33C3 Watchlist

Okay, the 33C3 is over for quite some time and I didn’t write about it. Short form: I was there, it was amazing, I was sick afterwards.

I havn’t seen lots of talks yet, but here is my watchlist:

  • 3 Years After Snowden: Is Germany fighting State Surveillance?
  • 33C3 Closing Ceremony
  • 33C3 Infrastructure Review
  • 33C3 Opening Ceremony
  • A Data Point Walks Into a Bar
  • A look into the Mobile Messaging Black Box
  • A world without blockchain
  • An Elevator to the Moon (and back)
  • Anthropology for kids – What is privacy?
  • ATMs how to break them to stop the fraud
  • Berechnete Welt
  • Beyond Virtual and Augmented Reality
  • Bonsai Kitten waren mir lieber – Rechte Falschmeldungen in sozialen Netzwerken
  • Bootstraping a slightly more secure laptop
  • Build your own NSA
  • Building Custom Pinball Machines
  • CCC-Jahresrückblick 2016
  • Check Your Police Record!
  • Console Hacking 2016
  • Copywrongs 2.0
  • Corporate surveillance, digital tracking, big data & privacy
  • Datenschutzgrundverordnung: Rechte für Menschen, Pflichten für Firmen & Chancen für uns
  • Deploying TLS 1.3: the great, the good and the bad
  • Der 33 Jahrerückblick
  • Die Sprache der Populisten
  • Dieselgate – A year later
  • Dissecting HDMI
  • Dissecting modern (3G/4G) cellular modems
  • Do as I Say not as I Do: Stealth Modification of Programmable Logic Controllers I/O by Pin Control Attack
  • Downgrading iOS: From past to present
  • Eavesdropping on the Dark Cosmos
  • Eine kleine Geschichte der Parlamentsschlägerei
  • Einführung zu Blockchains
  • Es sind die kleinen Dinge im Leben
  • Everything you always wanted to know about Certificate Transparency
  • Exploiting PHP7 unserialize
  • Fnord-Jahresrückblick
  • Freakshow
  • From Server Farm to Data Table
  • Genetic Codes and what they tell us – and everyone else
  • Geolocation methods in mobile networks
  • Gone in 60 Milliseconds
  • Hacking the World
  • Haft für Whistleblower?
  • Hebocon
  • Hochsicherheits-Generalschlüssel Marke Eigenbau
  • How Do I Crack Satellite and Cable Pay TV?
  • How do we know our PRNGs work properly?
  • How physicists analyze massive data: LHC + brain + ROOT = Higgs
  • Intercoms Hacking
  • Interplanetary Colonization
  • Irren ist staatlich
  • Kampf dem Abmahnunwesen
  • Lasers in the sky (with asteroids)
  • Law Enforcement Are Hacking the Planet
  • Lockpicking in the IoT
  • Make the Internet Neutral Again
  • Make Wi-Fi fast again
  • Memory Deduplication: The Curse that Keeps on Giving
  • Methodisch inkorrekt!
  • Million Dollar Dissidents and the Rest of Us
  • Nicht öffentlich.
  • Nintendo Hacking 2016
  • No Love for the US Gov.
  • No USB? No problem.
  • On Smart Cities, Smart Energy, And Dumb Security
  • On the Security and Privacy of Modern Single Sign-On in the Web
  • Pegasus internals
  • Predicting and Abusing WPA2/802.11 Group Keys
  • Privatisierung der Rechtsdurchsetzung
  • PUFs, protection, privacy, PRNGs
  • Realitätsabgleich
  • Recount 2016: An Uninvited Security Audit of the U.S. Presidential Election
  • Retail Surveillance / Retail Countersurveillance
  • Routerzwang und Funkabschottung
  • Searchwing – Mit Drohnen leben retten
  • Security Nightmares 0x11
  • Shining some light on the Amazon Dash button
  • Shut Up and Take My Money!
  • Software Defined Emissions
  • Space making/space shaping
  • SpiegelMining – Reverse Engineering von Spiegel-Online
  • SpinalHDL : An alternative hardware description language
  • State of Internet Censorship 2016
  • Stopping law enforcement hacking
  • Surveilling the surveillers
  • Talking Behind Your Back
  • Tapping into the core
  • Technische Aufklärung live
  • Technologien für und wider Digitale Souveränität
  • The DROWN Attack
  • The Economic Consequences of Internet Censorship
  • The Fight for Encryption in 2016
  • The Global Assassination Grid
  • The High Priests of the Digital Age
  • The Moon and European Space Exploration
  • The Ultimate Game Boy Talk
  • The Universe Is, Like, Seriously Huge
  • The Untold Story of Edward Snowden’s Escape from Hong Kong
  • The woman behind your WiFi
  • Understanding the Snooper’s Charter
  • Untrusting the CPU
  • Virtual Secure Boot
  • Warum in die Ferne schweifen, wenn das Ausland liegt so nah?
  • Welcome to the Anthropocene?
  • What could possibly go wrong with <insert x86 instruction here>?
  • What’s It Doing Now?
  • Wheel of Fortune
  • Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?
  • You can -j REJECT but you can not hide: Global scanning of the IPv6 Internet
  • Zwischen Technikbegeisterung und kritischer Reflexion: Chaos macht Schule

