Chaos Communication Congress in Leipzig, Germany
Posted: February 26, 2018
I'm quite late on the recap, but here's the list of the talks I attended during 34c3, the 34th Chaos Communication Congress:
Dude, you broke the Future!
Demystifying network cards
The Enemy: face-to-face with combatants
WTFrance: a sneak peek into French politics and cryptography
How can you trust formally verified software?
Tightening the Net in Iran
Mobile Data Interception from the Interconnection Link
We should share our secrets
Reverse Engineering FPGAs
May contain DTraces of FreeBSD
Spy vs. Spy: A Modern Study Of Microphone Bugs Operation And Detection
Internet of Fails
Coming Soon: Machine-Checked Mathematical Proofs in Everyday Software and Hardware Development
History and implications of DRM
Net Neutrality Enforcement in the EU
Meeting with Debian contributors
Cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, etc.: revolutionary tech?
Meeting again with Debian friends
Protecting Your Privacy at the Border
How Alice and Bob meet if they don't like onions
Decoding Contactless (Card) Payments
Library operating systems
Briar - Resilient P2P Messaging for Everyone
Privacy Shield - Lipstick on a Pig?
The Internet in Cuba: A Story of Community Resilience
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