Shmoocon Paper Accepted

I’m speaking at Shmoocon. 

Check out Version 1 launcher video’s at : http://www.youtube.com/user/securidave

 

http://www.shmoocon.org/presentations-all.html

 (Mad Props to Larry. I never would have done if he didn’t ask me or write cfp.)

Building the 2008 and 2009 ShmooBall Launchers

Larry Pesce and David Lauer

Its a series of tubes! Pneumatic tubes!

This talk will describe the infamous 2008 and new 2009 ShmooBall Launchers built by Larry, and introduce Dave’s 2009 design. This talk will include all of the steps behind the planning and building process for our launchers, as well as the history, and backgrounds for the design. We’ll talk about the methods of building, safety considerations for the operator, target and environment, selection of building materials, design considerations and testing. We’ll also discuss some of the construction issues, failures and reasons for what may be considered design flaws. Discussion will also be had about improvements made, and how we can improve for next year.

Larry Pesce (Chief Research Officer, PaulDotCom Enterprises) – In the last 13 years in the computer industry, Larry has become a jack of all trades, most recently focused on the computer security field. In addition to his industry experience, Larry is also a Security Evangelist and co-host for the PaulDotCom Security Weekly podcast at http://www.pauldotcom.com. Larry is also Co-Author of “Linksys WRT54G Ultimate Hacking” and Contributing author of “Using Wireshark and Ethereal” and “How to cheat at configuring Open Source Security Tools”, all from Syngress publishing.

David Lauer has been involved in the computer industry since 1990. His broad background covers a large part of the IT industry. He began his career in programming and database development before he found his calling in networking and security (where his professional strengths and personal preferences mesh seamlessly). He has found that this knowledge of software development and database design often gives him a unique perspective on day-to-day issues. David is also a Co-Host of the SecurityJustice Podcast.

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