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Ekoparty

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The Ekoparty is an annual computer security conference that brings together a variety of people interested in information security. The Briefings take place regularly in Buenos Aires, Argentina.[1]

History

Ekoparty was founded in 2005 by Juan Pablo Daniel Borgna, Leonardo Pigner, Federico Kirschbaum, Jerónimo Basaldúa and Francisco Amato.[1] In addition to the talks, Ekoparty has different activities like workshops, wargames, Wardriving, Lockpicking challenges, and forensics challenges.[2][3]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Ekoparty - Acerca de" (in Spanish). Ekoparty. Retrieved 2011-12-26. 
  2. ^ "Ekoparty: llega una nueva edición de la cumbre de seguridad informática" (in Spanish).  
  3. ^ """Persiguiendo redes Wi-Fi en "barco (in Spanish).  

External links

  • Ekoparty homepage
  • Beyond DEFCON, 15 Must see Hacking Conferences
  • Browser Exploit Against SSL/TLS at Ekoparty
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