We are open for submissions! Contest deadlines is now the 4th of September!
If you have an idea about what 20 years of ToorCon means to you… or… perhaps what you think the next 20 year might be like… either way we want to see your vision. And even share it at the con…
All three contests are open. Details can be found here.
Last chance to submit your talk to ToorCon XX! Since this is a special year, we’re looking for talks addressing our successes and failings as a community over the last 20 years as well as cutting edge research that will hopefully shape the next 20:
– All things Retro
– Embedded / Hardware Security
– Machine Learning
– Blockchain / DLT / Smart Contracts
– (Not) Repeating History
– Secure Coding
– Vulnerability Detection
– Verification Methods
– SAT / SMT Solvers / Theorem Provers
After an amazing ToorCamp, we’ve switched gears and are busy preparing for ToorCon 20! We want to see all of the cool things you’ve been up to for the last year!
Head on over to our CFP page to submit your research. We can’t wait to see what you all will present in September when we celebrate our 20th year!
We’re proud to announce our lineup for the Deep Knowledge Seminars on Friday September 1st. The Seminars are setup as a more intimate environment where there’s more of an interaction between the presenters and audience. Don’t miss out on these great talks and the chance to connect with some of the greatest minds in the security industry, Register Today!
Registration for ToorCon 17 is now open. We have moved the event to earlier in the year due to calendar conflicts in October. We have also expanded the workshops to 4 days and now the event starts on a Monday. 4 days of workshops, 1 day of Seminars, and 2 days of conference – a whole week of Toor! Register today!
We’ve finally gotten around to posting the slides for most of the talks, and should have videos up shortly. This year was a major success and everyone had great fun with the “ToorCon turns 18” voting theme for this year.
Once again, thanks so much for coming out last month and we look forward to seeing you all at the next event!
Hey Gang! Despite a late start, ToorCon 2015 Registration is now open. We’ve been busy literally making the next generation of Hackers. Pre-Reg at $80 now. We’ll see you at the show!
Despite being widely distributed and deployed in nearly every modern home and small office, SOHO networking equipment has received surprisingly little attention from security researchers. Yet, these devices facilitate the connectivity and protection (we hope) of millions of end-systems. The critical vulnerabilities that persist in these widely used devices demonstrate an urgent need for deeper scrutiny.
SOHOplessly is a no-holds-barred router hacking competition. There will be three (3) tracks that focus on exploiting vulnerabilities.
Track 0 is a pre-con contest. Track 1 is a capture the flag style contest. Track 2 is a surprise contest that will take place at random times throughout the conference.
Please see the contest page for more information!
If you are brave enough to wake early Sunday, October 26 from 8:30 to 11 am, join us at the 1st Annual PancakeCon! PancakeCon is hell-bent on offering the three best hours of eating gourmet pancakes in an interesting atmosphere of demonstrating technology exploitation, inventive software and hardware solutions, and open discussions of critical InfoSec issues. PancakeCon will be hosted at CyberHive, a nearby incubator and shared workspace dedicated to the building the next generation of cybersecurity products.
More information will be in the program and announced during the conference! PancakeCon.
Join us as San Diego 2600 Presents a Team Fortress 2 LAN Party, Friday, October 24th, at 9PM. Join other hackers in Team Fortress 2 madness, either in the structured team server or on the free-for-all server. Bring your laptop/gaming rig with Team Fortress 2 (available for free on Steam) and join in the fun.
Interested? Please fill out the following form. You do not have to provide your real name or handle, but we would appreciate a count so we can anticipate the number of people interested in playing.