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Taped presentations

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I've been meaning for a while to put together a list of my taped presentations and web casts. More and more of them are turning up in various places, and it is kind of fun to watch actually. Here is a list. If you know of more, send me an e-mail and let me know and I will update this post.

That was what I found when doing a quick search. There are a few more old web casts which I will see if I can find at some opportune moment. If you find anything not listed here, please let me know.

  • SANS Institute Free Webcast: WebDAV Buffer Overflow Exploit Against IIS 5.0:

    MISRC | Live Webcast:

    Two more that I found.

  • P.S. regarding that first one... I find it makes a lot of firms rethink that Dr. Watson setting in their security hardening settings. They tend to reevaluate the risk of that setting after viewing that web cast. I'm glad you highlighted that one.

  • I saw the first one, but that did not seem relevant. The second was supposed to be password protected. I guess not eh? I just did that last week, so I did not think it was up yet.

  • The link to Anatomy of a Hack is no longer valid. Is there an archive where we'll be able to view that presentation?

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