Websec at Shmoocon 2012 Firetalks

Websec at Shmoocon 2012 Firetalks

Posted on January 31, 2012

Shmoocon is one of the best computer security conferences in the United States. It takes place in Washington, D.C. Something that has characterized this event is high-level conferences and a very limited amount of tickets. Tickets are sold in batches of 500 and they are all bought in a few seconds.

Websec had the pleasure of being present in 2012 Shmoocon in January. On this occasion Pedro Joaquín spoke at the event called Firetralks where he introduced the latest developments in his tool Routerpwn.

You can watch the video here:


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