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2016 Room Rate Ends May 6th

Posted on 22 April 2016 (0)

Don’t forget to book your LayerOne 2016 room at a discounted rate! Use THIS LINK to get a discounted rate. Discounted room rates are available until May 6, 2016. More information about the conference hotel is available on the Venue page.

While you’re at it, don’t forget to pre-register for the conference at the registration page. Pre-registration gets you full access to to the event and all presentations, contests, and villages. You can also register on-site during the event via cash or Square.

Sincerely,
The LayerOne Staff

LayerOne 2016 Full Speaker List!

Posted on 20 April 2016 (0)

LayerOne is proud to announce the full speaker list for 2016!

Adam Donenfeld & Daniel Brodie – OEMs considered harmful: Hello new 0days!
Amit Serper – OSX.Pirrit: The Blue Balls of Mac Adware
David Sharpe – Intrusion Hunting for the Masses – A Practical Guide
Geoffrey Janjua – Kerberos Party Tricks
Herbert Icasiano – Investigating HIPAA Breaches and Identifying Vulnerabilities
Ignat Korchagin – Enforcing Web security and privacy with zero-knowledge protocols
IrishMASMS – Hackers Hiring Hackers: How to Hack the Interview Process and Attract Talent
Machinist – Photogrammetry – 3D imaging techniques with a plain old camera
Sander Smith – Won’t Somebody Please Think of the Routers
Sean T. Malone – Planning Effective Red Team Exercises
Viss – Attacking OSX for Fun and Profit
XCC & Alex – Hacking Commercial ATMs and Safes

You can read full descriptions and speaker bios over on the Speakers page.

The full conference schedule is coming soon! Until then, make sure you’re pre-registered for the events and don’t forget to get a discounted hotel room before offers end!

Sincerely,
The LayerOne Staff

Tamper-Evident Contest: King of the Hill

Posted on 19 April 2016 (0)

LayerOne 2016 is proud to present another Tamper-Evident Contest brought to you by the fine folks of the MFP Tamper Team!

Do you have extensive knowledge of defeats for tamper-evident devices? Or maybe you’ve heard about the tamper contests and would like to try your hand at it? We have just the challenge for you: King of the Seal! Come one, come all – play against your friends!

Here’s how it works:

1. To enter, you must open and close (unseal/reseal) a tamper evident device without visible, tactile, or olfactory evidence that you did so.
2. Turn in your entry to the friendly Tamper Village staff. We will rate your attempt.
3. If you’re better than the current best for that category, your entry will become the new king of the hill! The tampered seal will be placed atop a pedestal and displayed for all to see.
5. Until someone comes and does a better job, you hack. Try again. Do better!

Additional Rules:
* Max team size: 1
* Tamper Evident Staff evaluations are swift and brutal. Try harder.

There will be multiple seals available for your purview including mechanical and adhesive seals. Old favorites and new challenges will be present for you to play with. This is an excellent way for you to practice tampering seals you have never seen and beating those that have frustrated you for years.

Learn more about the many contests and events of LayerOne 2016 over on the Events page. Make sure you’re pre-registered for the events and don’t forget to get a discounted hotel room before offers end!

Sincerely,
The LayerOne Staff

Two weeks left for Disconnect+L1 package deal!

Posted on 14 April 2016 (0)

There are just over two weeks left to get the discounted package for attending both Disconnect Camp and LayerOne 2016. Disconnect Camp is an awesome outdoors camping and hacking event conveniently following LayerOne 2016 on May 30-June 1st, 2016. Hack away at LayerOne 2016 then unwind and relax at Disconnect Camp. Sound good? We thought so! Pre-register for one or both events over on the registration page. L1+DC package deal ends on April 29, 2016 @ 23:59 Pacific. The L1-only online pre-registration ends on May 25, 2016 @ 23:59 Pacific. Register NOW to save money!

While you’re registering, we also recommend getting your discounted room rate for LayerOne 2016! Discounted room rate offer ends on May 6th!

Sincerely,
The LayerOne Staff

DeObf 2016: I Wanna Be (De)Obfuscated!

Posted on 13 April 2016 (0)

LayerOne is proud to announce the return of the (De)Obfuscation-Contest! I Wanna Be (De)Obfuscated is a reversing/code focused CTF specializing in the worst of the worst when it comes to code and binary analysis. Prepare for blood, sweat, and headaches; this contest will test the limits of your knowledge on reverse engineering, programming, code obfuscation, and poorly written programming jokes. Did you miss last year or want to get some reps in before this year’s contest? The previous years’ problems are available for practice!

Reverse engineering not your specialty? There’s also the LayerOne Capture The Flag which focuses on penetration testing, exploitation, forensics, and more!

Sincerely,
The LayerOne Staff