23rd Chaos Communication Congress

December 12th, 2006 at 11:13 UTC by Steven J. Murdoch

23C3 logoThe 23rd Chaos Communication Congress will be held later this month in Berlin, Germany on 27–30 December. I will be attending to give a talk on Hot or Not: Revealing Hidden Services by their Clock Skew. Another contributor to this blog, George Danezis, will be talking on An Introduction to Traffic Analysis.

This will be my third time speaking at the CCC (I previously talked on Hidden Data in Internet Published Documents and The Convergence of Anti-Counterfeiting and Computer Security in 2004 then Covert channels in TCP/IP: attack and defence in 2005) and I’ve always had a great time but this year looks to be the best yet. Here are a few highlights from the draft programme, although I am sure there are many great talks I have missed.

It’s looking like a great line-up, so I hope many of you can make it. See you there!

Entry filed under: Banking security, Cryptology, Hardware & signals, Internet censorship, Privacy technology

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