LayerOne coming soon

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Annual hacker conference LayerOne will be held May 23-24th in Anaheim, CA. They’ve completed the speaker lineup and have quite a few interesting talks. [David Bryan] Will be focusing on practical hacking with the GNU Radio. It’s a software defined radio that we’ve covered in the past for GSM cracking. [Datagram] will present lockpicking forensics. While lockingpicking isn’t as obvious as brute force entry, it still leaves behind evidence. He’s launched lockpickingforensics.com as a companion to this talk. LayerOne is definitely worth checking out if you’re in the Los Angeles area.

Comments

  1. -.- says:

    First again…you guys are terrible at this bizz.

  2. vicky says:

    this isn’t a contest moron, we actually read the articles and post on it’s relevance or non relevance to the hacking/modding/let’s-screw-this-shit-up community. but hey you wanna dance give us a little more, we’ll dance.

  3. spadefinger says:

    lol @ first post douchebag…..

  4. 2nd Douchebag says:

    Yess First aga~~ AH SHIT!

  5. LifeSize says:

    Hmm… I just found some software that hacks the comments database and deletes all first post comments that contain the word “first”. I think I’ll give it a try.

  6. ariyus says:

    wow interesting conference, i waiting result of video

  7. stevem says:

    thank you first poster for reminding hackaday that they should never, ever, *ever* post articles about anon again. seriously guys.

  8. jay says:

    Wow, for once a contest practically in my backyard and I’m not going because the speakers are speaking on worthless topics (In my opinion). I only find two of them interesting.

    Why can’t defcon be closer?

  9. will d. says:

    should the first post on hackaday contain the word ‘first’, it should automatically be deleted.

  10. DickHead says:

    @will d.

    More.. He should die with a pineapple up his ass.
    Seriously..

  11. rsvpepper says:

    pineapple in the rectum and a fist full of habaneros in the occular orbits. That might cause sufficient pain for posting such a weak flame on my fav site.

  12. Man On Fire says:

    http://www.lockpickingforensics.com/index.php

    a link, for those interested in reading something about lock forensics.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Hey, morons: half of the comments are talking about the first one, which itself says nothing. Congratulations for contributing.

    Now, I loves me some SDR, and I’m more than certain it has all sorts of practical uses. I don’t need to be talked at for that. But what kind of trend on prices are we seeing for it? As far as I can tell, the GNU Radio rigs are selling for a thousand bucks, not including a daughter board that does the actual tuning, which costs a couple hundred more.

    Where are the radio hacks? How capable is a cheap soundcard, an ebay thinkpad, and maybe an arduino?

  14. Anonymous says:

    Hey, morons: half of the comments so far address indirectly or directly nothing but the first one, which has no content itself. Congratulations for contributing.

    Now, I loves me some SDR, and I’m more than certain it has all sorts of practical uses. I don’t need to be talked at for that. But what kind of trend on prices are we seeing for it? As far as I can tell, the GNU Radio rigs are selling for a thousand bucks, not including a daughter board that does the actual tuning, which costs a couple hundred more.

    Where are the radio hacks? How capable is a cheap soundcard, an ebay thinkpad, and maybe an arduino?

  15. datagram says:

    Hello all,

    In addition to the talk and the site we’ll be having a full fledged Lockpicking Village with a variety of mini-lectures, practice locks, and a large collection of high-security lock designs from around the world. Deviant Ollam will also be bringing Gringo Warrior, a jailbreak-themed lockpicking contest. Hope to see you all at LayerOne!

    -datagram

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