BruCON 0x05 has ended
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Registrations start at 8h30!
Workshop rooms in the location Novotel are 5 minutes walking from the main venue.
Workshop seats are limited to max 30 persons in rooms Orval, Chimay & La Trappe Seats will be on a first come first serve basis, please be there in time
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Robin Wood

Robin has over six years experience in computer security and over fifteen in software development. He has ran security audits for many large banks, trading firms and various other international organizations.

Robin is an active member of the computer security community, regularly publishing blog posts and security tools on topics varying from auditing security cameras to password analysis. He has spoken at various security conferences including ShmooCon, DEFCON Wireless Village and BSides London.

Robin’s background as a software developer, where he specialised in web applications, gives him an insight into application testing which most other testers don’t have. Being able to see an application from the perspective of both a tester and a developer means a more through test and a report which can be better understood by those who have to fix any issues detected.

He has various certifications, the main on being CHECK Team Leader for Applications. This is a tough UK based certification required when testing for the government or military.

A Tool a Month
My BruCON 5x5 prize win saw me creating 10 new tools and blog posts spread over this year, in this workshop I'll do a speed update on all of them and then cover a few in more detail. I'll let the room chose which ones they want to see but will definitely cover Pipal and show how easy it is to write custom splitters and checkers.
For a full list of tools and posts see http://www.digininja.org/blog/brucon_5x5.php

My Speakers Sessions

Friday, September 27

3:30pm CEST