ToorCamp 2016 Registration is now open

ToorCamp 2016 Registration is now open. Registration is broken up into 3 Rounds and the leet friends of ToorCamp. All rounds give you full access to the camp, a tshirt, and a grab bag of goodies. Each round is limited to 130 tickets. Why 3 Rounds? Running this event is expensive but we know not everyone can afford full admission. The cheaper tickets are there for those who are having a tough time but want to participate and the more expensive tickets are there to help support people who are having a tough time :).

For those who aren’t having a tough time, want to support the camp, and or have their company paying for their ticket, please register for the leet friends of ToorCamp and help make this event better. There are only 10 of these leet tickets.

Camp is on an island this year and we only can have 400 attendees due to space limitations. We are still working on group camp layout and cabin registration. That information will be posted late January.

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Workshop Venue Change!

The workshops are kicking off today at 8:30am and have been moved to the 13th floor in the Office Tower at the Emerald Plaza (use the office tower elevators on the other side of the building from the hotel lobby). Continental breakfast will be provided. If you have trouble finding us, ask the concierge or the office tower security desk in the lobby.

Workshops Open for Registration!

260930313_57c3abaee2_mWe have some great workshops this year. Once again, Michael Ossmann will be teaching his best selling Software Defined Radio Workshop based on the HackRF. New workshops for this year include Dmitry Nedospasov teaching Hardware Hacking using FPGAs and Ubertooth hackers, Mike Ryan & Dominic Spill teaching their first ever Bluetooth Hacking Workshop. Tickets are selling fast, so register today!

SOHOplessly Broken Contest!

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!

PancakeCon? PancakeCon!

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.

SOHOplessly Broken Contest!

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!