[Full-Disclosure] iDEFENSE VCP Party 2004

From: Richard Johnson (thief_at_bugtraq.org)
Date: 07/24/04

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    To celebrate the success and two-year anniversary of iDEFENSE's
    Vulnerability Contributor Program (VCP), we will again be hosting a
    VCP party on Friday, July 30th, 2004, at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
    in Las Vegas, Nevada:

            http://www.hardrockhotel.com

    The party will begin at the Sports Deluxe Bar on the ground floor of
    the hotel with an open bar from 7pm to 9pm:

            http://www.hardrockhotel.com/party_drink_sportsdeluxe.php

    The party continues from 9pm until midnight in our executive suite
    for extended drinking, food and debauchery. If you are interested in
    intending please RSVP as soon as possible, letting us know how many
    will be in your party.

    For those of you attending the conferences, two of our researchers,
    Richard Johnson and Peter Silberman will be presenting their analysis
    on various buffer overflow prevention software at both Black Hat and
    Defcon:

            Black Hat: Thursday, July 29th 3:15 in Zero Day Defense
            Defcon: Friday, July 30th 1:00 in Apollo

    We are proud to announce the start of three separate award programs:

        - VCP Retention Program
        - VCP Incentive Program
        - VCP Referral Program

    The purpose of which is to incentivize and reward both current and
    future contributors. The details of these programs are attached.

    The iDEFENSE Labs Staff

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