My training by Saumil Shah was excellent! Highly recommended if you want to learn exploit development without reversing.
I didn’t attend a lot of briefings, the subjects were less interesting to me than past years. But I did a lot of networking, I met many interesting people. I had lunch with Moxie Marlinspike, the author of SSLStrip. He has interesting viewpoints: did you know he started to develop SSLStrip in 2002? It’s only because he was done experimenting with it that he decided to disclose! And we share a common interest in CRASS.
Thanks to everybody I met at BH, the networking was excellent! I estimate I distributed 50 of my PDF stickers 😉 . You gave me a lot of ideas that will require even more time to develop. Like past years, I got a new stego idea but this time, I’m reserving it for Brucon‘s hacker challenge. You’ll have to wait for October for the disclosure.
This year was also the first time I had a 2D-barcode on my badge:
The above picture doesn’t actually show my real barcode, but one I made for this post. My real barcode contains my business coordinates. A hint if you want to find out what’s on this one: it’s a PDF417 barcode (this PDF stands for Portable Data File, not Portable Document Format).