Update: the video/audio of this talk will not be put online afterwards.
On Fri, Feb 18, 2005 at 01:15:29AM +0000, David Cathcart wrote:
> OT but some people might be interested.
>> We're (UCD Internet Society) having a series of lectures by three
> members of the OpenBSD development team, Theo de Raadt, Henning Brauer,
> Ryan McBride. It will be a gruelling 3hour+ session but there'll
> hopefully be a free bar afterwards (we wanted to intersperse the
> lectures with beer but couldn't get the proper license). All free to
> anyone. Come and heckle if you like. We'll be putting videos online
>> Time & Location: 2nd March 6.30 pm Theatre M Arts Block UCD
>> David Cathcart
>> ----Information Follows----
> The UCD Internet Society is proud to present a series of public talks by the
> people who bring you OpenBSD, OpenSSH, OpenBGPd and OpenNTPd. These guys are
> well known around the world for their multiple contributions to the security
> and networking domains. Their software is used in products from many high
> profile companies, such as Sun Microsystems, IBM, Microsoft and Cisco.
>> This is a rare chance to get to see their presentations and ask them your own
> questions in Ireland. Certainly not to be missed by anybody who has an interest
> in networking or security! Tell everyone you know, friends don't let friends
> miss an event of this calibre.
>> The talks are:
> * Theo de Raadt - Exploit Mitigation; reducing vulnerabilities to stop
> crackers in their tracks.
>> * Henning Brauer - OpenBGPd; industrial strength routing, pro-actively
>> * Ryan McBride - Network Randomness; predictability is bad, how to reduce
> - PF; highly advanced packet filtering.
>> The talk will take place in Theatre M in the UCD Arts Block, starting at 18:30
> Wednesday the 2nd of March 2005. We will be holding a reception after the talks
>> The talk is FREE and open to everybody.
>> Map: http://www.ucd.ie/maps/ucd_campus2005_buildingsversion.jpg>> Directions: UCD is located on the N11. From the city centre buses 10,
> 46A and 11B will take you to UCD. The 10 will bring you closest. The 10
> stops at point 27 on the map, the 11b at point 49, and the 46A across
> the road from point 1. Coming via Dart, get off at Blackrock and take
> the 17 bus which will stop at point 27. The talks will be in the Arts
> block (also known as the John Henry Newman Building) which is building
> 14 on the map. Theatre M is on the right as you come in the main
> entrance (follow the coloured lines).
>> More details on the event can be found at:
>http://netsoc.ucd.ie/events/openbsd/>> The OpenBSD project website is:
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