23C3 - 1.5

23rd Chaos Communication Congress
Who can you trust?

Schedule Day 1: 27.12.2006

Saal 1 Saal 2 Saal 3 Saal 4 Workshop Area
Saal 1 Saal 2 Saal 3 Saal 4 Workshop Area
09:30

Pressekonferenz

Language: German
Event type: Other
Track: Society

09:45
10:00
10:15
10:30

Who can you trust?

Opening Ceremony and Keynote

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: General

10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30

Das neue gesetzliche Verbot des Hackings

Praktische Auswirkungen des neuen Strafrechtes, das in wenigen Monaten in Kraft treten wird

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

Design and Implementation of an object-oriented, secure TCP/IP Stack

Ethereal^W Wireshark without remote exploits - a proof of concept

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

A Probabilistic Trust Model for GnuPG

A new way of evaluating a PGP web of trust by using a probabilistic trust metric

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Science

Wifi Backpack Strap Workshop

Language: English
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

11:45
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45

Know Your Citizens

State Authorities' Access to Sensitive Information

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Science

Go - Das Spiel für die Menschen

Auch für Computer? - Nicht beim Go!

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Culture

4+2+1 Jahre BigBrotherAwards Deutschland

Eine Lesung aus dem Buch "Schwarzbuch Datenschutz"

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

How To Design A Decent User Interface

Take a look at software from a user's point of view and improve your applications

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

13:00
13:15
13:30
13:45
14:00

The Grim Meathook Future

How The Tech Culture Can Maintain Relevance In The 21st Century

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Culture

Project Sputnik

Realtime in-building location tracking at the 23C3

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Gäste-Überwachung in Hotels durch staatliche und private Schnüffler

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

Introduction to matrix programming: trance codes

How to recognize trance coded communication patterns

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

AVIT>C23: Vidvox VDMX5

Language: English
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

14:15
14:30
14:45
15:00
15:15
15:30

Dylan Introduction

Language: English
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

15:45
16:00

Privacy, Identity, and Anonymity in Web 2.0

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

Lightning Talks Day 1

Language:
Event type: Lightning-Talk
Track:

The Rise and Fall of Open Source

The Million Eyeball Principle and forkbombs

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Community

Fudging with Firmware

Firmware reverse-engineering tactics

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

16:15
16:30
16:45
17:00
17:15

Drones

Autonomous flying vehicles

Language: German
Event type: Other
Track: Science

A not so smart card

How bad security decisions can ruin a debit card design

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Information Operations

Sector-Oriented Analysis of the Potential Impact and Possible Countermeasures

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Science

Java wird Groovy

Eine Einführung in die neue, dynamische Sprache für das Java-Ökosystem

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Machine Learning in a Nutshell

A hands on workshop

Language: English
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

17:30
17:45
18:00
18:15
18:30

Hacking the Electoral Law

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Culture

Hacking fingerprint recognition systems

Kann ich dir ein Bier ausgeben?

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

The gift of sharing

A critical approach to the notion of gift economy within the everyday life-world of free and open source software (FOSS).

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

18:45
19:00
19:15
19:30

Infon Battle Arena

An introduction

Language: English
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

19:45
20:00
20:15
20:30

We don't trust voting computers

The story of the dutch campaign against black-box voting to date

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

Open Source Machine Translation

From tools, to tricks, to projects: build a translation engine from Klingon to Finnish in an hour

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Science

Hacking a Country: FOSS in India

An Overview Free and Open Source Software efforts and projects in India

Language: English
Event type: Podium
Track: Community

Güter und Personen "tracken" - Lokalisierung im Pizzamann-Universum

Technische Mittel und soziale Aspekte des "Tracking & Tracing"

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

20:45
21:00
21:15
21:30
21:45

Transparency and Privacy

The 7 Laws of Identity and the Identity Metasystem

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

Kollaboratives Wissensmanagement im Bildungsbereich

Die Zitierfähigkeit von Wiki-Wissen

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Science

Building an Open Source PKI using OpenXPKI

Take a lot of Perl, add some OpenSSL, sprinkle it with a few HSMs, stir, season to taste, enjoy!

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

SnortAttack.org

The IPS CHALLENGE

Language: English
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

22:00
22:15
22:30
22:45
23:00

Revenge of the Female Nerds

Busting Myths about Why Women Can't Be Technical

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Culture

Data Retention Update

News and Perspectives on Implementation and Opposition

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

Digitale Bildforensik

Spuren in Digitalfotos

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Science

23:15
23:30
23:45
00:00

Konrad Zuse - Der rechnende Raum

Ein audiovisuelles Live-Feature

Language: German
Event type: Other
Track: Culture

diac24.net

Practical VPN hacking

Language: English
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

00:15
00:30
00:45