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Bill Blunden's Rejected DEF CON Presentation Posted Online

Molonel Black market baby powder - Banks? (40 comments)

This talk reads like the tech equivalent of airplane contrails. It's a bunch of loose conjectures strung together from headlines and some casual Google searches. As a tech, I would have liked to have seen more technical meat pointing to more than maybe, possibly, could be. It sounds like he submitted a pretty crappy talk, and is going to try and milk his rejection to pimp his book. I think there are valid questions to be asked. Mandiant, for example, has profited mightily from the business thrown at it from the U.S. government. But it's a long reach from "black market baby milk powder" to "It's the fault of the banks!"

about 3 months ago
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Mac Trojan Horse Disguised as Word 2004

Molonel Re:A mac virus! That's impossible! (785 comments)

Oh. Macs don't get viruses. I didn't know that. Thanks. http://www.faqs.org/faqs/computer-virus/macintosh- faq/ http://antivirus.about.com/cs/allabout/tp/aamacvir .htm http://www.icsalabs.com/html/communities/antivirus /macintosh/archives/macvirus/reference/viruses.htm l

more than 10 years ago

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