For your midweek edification, we offer another early release video from DEF CON 24 - this one is the Mr. Robot panel! It's a lively discussion of the show and its inspirations with Mr. Robot's technical advisor Kor Adana, The Dark Tangent, Marc Rogers, Andre McGregor and Ryan Kazanciyan with journalist/author Kim Zetter moderating. If you watch the show, you'll definitely learn some new tidbits to increase your appreciation. If you don’t, the panel will show you what it takes to keep a hacker show realistic and exciting.
Good News Everybody! We've got some updates to the archive page for DEF CON 24! We've got updated slide decks and whitepapers now on the media server.
For a post con re-cap on DEF CON and the CFP process this year, check out Nikita's speaker's corner entry entitled "DEF CON CFP: Thinking Back and Moving Forward"!
Returning to the tradition of #defconflashbackfriday, we offer a presentation from all the way back in 2016 - Weston Hecker's 'Hacking Hotel Keys and Point of Sales Systems : Attacking Systems Using Magnetic Secure Transmission' from DEF CON 24.
We probably can't summarize the talk better than the title does, but if you need a little more incentive here's the abstract:
"Take a look at weaknesses in Point of sale systems and the foundation of hotel key data and the Property management systems that manage the keys. Using a modified MST injection method Weston will demonstrate several attacks on POS and Hotel keys including brute forcing other guest’s keys from your card information as a start point. And methods of injecting keystrokes into POS systems just as if you had a keyboard plugged into the system. This includes injecting keystrokes to open cash drawer and abusing Magstripe based rewards programs that are used a variety of environments from retail down to rewards programs in Slot Machines."
As always, watch, learn and share widely.
If the presentation tracks are the brain of DEF CON, then the contests are its heart. It's a kind of alchemy: we bring together thousands of interesting strangers fascinated with various aspects of technology, and we want them to leave a few days later with new friends, new skills and new obsessions. Our solution? Just add a rich, world-class layer of competitions run by an army of talented, insanely dedicated volunteers.
This formula has worked pretty well, and we thank all of you players for supporting the games and keeping the comp high-level and good-natured. It is our sincere hope that you're getting something valuable from getting into the DEF CON arena in the battle of your choice.
Still, the contests are as tough as they are fun, and the field is full of wildly brilliant humans. Every winner listed here has earned their prizes and bragging rights. We congratulate them all and hope to see all of you back in the ring for DC25.
The newest treats on the DEF CON media server are pictures from DC24. Like metric oodles of pictures, taken with skill and respect by our Photo Corps and a few other friends of the con like the SE Village. We offer them to all of you as a memento and record of the event, and a chance to see the bits you didn't get around to.
Like everything we release, these photos are CC licensed for you to enjoy, share and remix so long as you clearly attribute them to DEF CON.
If you have pics you'd like to share, let us know at info ]at[ defcon [dot] org and we'll look into adding them to the collection.
When the dust settles after a DEF CON, it's time to collect the write-ups from the various contests and challenges. There's nothing more educational and humbling than analyzing successful strategies from the player's point of view. Please enjoy our DC24 Writeup Sampler Vol. 1, and if you see some we missed, please drop us the links for inclusion in a future volume.
For those of you who missed the TD Francis X-Hour Film Contest, here's all of the competing films in their full glory. The creativity and energy required to conceive, write, shoot and edit a film during DEF CON never fails to impress. If it looks like fun to you, consider signing up and taking a crack at it next year!
Check out the T.D. Francis X-Hour Film Contest website at https://www.xhourfilmcontest.com/
As part of our annual process of compiling press accounts of DEF CON, we offer some link roundups sorted by topic. First up, DEF CON Link Roundup: IoT edition.
This was a big year in the Internet of Things, and the whole industry is only just getting off the ground. At DEF CON 24 we saw the first ransomware delivered via thermostat, among many other causes for interest and concern.
As always, if you find cool coverage of DC24 topics out there, please feel free to drop some links in the comments.
A big congratulations to this year’s winners of the DEF CON Capture the Flag Competition, Plaid Parliament of Pwning. A big shout out to Legitimate Business Syndicate for their masterful hosting of this event. Check out this profile of the winners!
The Council of 9 won this year's Badge Contest, and they've been kind enough to share their winning methodology with us. Let us learn from their sterling example.
DEF CON 25 is going to be kind of a big deal.