32C3 – My personal video list

Hi there,

After quite a long time of silence (*cough* Sorry about that) I think I can write a new post.

At the end of last year I was at the 32C3. That is the 32nd Chaos Communication Congress. This year about 12000 nice people got together and captured the Congress Center in Hamburg for four days. Apart from the giant program of talks (which I will talk about in a second) the ‚main‘ part of the congress is the opportunity to meet other peopel and have a blast of a time. I managed to meet a lot of nice people and I learned soo much during the time that I will need some time to fully sort that in my mind.

But back to the talks. This year I (again) volunteered as an Angel. These angels are the helpers that take shifts and do all the various jobs that need to be done to get the congress running. That starts at manning the bars or the cashier desk, controlling the access to the congress area at the entries, sorting empty bottles in the storage area but also range to announcing the speakers at the talks or operating the cameras which film the talks. This last one is a task which I did for the first time this year. I had lots of fun and learned some basic stuff about image composition and tracking speakers on stage. The talks I helped filming are also annotated in the list below.

All the talks are available at media.ccc.de and the following list just shows my personal favorites. There are still some vidoes which I didn’t get to watching these are still missing from my list.

As I said there are still lots of talks to be watched. I will probably post a second list then.

CCC-TV und Kodi (XBMC) … und 31C3 Vorträge

Ich habe gestern mal meinen Raspberry Pi aktualisiert und die neue Version 5 von OpenELEC installiert. Beim Stöbern durch das integrierte Repository für Erweiterungen bin ich über das neue CCC-TV-Plugin vom Kölner CCC gestolpert.

Gerade jetzt nach dem Congress ist das Plugin super. Direkter Zugriff auf media.ccc.de und eine praktische Integration in die Android-App Yatse (Amazon / Play Store) machen das Nachschauen der Vorträge vom 31C3 sehr angenehm.

Leider ist mein Media-Center-Monitor inzwischen ziemlich im Eimer, aber ich bin einfach noch nicht dazu gekommen den auszutauschen.

IMG_20150105_225146 Ich weiß nicht ob ich hier noch eine Liste an empfohlenen Vorträgen abladen soll, aber ich werfe einfach mal rein, was ich bisher geschaut habe und was mich überrascht hat:

  • Deine Rechte sind in diesen Freihandelsabkommen nicht verfügbar
  • Fnord News Show
  • GIFs: Tod eines Mediums. Und sein Leben nach dem Tod.
  • Hacking Ethics in Education
  • Heartache and Heartbleed: The insider’s perspective on the aftermath of Heartbleed
  • IFG – Mit freundlichen Grüßen
  • Ich sehe, also bin ich … Du
  • Infocalypse now: P0wning stuff is not enough
  • Jahresrückblick des CCC
  • Krypto für die Zukunft
  • NSA Points of Presence in AT
  • SS7: Locate. Track. Manipulate.
  • SS7map : mapping vulnerability of the international mobile roaming infrastructure
  • Security Nightmares
  • Switches Get Stitches
  • Tell no-one
  • The Magical Secrecy Tour
  • The Perl Jam: Exploiting a 20 Year-old Vulnerability
  • Traue keinem Scan, den du nicht selbst gefälscht hast
  • UNHash – Methods for better password cracking
  • Vor Windows 8 wird gewarnt
  • Why is GPG „damn near unusable“?
  • „Wir beteiligen uns aktiv an den Diskussionen“

Bei Zusammenstellen der Liste bin ich schon wieder über einen Haufen andere Talks gestolpert, die ich noch sehen will. Es wird wohl eine Zeit dauern, bis ich das Archiv durch habe.