  - Bruce Schneier

      - title:     'Information Warfare, the Year in Review'
        presenters:
                  - Winn Schwartau

      - title:     'Why Hackers Should be Considered a National Asset'
        presenters:
                  - Robert Steele

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - Jim Settle

      - title:     'Agents in The Telecommunications Context, and "Smart" Software That We ''Trust'' To Do The Right Thing'
        presenters:
                  - Curtis Karnow

      - title:     'Social Engineering and Psychological Subversion of Trusted Systems'
        presenters:
                  - Susan Thunder

      - title:     'Survey of IRC Girrrlz,'
        presenters:
                  - Theora

      - title:     'The paper trail of identity documents and what you can do about it. General Q&A'
        presenters:
                  - John Q. Newman

      - title:     'A short Talk on Mag Stripe Reader/Writers and Concerns Surrounding Credit Card Fraud'
        presenters:
                  - Mr. Evil

      - title:     'Q & A, Overview of Governmental Activities and Stuff Surrounding Area-51'
        presenters:
                  - Glenn Campbell

      - title:     'Carefully Consider Your intentions Before Embarking Down The Road of Serious Hacking. How far are you willing to go?'
        presenters:
                  - Oscar Meyer

      - title:     'The Party''s Over: Why Hacking Sucks'
        presenters:
                  - Stephen Cobb
                  - NCSA

      - title:     'Security Auditing + Panel of Oscar Meyer, Mel, Bin High?'
        presenters:
                  - Peter Shipley

      - title:     'Why the Media Sucks and Why It Doesn''t Pay To Mess with Mr. T'
        presenters:
                  - Deth Vegetable

      - title:     'European Scene Update'
        presenters:
                  - The Dark Knight

  - year:       1994
    dates:      June 22 - June 24
    location:     
      Country:  USA
      City:     Las Vegas
      Hotel:    The Sahara Hotel & Casino
    number:     2
    website:    http://www.defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-2-archive.html
    presentations:
      - title:     no title
        presenters:
                  - Phil Zimmermann

      - title:     no title
        presenters:
                  - Gail Thackeray

      - title:     '"Recombinant Culture: Crime In The Digital Network."'
        presenters:
                  - Curtis Karnow

      - title:       no title
        presenters:
                  - Judi Clark

      - title:     no title
        presenters:
                  - Theora

      - title:     'Excellent War Stories from Past Investigations'
        presenters:
                  - Chris Hall

      - title:     'The state of Pirate Radio and on Battling the FCC'
        presenters:
                  - Steven Dunnifer

      - title:     'Overview of Tempest and VanEck Shielding and Radiation'
        presenters:
                  - Winn Schwartau

      - title:     'Anti Virus Programming, or, "Cleaning Up After Other People''s Messes"'
        presenters:
                  - Padgett Peterson

      - title:     'Mark Will Talk About Hacking Cellular Phones'
        presenters:
                  - Mark Lottor

      - title:     'High Energy, Radio Frequency (HERF) and Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) Weapons and Technology'
        presenters:
                  - Winn Schwartau

      - title:     'The European Hacking Community and ''Scene'''
        presenters:
                  - Torquie

      - title:     'The First Annual Virus Creation Awards, and What To Do When The Feds Come'
        presenters:
                  - Dr. Mark Ludwig

      - title:     'What the Software Protection Agency (SPA) Does, Its Charter, and What Its Member Companies Want'
        presenters:
                  - Peter Buruk

      - title:     'WK reveals illegal FBI wire tap activity'
        presenters:
                  - White Knight

      - title:     'Computer Warriors!'
        presenters:
                  - Unknown

      - title:      no title
        presenters:
                  - Damien Thorn

      - title:     'Artimage closes down the convention:'
        presenters:
                  - Artimage          

  - year:       1993
    dates:      June 9 - June 11
    location:     
      Country:  USA
      City:     Las Vegas
      Hotel:    Sands Hotel & Casino
    number:     1
    website:    http://www.defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-1-archive.html
    presentations:
      - title:     'To Hack or Not to Hack, That Is Not The Question'
        presenters:
                  - Ray Kaplan

      - title:     'Computer Privacy, 1st Ammendment, Gender Roles and Discrimination'
        presenters:
                  - Judi Clark

      - title:     'Sun Microsystems: Future Developements In UNIX Security Software, General Q&A on UNIX security. Announcement of his idea for SATAN'
        presenters:
                  - Dan Farmer

      - title:     none
        presenters:
                  - Gail Thackeray

      - title:     'Virus Developements and Concerns'
        presenters:
                  - Mark Ludwig

      - title:     'The Future of the Underground. In light of the "new" internet, windows, and networking, what is the scene coming to?'
        presenters:
                  - Dead Addict

      - title:     'The Law, and It''s Intersection with Virtual Reality, and Liability in "Simulated" Environments and Worlds'
        presenters:
                  - Curtis Karnow
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