23C3 - 1.5

23rd Chaos Communication Congress
Who can you trust?

Schedule Day 2: 28.12.2006

Saal 1 Saal 2 Saal 3 Saal 4 Workshop Area
Saal 1 Saal 2 Saal 3 Saal 4 Workshop Area
10:00

(WOMEN ONLY) Haecksen-Plenums-Frühstück

Language:
Event type: Workshop
Track: Community

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

CCC Jahresrückblick

Ein Überblick über die Aktivitäten des Clubs 2006

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Community

Router and Infrastructure Hacking

"First we take Manhattan, then we take Berlin..."

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

MMORPGs

The state and future of the World of Warcraft

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

Analysis of a strong Random Number Generator

by anatomizing Linux' CPRNG

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Web Application Security

Find the Flaw, or Someone Else Will

Language: English
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

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

Detecting temperature through clock skew

Hot or Not: Defeating anonymity by monitoring clock skew to remotely detect the temperature of a PC

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

JSON RPC

Cross Site Scripting and Client Side Web Services

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Science

Tracking von Personen in Videoszenen

Wie trackt man automatisch sich bewegende Objekte?

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Science

Dying Giraffe Recordings: A non-evil recordlabel

Using the power of creative commons to create an alternative system which is fair for musicians and their fans

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Culture

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Ruby on Rails

Language: German
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

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

Tor and China

Design of a blocking-resistant anonymity system

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

How to implement bignum arithmetic

A short look at my pet project implementation

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Secure Network Server Programming on Unix

Techniques and best practices to securely code your network server

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Ethernet mit Mikrocontrollern

Wie funktioniert TCP mit 2kb RAM?

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Why OpenSource Needs Professional Marketing

Language: English
Event type: Workshop
Track: Community

14:15
14:30
14:45
15:00
15:15
15:30
15:45
16:00

A Hacker's Toolkit for RFID Emulation and Jamming

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Lightning Talks Day 2

Language: English
Event type: Lightning-Talk
Track:

Hackerspaces

How we built ours - How you can build yours

Language: English
Event type: Podium
Track: Community

Jabber-Showcase

XMPP ist viel mehr als nur Instant Messaging

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

(WOMAN ONLY) Qualität heißt selber machen

Was kann Medienaktivismus im Netz?

Language: German
Event type: Workshop
Track: Community

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

RFID hacking

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

The Story of The Hacker Foundation

Challenges of Organizing a Foundation for Hackers in the USA

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Community

Body hacking

Functional body modification

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

Barrierefreies Web

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

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

Stealth malware - can good guys win?

Challenges in detecting system compromises and why we’re so far behind the (smart) bad guys

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

To live outside the law you gotta be honest

Ist nicht jedes Passwort eine Manifestation des Mißtrauens?

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

In the Absence of Trust

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Culture

Warum wir uns so gerne überwachen lassen…

Erhellendes aus Philosophie und Soziologie zur Klärung des Phänomens steigender Kontrolle und Überwachung

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Society

The linguistic fingerprint

Silver bullet or mere myth?

Language: German
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

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

(WOMEN ONLY) Bauen einer WLAN-Antenne

Language: German
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

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

Console Hacking 2006

Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Elektronische Reisedokumente

Neue Entwicklungen beim ePass

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Science

Homegrown Interactive Tables

Any Technology Sufficiently Advanced is Indistinguishable from Magic

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Culture

Vehicular Communication and VANETs

The future and security of communicating vehicles

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Science

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

Black Ops 2006 Viz Edition

Pixel Fuzzing and the Bioinformatic Bindiff

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Mobile phone call encryption

Encrypting (GSM) mobile phone calls over VPN with an Asterisk PBX

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Überwachen und Strafen in Entenhausen

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Culture

Tap the Electronic Frontier Foundation

EFF staffers answer your questions!

Language: English
Event type: Other
Track: Society

How to extend Network Night Vision with protocols

Discussing design of frame-parser

Language: English
Event type: Workshop
Track: Hacking

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

You can't make this stuff up

A Stand-Up Comedy Approach to hacking

Language: English
Event type: Other
Track: Hacking

Faster PwninG Assured

Hardware Hacks and Cracks with FPGAs

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Hacking

Kritik an den Illuminaten zwischen 1787 und 2006

Der Stand der Auseinandersetzung zwischen Discordiern und Illuminaten

Language: German
Event type: Lecture
Track: Culture

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

Biometrics in Science Fiction

2nd Iteration

Language: English
Event type: Lecture
Track: Culture

00:15
00:30
00:45