First, we’re celebrating 25 years of bringing hackers together for knowledge transfer and hackish shenanigans in the swelter of late-summer Las Vegas. Even after a full quarter-century of hacker summer camp, our family is still growing fast, and we’re still finding new cool ways to get people involved and connected.
Second, we’re switching venues again, this time to the larger, swankier environs of Caesar’s Palace. We’ll have bit more space and a lot more flexibility in how that space is distributed. Hopefully that means there will be easier traffic management and shorter lines for everyone.
DEF CON 25 will be held at Caesar’s Palace July 27-30, 2017. You can get yourself the DEF CON block rate right now at Caesar’s or the other participating hotels (Bally’s. Paris, Flamingo, Harrahs,and Linq) by following our reservation link at https://resweb.passkey.com/go/SCDEF7.
We have a lot of ideas for celebrating our Silver Anniversary with you, and we hope you have some too.
Can’t wait to see all of you again at Caesars in July.
Heads up hackers! For those who attended, we hope you enjoyed this year's soundtrack. Many thanks to our headliners like Dirtyphonics, Information Society, and Richard Cheese for pitching in.
Most of all, a big thank you to Gravitas Recordings for helping to facilitate, curate, and help out with the online distribution of the soundtrack. If you missed the conference, you can find it at http://music.gravitasrecordings.com/album/def-con-24-the-official-soundtrack. Best of all, it's free or pay-what-you-want, with all revenue going to support the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Look out for some major jams for DEF CON 25!
We know what you're wondering. Who is that handsome fellow?
That striking visage belongs to this year's Uber Badge. In addition to his chiseled good looks, he sports some spiffy secret code and one particularly hyper-functional eyeball. They're each handmade, and need to be individually adjusted due to servo differences. If you're one of the lucky few who are taking one of these home, congratulations! If not, you should get here next year and get your hat in the ring. Who knows what next year's badge will be?
You can observe it in action at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8mLCnhMSqA
The DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge is complete, and the mighty Mayhem from ForAllSecure has been crowned Champion and ruler of all it surveys.
If you're still wondering what's such a big deal about computers hacking each other, or if you just want a quick primer on how amazing the contest was, DARPA has dropped a highlight reel to catch you all the way up.
Sometimes you can't see how important something in in its moment, even if it seems kind of important. This is probably one of those times.
CD player in the shop? Too young to know what a CD even is? The DEF CON 24 conference CD and the DEF CON 24 Music CD are now available to you in ultra-convenient Torrent form. Enjoy hours of free music and conference goodies, without the danger of skips, scratches and microwave misadventure. The internets are standing by, so Act Now!
Or, like, whenever. Supplies are basically unlimited.
The waiting is nearly over, DEF CON family. The time of our reunion is close at hand.
While we make our final preparations, please enjoy the official video of DEF CON 24 - RISE OF THE MACHINES!
In response to the article that was posted by the Register, the DEF CON Network Operations Center Team (NOC) pride ourselves on making a network that allows the community to get Internet access, and have access to internal resources (Servers, etc.). The DEF CON NOC believes in privacy and anonymity for our attendees.
When users attach to the DefCon Secure (802.1x/PEAP) network, we have made the decision to do our best to make that data/traffic inaccessible, and the team does not allow for data monitoring, nor recording of the traffic. We do have overall bandwidth monitoring- but will never run driftnet, ntop or other tools that invade the privacy of the users on the secure network.
The DEF CON network resources, and staff who volunteer in the NOC at DEF CON currently do not have any part in the operations of the Black Hat network(s). The DEF CON NOC also doesn’t allow vendors to use the network as a place to demo or experiment with our user’s traffic.
Now… If you happen to attach to any network that does not have the more secure certificate authentication method enabled – all bets are off. Your traffic will be monitored – not by us, but by the people around you. We also ship the open WiFi network traffic off to the Wall of Sheep as well, and anyone on the unsecure network can and will easily Man-In-The-Middle your traffic.
If you want to get on the “DefCon” Secure network- follow the instructions that are posted on https://wifireg.defcon.org/. Each PEAP session that is created from the client to the controller is a unique session, and is not allowed to talk to any of the other users on the network once connected to the official network.
If you are concerned about someone capturing your credentials, you don’t want to register ad userid, or want to maintain anonymity we have also setup a common username and password of defcon/defcon. So if someone says that they captured your credentials, it’s really not that big of a deal, especially when everyone has a unique session.
