[Full-disclosure] ekoparty security trainings (2008) announcement
- From: ekoparty <no-reply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 01:16:56 -0300
ekoparty 4th edition - www.ekoparty.com.ar
Information Security/Insecurity Conference.
October 2 and 3, 2008
Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires - Argentina
What is ekoparty?
It's a one of a kind event in South America; an annual security conference held in Buenos Aires
where security specialists from all over Latin America (and beyond) have the chance to get
involved with state-of-art techniques, vulnerabilities and tools in a relaxed environment the
like of which has not been seen before.
This event was born from the IT underground, where Consultants, Security Officers,
Researchers, Programmers, Technicians, Sys-admins, Geeks, Ninjas, Pirates and technology enthusiasts get
together and enjoy two days of the most important security researches of the year - as well as
enjoying some of the best weather on the continent.
ekoparty security trainings (2008) announcement
* Web Vulnerabilities Discovery & Exploitation - Andrés Riancho [CYBSEC]
* Unethical Hacking - Pablo Solé [IMMUNITY]
* Stack Overflows - Damian Gomez [IMMUNITY]
* Hacking and Defending Oracle Databases - Esteban Martínez Fayó [ARGENISS]
* Unofficial CEH Fast Review - Juan Manuel García
- Course Materials and coffee breaks will be provided for all trainings days.
- Trainings attendants have the ekoparty conference ticket included.
- All trainings will be dictated in Spanish.
* September 29th - First EKO Training day
* September 30th - Second EKO Training day
* October 1st - Third EKO Training day
* October 2nd - ekoparty security conference day one
* October 3rd - ekoparty security conference day two
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