If you just want to watch so the video, here you go. But this article also contains some more information below.
One of the most interesting video series I found there was Journey into Cryptography
It offers a great oversight of encryption methods, historical relevance and most importantly, emerging patterns that offer an attack vector due to lack of entropy which leads to a low key-strength. This video is a great way to get into the principles of cryptography.
The series can also be watch directly on youtube via this playlist:
As it comes to no surprise, Linux totally dominates on this field.
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The program for the upcoming outdoor hacking event in the Netherlands is online with some very promising topics:
- Anonymous Vs. Scientology
- Internet Threaths, the ISP perspective
- Search engines and censorship
- OpenSolaris Workshop
- Securing networks from an ISP perspective
- A hackers guide to surviving in the corporate world
- All Your Packets Are Belong to Us
- Why did Germany pull the plug on e-voting?
- DNS Security In The Broadest Sense
- Native IPv6 deployment at XS4ALL
- OpenBeer Workshop
- How we break into domains
- Surveillance Self-Defense
- Locally Exploiting Wireless Sensors
Stay tuned for my upcoming outdoor hacker event survival guide 😉
WASHINGTON — NASA and Internet Archive, a non-profit digital library based in San Francisco, made available the most comprehensive compilation ever of NASA’s vast collection of photographs, historic film and video Thursday. Located at www.nasaimages.org, the Internet site combines for the first time 21 major NASA imagery collections into a single, searchable online resource. A link to the Web site will appear on the
Check it out at http://www.nasaimages.org/ – a very awesome image collection!