You should still install and only trust the certificates that we have posted on https://wifireg.defcon.org/.
-The NOC Team
Sine Qua Non
Attention Lawyers, Judges, Law Students and people who have the complete Matlock collection on VHS:
The Lawyer Meetup has changed locations. It's still on Friday Night August 5, and it's still at 6pm, but now it will be held in Bally's Palace 6 on the main floor. We hope to see you there for genial jurisprudential fellowship.
If you have questions or want to help, contact host Jeff McNamara at email@example.com.
At DEF CON, cyber competitions are kind of our thing. Our first We love them because they're fun, because they test a lot of skills at once, and because they build community.
Yesterday, DEF CON founder Jeff Moss attended a workshop held by the Office of Science and Technology Policy to discuss ways we can use this kind of competition to encourage infosec as an occupation, and making this kind of high-energy hacker problem-solving part of the standard curriculum for STEM students everywhere. The idea, according to OSTP's blog is "increasing awareness of potential cybersecurity professionals and providing opportunities for experiential learning at all skill levels."
We couldn't agree more.
This year DEF CON's annual CTF contest will bring together teams of packet-slinging phenoms from all over the world. For the first time, we're also putting on a DARPA autonomous CTF contest. In a few years, who knows what the combination of brilliant humans and intelligent machines will mean for contests like ours? You're definitely going to want to stay tuned.
Many thanks to @shortxstack and @sethlaw for creating the Android and iOS versions of the #HackerTracker app. Thanks to their effort you can slurp the entire schedule of DEF CON 24 into your pocket-brain, freeing your hands and meat-brain for mischief and hackery.
Workshops are free, first come, first served, and seats will fill up fast!
To register for a workshop, you will need to go to the Bally's side in front of the cafe arcade between Thursday 07:00 to 15:00. We will have goons to pre-register you for the workshop(s) of your choosing.
If the workshop that you want has filled up before you got there, don't worry! Just like last year, if you come to the workshop area early the day of, you can wait in the standby line. If a seat opens up, it will be made available to the first person waiting to claim it.
Please Note: You will be issued a workshop "pass". It will be required for class admission. If you lose it we can't help you, your seat will be made available for those in standby.
Attention Hams, both active and aspiring! The exemplary humans of DC408 have brought back Ham Exams for DEF CON 24! If you're looking to get a certification, please take a moment to look through the rules on the forum page for this event. You're gonna have to bring some stuff. And know some stuff.
The situation we find ourselves in after the events of last year is tenuous. All agents must be especially careful. The Mad Hatter's disruption of the Daemon was a serious breach, but this year, we may just be able to get the upper hand.
Soon you will find new content and a brand new Teaser online at https://dcdark.net/ Agents from past years: DM me here or on Twitter. There is work to be done.
forum thread: https://forum.defcon.org/forum/defcon/dc24-official-unofficial-parties-social-gatherings-events-contests/dc24-official-and-unofficial-contests/the-defcon-darknet-project-ac/223792-defcon-24-darknet-humans-and-machines
The Data Duplication Village is also returning for DC 24, tanned, rested and packed with even more goodies to fill your oceans of cheap HD space. Bring some drives, get everything in infocon.org and a practically endless supply of rainbow and hash tables. You can even throw some fun data into the mix, if you have something you think your fellow hackers would find useful. It's kind of like a drop-off dry cleaner, except you get back terabytes of sparkly new data instead of your same old clothes. And it's free. And surrounded by DEF CON.
So really it's only like a drop off cleaner in that you drop stuff off, pick it up later and the bag is NOT A TOY. But that's enough for a simile, right?DT spells it all out in the Forum thread and you are encouraged to ask any questions you have there.
Vegas is a lot of fun, but it can also be just a lot. Too much, even, if you’re trying to keep the horizon level in your windscreen. If you’re a friend of Bill W joining us for DEF CON 24, please know that we have meetings at noon and five p.m., Thursday through Sunday at ’The Office’ on the 26th floor of the Bally’s Tower. Drop by if you need to touch base or just want a moment of serenity. We’ll be there.
Heady, insightful movies about the rise of robots and AI are great. We've even recommended several in these pages, and you should definitely watch them all.
