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Theme Music, Episode 78 for July 27th, 2007


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"Welcome to Security Weekly, Episode 78 for July 27th, 2007

This is Security Weekly I am your host Paul Asadoorian, and I am your co-host Larry Pesce.

We are here with Luiz Eduardo, Mu Security. Luiz is giving a talk at Defon, "The Hacker Society around the corporate world".

Anthony from Core Security Technologies will be joining us as well to talk about some of the new features in IMPACT v7.


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  • Larry is teaching some SANS Staysharp (STAR) courses this summer in N. Kingstown RI. Book both and save 10%!
    • Security 450: Defeating Rogue Access Points Wednesday, July 25, 2007
    • Security 550: Google Hacking and Defense Wednesday, August 29
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  • Book signing at SANSFIRE in Washington DC on July 27 from 6-7PM in the SANS Bookstore. Tbhis is where we are recording this podcast...not a live event though.
  • SANS Las Vegas, Sept 27th 5:30PM Podcast, Sept 28th SEC535 embedded device hacking taught by Paul, Septh 28th 5-midnight and Septh 29th 9-12 SANS hacking challenge hosted by Paul, interviews with larry!
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Episode78 Show Notes

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