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Furthermore, the disclosure dilemma occurs when a country has both incentives and disincentives to disclose details on how it was hacked. government to consult for the private sector, and to write policy and academic papers.
It is literally impossible to see him without his laptop at any given time during the day and has been told frequently to put it away in public; otherwise, you’ll find him at work devoid of any form of social life. Twitter: @X72 Plug is a Mexican immigrant that immigrated to the States at age 18.
In his free time he enjoys playing with synthesizers and modular systems, when possible he volunteers his time to computer security events.
This is Russ’ 17th year as a DEF CON goon, and he has over 25 years experience in hacking.
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It has evolved from a few speaking tracks to an event that still offers the speakers, but also Villages, where you can get hands-on experience and Demo Labs where you can see tools in action.
While learning to read English found a 2600 magazine that lead him to his first LA2600 meeting in 1998, from that point forward he has been a computer security enthusiast.