Still, movies don't have to carry the weight of 2001 or the maniac attention to detail of Blade Runner to be worth 90 minutes of your life. Sometimes an earnestly misguided B-movie is just what the doctor ordered. In that spirit, we offer 'Rise of the Machines' Movie Homework, Guilty Pleasure Edition.
In the early 70s, the robot future looked like the Disney animatronic President exhibit, at least to the makers of this film. Take a fun, sexy vacation to a theme park where robots populate a Wild-West themed town. You can drink with them, dance with them, fight with them - it's a hoot until somebody makes the Yul Brynner-bot angry. Fun and interesting, if a little slow-moving.
The Lawnmower Man:
Sure, VR is all the rage now, but this isn't the first time we've gone crazy for the idea of low-poly graphics and nausea goggles. The last VR boom mostly created dozens of televised interviews for Jaron Lanier, but right on the edge of that bubble we got 'Lawnmower Man' - a sort of 'Flowers for Algernon' meets 'Transcendence' with some seriously early 90s graphics work.
I can't really give you a better description than IMDB does:
"The head of a cyborg reactivates and rebuilds itself and goes on a violent rampage in a space marine's girlfriend's apartment."
This movie isn't high art, but it's fun and it's better than its budget deserves. Also, Lemmy is in it.
Tom Selleck and his absurdly luxurious mustache have the dirty job of deactivating robots who've gone haywire. The over-the-top bad guy is played by Gene Simmons of KISS. Michael Crichton wrote and directed. Dopey fun, and a good reminder how incredibly weird the 80s were.
After much difficult deliberation and debate, the list of speakers for DEF CON 24 is now live and ready for your consideration. We want to thank everyone who submitted - there was a bumper crop of quality entries. It's never easy to narrow down the list, and we congratulate the selected speakers. If your talk wasn't selected, we hope you'll submit again next year.
Heartfelt thanks also to the DEF CON Review Board. The board puts in crazy hours and makes hundreds of tough calls to finalize our roster, and we heart the stuffing out of them for all their sweat and devotion.
Feel free to let us know which talks you're most excited about in the comments.
August can't get here fast enough!
Can you feel how close it's getting?
The full schedule for Workshops at DEF CON 24 is now available for your careful examination. Make plans, invite friends, agonize about the limited number of hours in a standard Earth day. The workshops are all free, but space is limited. Registration is onsite, first-come first-served, so knowing what you want ahead of time is key.
It's gonna be a good DEF CON.
The DEF CON Groups program is designed to reflect the values of DEF CON, providing an open community for the discussion of technology and security topics. As such, we must all work together so that our actions build toward that goal.
However when anyone or any group abuses the trust of this community and negatively impacts the reputation of DEF CON we are all harmed. After significant discussions we have concluded with regret that DEF CON must revoke DEF CON Group Lucknow for attempting to commercialize based on the brand and community.
Since the beginning of the DEF CON Groups back in 2003 this is the first time we have had to take this action, and we genuinely hope it will be the last.
The Dark Tangent
Tinkerers of all sorts, rejoice! The EFF's Badge Hack Pageant returns to DEF CON 24. Have your clever badge hacks judged by the all-star panel of Zoz, Joe Grand and 1o57! Win prizes! Enjoy the company of others who refuse to accept the idea that the device in front of them has reached its final form!
Winners have been announced in the DEF CON Short Story Contest. Many congratulations to the winners and thank you to everyone who shared your work with us. The DEF CON community brings it - no matter what the challenge. You guys rule.
In 2005, DARPA challenged innovators around the world with a $2M prize to build a vehicle that could navigate the Nevada desert with no one at the wheel. In 2016, DARPA has again challenged the global innovation community with a $2M prize to build a computer that can hack & patch unknown software with no one at the keyboard.
At DEF CON 24, on Thursday night at 5pm, the Paris ballroom will host the world's first all-machine hacking tournament. Seven high performance computers will play an all-machine Capture the Flag contest, reverse engineering unknown binary software, authoring new IDS signatures, probing the security of opponent software, and re-mixing defended services with machine-generated patches and defenses.
(more on on the DEF CON 24 Cyber Grand Challenge Page)
Wireless Village CFP is open - closes June 30!
Sure, the main DEF CON CFP is closed. But sometimes, when DEF CON closes a door, the Villages open a window.
