Following in the now well-established form of a ‘Month of X Bugs’ php-security.org has just opened it’s call for papers for a second month, to update and expand on it’s successful run month in 2007.
This months SuperMondays was a deviation from the usual format; rather than speaker followed by Q&A the event was run in a similar format to Barcamp. This meant that there were several simultaneous conversations ongoing at any one time with attendees floating between discussions and chipping in as appropriate.
Tuesday night provided an interesting evening, and for more than just the somewhat non-geeky location at the Side Cinema. Topics covered a low resource ecommerce implementation, version control with Subversion and Git and a new database technology coming out of Northumbria University, Raquel.
This months SuperMondays started of with the usual round of pre-event geek talk and networking. As a result I now definitely want to get myself down to Bletchley Park and I’m some-what gutted that I wasn’t aware of the Big Geek Day Out before it happened, sounds like those involved had a blast. The event […]
This review of June’s event is more than a little late, but it was still a great event. The format was different this time around, with an open podium. This produced some interesting and unexpected topics, the first being an introduction into the world of geocaching from Alastair McDonald. Alastair’s talk caught me unawares as […]
I jumped the gun slightly when I said previously that there was no recording of my talk, the camera managed to catch the first 2+ minutes of the presentation. Just enough time for a brief overview of the intention behind honeypot systems. Direct Link. The rest of the Super Mondays event was recorded more successfully. […]
I had a really enjoyable night at last night’s SuperMondays event. Some of the innovative uses for technology on display from Newcastle University provided a great glimpse of where we could be heading in the future towards ubiquitous computing. Of special interest were the research being undertaken with surface computing, which seems to have taken […]
For those that don’t know I’m scheduled to give a presentation at the upcoming Super Mondays meeting next week. The topic of the presentation is malware honeypots, and is based as a follow up to my original Honeypotting with Nepenthes, and I’m hoping to discuss some statistics generated by my submissions2stats.py script from my honeypot […]