SchmooCon 2010 Streaming Live for Free

by kriggins on February 5, 2010

in Announcement, Conferences

I meant to mention this again earlier this week, but forgot to. ShmooCon will be live streaming the entire event this year. The conference starts today at 3:00 EDT.

If you are not familiar with ShmooCon, here is a tidbit from the conference website:

Different • ShmooCon is an annual East coast hacker convention hell-bent on offering three days of an interesting atmosphere for demonstrating technology exploitation, inventive software & hardware solutions, and open discussions of critical infosec issues. The first day is a single track of speed talks, One Track Mind. The next two days, there are three tracks: Break It!, Build It!, and Bring It On!.

Affordable • ShmooCon is about high-quality without the high price. Space is limited! ShmooCon has sold out every year, so unless taking a chance on an eBay auction to get your ticket sounds like fun, register early!

Accessible • ShmooCon is in Washington, D.C., at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, just a few steps from the D.C. Metro. Fly into DCA, IAD, or BWI, or take a train to Union Station, and you are just a quick cab ride away from the con

Entertaining • Brain melting from all the cool tech you are learning? Check out some of the contests running at ShmooCon, including the Hacker Arcade and Hack-Or-Halo. In years past, we have also thrown massive parties at a local area hot-spot, so expect that to happen again too!

Here are the links to the different streams. The source page is here.

Friday Feb 5th, 2010

One Track Mind

Saturday Feb 6th, 2010

Build It
Break It
Bring It On

Sunday Feb 7th, 2010

Build It
Break It
Bring It On

I'll be watching as much as I can. You should too!


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Ron W February 5, 2010 at 8:24 am

That’s assuming that you aren’t blocked by Websense. They categorize Smoocon as a Hacking site. Shouldn’t it be educational?


kriggins February 5, 2010 at 10:41 am


Gotta love it when that happens :/ Web Washer classifies many legitimate information security learning sites has hacking sites. Sounds like Websense does the same thing.


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