If you have a great presentation on wireless security or shenanigans you've still got a month to get it into shape for consideration by the radiant humans of the DEF CON Wireless Village. We recommend getting on it promptly though. Slots are limited and the last moment always gets here faster than you expect.
We have a treat for all the suave sophisticates out there. If your idea of the perfect evening is the tinkling of ice cubes and ivories under low, flattering lights, join us Friday night at Napoleon's for two shows of the song stylings of Richard Cheese and his crack band Lounge Against the Machine.
Yes. We said Richard Cheese. And we said two shows. We also said the thing about flattering lights, but your mileage may vary. Polish up your best monocle and let's enjoy an evening of the hits of yesterday and today, sprinkled with that one-of-a-kind Cheese magic.
Join us Saturday night for a dance party both radical and tubular. DEF CON is proud to present two pioneers of the electronic dance genre: Berlin featuring Terri Nunn and Information Society. Sick beats and iconic hooks await you. We promise a sweaty good time to all, 80s survivors and wide-eyed millennials alike.
If you are not there, are you anywhere? Don’t be nowhere, when you can be right here, at DEF CON 24’s 80s night.
Thanks again to the honorable folks at Legitimate Business Syndicate for running the 2016 CTF Quals! They've been kind enough to put together a wrapup for your post-mortem perusal.
They've also open-sourced all the challenges, just because they're cool like that.
Enjoy and share. We'll post more as we get them.
If you're looking to keep track of the 40 or so hours of unbridled packet mayhem that remain, here's a couple of links:
On Twitter, follow our powerful CTF Organizers Legitimate Business Syndicate @LegitBS_CTF
To see the HTML Scoreboard, go to https://2016.legitbs.net/scoreboard/complete
If you like your scoreboards a little spicier, there's a JSON version at https://2016.legitbs.net/scoreboard/ctftime.json
There's a chat at #defconctf on the 'Hackint' network - infoz at http://www.hackint.org/
There's even a pushbullet channel at https://www.pushbullet.com/channel?tag=first-solves-jequaquifs
Honestly, if you need more ways than that to keep your eyes on the action, you should be playing.
Godspeed to all combatants. May the best hacks win.
So you're at DEF CON 24. It's Friday night. After a long day of contests, talks and general merriment, you need to get lost in some music and maybe shake that tail feather. If only there were a whole evening planned with house-quaking, artisanally crafted small-batch beats from DEF CON's favorite crowd-moving specialists!
We have anticipated your need, DEF CON massive. DEF CON EDM night (exact location TBA) is here to supply you with soul-nourishing rhythm and space to get your head and your booty in sync. Who's playing, you ask?
The heavy groove merchants DirtyPhonics
The sensual overload of the Zebbler Encanti Experience
The sophisticated boom-bap of DualCore
The mighty, mighty, YTCracker
Now that you know, you have no excuse to be anywhere else. To get familiar, hit us up at https://defcon.org/html/defcon-24/dc-24-entertainment.html
DEF CON 24 has a lot of space, and we're expecting a lot of party people. So much space, and so many party people, in fact, that we're once again crowd-sourcing some of the merrymaking to you, the DEF CON community.
We want your party ideas. The best ones get the space to get it cracking, the gratis use of a hotel bartender (the bartender, not the booze) and promotion from us. Let's make your party dreams come true for one magical Vegas night.
Infoz are on the DEF CON 24 Call For Parties Page
It's getting close, people. Let's light this candle!
Got an open source project you want to share with the DEF CON crowd? You're in luck - the DEF CON Demo Labs are back for 2016! We're offering you a demo space and a scheduled time (a few hours) to get your tool or hardware in front of some curious hacker faces. It's a great way to raise awareness, meet people with similar interests and maybe even scare up some help or feedback.
There are rules, of course, and you'll have to get selected. For all relevant infoz, please head over to the Call for Demo Labs page and we'll get you on your way. Deadline is June 15. We're waiting to be amazed.
Have you ever wondered what you would do with a full penthouse suite at DEF CON to fill with any kind of amazing nighttime party/contest/BB-8 death match you could dream up? We wonder too. And we have suites. You see where this is going?
Send us your best ideas for turning a giant empty room into a can't-miss happening, and we'll get you the keys at a huge discount to make your vision manifest. The whole rundown is waiting for you on the DEF CON 24 Call for Suites page.
