Your Internets are Leaking

A session at Open Source Bridge 2010

Thursday 3rd June, 2010

4:45pm to 5:30pm (PST)

Using FTP, telnet (some of you must still be using telnet), sending mail, surfing gopher, and visiting web sites can all give away personal information and passwords.

We'll show how easy it is for your traffic to be intercepted (using open source tools) and what you can do to protect yourself (also using open source tools).

Including such excitement as:
* Packet sniffers and you
* The dark and ancient magic of SSL certificates
* Man/woman in the middle attacks
* Working around and tunneling through insecure networks
* Quitting passwords cold turkey with public keys and other tools
* Charts! Graphs!
* Public shaming!
* (and possibly more)

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Reid Beels

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Michael Schwern

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Time 4:45pm5:30pm PST

Date Thu 3rd June 2010

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