Attention hackers of sound - the moment has come to share your gifts with the DEF CON massive. We have need of many skilled entertainers to meet the rump-shaking requirements of our many, many joyful partygoers. If you possess the skills to shake those rumps, it's time for you to submit your application.
So, Bards and Troubadors, get thee to the DEF CON forums, learn what we require and come to the aid of your community. A grateful nation awaits your genius.
Interested in joining the Capture the Flag Action at DEF CON 24, but wish you had more information? The fine, upright and honorable citizens of the Legitimate Business Syndicate are here to help with a very wordy and complete blog post on just that subject. Satisfy your curiosity. Learn the rules. Join us at the quals.
A lot can happen In a week. Decisive battles can be won, changing the course of great wars. Human relationships can blossom from indifference to friendship. Carelessly refrigerated leftovers can blossom into viable microbiomes. A week is a powerful unit of time.
If you're planning to submit to the DEF CON CFP or CFW, you have just one of these powerful units left. One (1) week to get your powerful ideas into submission shape. One (1!) week to get them to us for consideration.
One (1) week, people. Use it wisely. The DEF CON community is counting on you. A week is finite, but regret lasts forever.
We're in the double digits, folks - less than 100 days until DEF CON 24! In that spirit, a little update on the venue:
We've made some adjustments to the floor plan, and you can peruse them at your leisure on the Venue page of the DC site.
We'd also like to remind you that the rooms in our discounted blocks are selling pretty fast, so if you're looking to book in one of our associated hotels sooner is better than later. The numbers and links you can use to get yourself situated are also available on the Venue page.
The time to get psyched is at hand. Let's DO this!
The DEF CON Short Story Contest returns, bearing prizes and a chance at geek-lit glory. All those inclined to compete are urged to visit @DCShortStory or the #DCShortStory DEF CON forum page for the rules and requirements as they develop.
Pencils up, people. You have until May 30 to submit your masterpiece.
Attention hacker kids - R00tz Asylum (r00tz.org) wants your ideas for talks and demos for fellow young hackers in the R00tz pavilion at DEF CON 24! If you've been a part of R00tz before, you know how cool this is - if you haven't been, this is a great way to get yourself involved. If you've got cool ideas for this year's R00tz Asylum, check out the call for ideas on their webpage.
Adults are welcome to submit ideas as well (obvs), but youth definitely has some privileges and priority here.
The Wall of Sheep would like to announce a call for presentations at DEF CON 24 at the Paris and Bally's Hotels in Las Vegas, NV from Thursday, August 4th to Sunday, August 7th. All accepted talks will be announced, recorded, and published by Aries Security and DEF CON Communications, Inc. Please see our YouTube channel for all Speaker Workshops from last year.
This year, the Packet Hacking Village at DEF CON 24 will be on the 26th floor of Bally's Indigo Tower. The Call for Presentations will close on Wednesday, June 15th at 11:59 PM. The list of workshops will be finalized and published on Thursday, June 30th.
How: Complete the Call for Papers Form at http://www.wallofsheep.com/pages/call-for-presentations-at-def-con-24 and send to cfp2016[at]wallofsheep[dot]com. Please also refer to the form for more details
As you may know, 'HACKED by DEF CON and MR. ROBOT' is happening at the TriBeCa Film Festival this weekend. If you are not in the vicinity of New York City, you can still keep up on all the cool stuff we have happening there, from the DEF CON FaceBook Page! We're posting videos, pictures and even having some live feeds from TFF, so check it out!
For those of you with hackerly merchandise to peddle at DEF CON 24, the Vendor registration site is now open!
You'll find a thorough FAQ with answers to those hard hitting vendor questions, like "how big are the booths?", and "how much does it cost?". Not to mention the handy dandy application forms which can slingshot you into a position of sales success!
Don't wait, Apply for your spot in the DEF CON 24 vendor area today! You'll be glad you did!
Attention ink-slingers (literal and virtual) - DEF CON 24 Press Registration is now open!
We have a hard limit on press badges this year, so it's a good idea to get your application in right away. Once we run out of badges no amount of charm or flattery will get you in the door. As always, there are some basic rules of press conduct we'll expect you to adhere to, and you can find them on our press page
You'll also find the info we need on your application for both DC 24 and the DARPA CyberGrandChallenge.
If you need any questions answered, drop us a line at press at DEFCON dot org. We look forward to hearing from you.