During a coffee break, this idea came to my mind. Thought to post rather than throw it to brain-garbage.
Here is the concept of a hybrid car concept - fuel, electric and bicycles/dynamos - all in the name of so pushed greener and healthier tomorrow…
Idea is simple - why not having “pluginable” seats for electric cars, where bicycles/dynamo machines can be used with a two-fold purpose - get yourself fit (while husband/wife drives you to work) and at the same time charge your car so that you burn your green electricity later when needed?
Finally got some time to put all the papers in one place.
Papers’ content overlap, but each one has something specific to the given conference, so feel free to explore.
Here is my papers archive.
Feel free to:
More to come, stay tuned…
Since I have posted the original “Comprehensive list of security and hackers conferences and conventions 2010″, I have been thinking that maintaining that excel sucks.
So I have created a shared google calendar.
If you need to integrate into your blog/page, here is the code snippet:
Feel free to:
These days I was thinking (yes, sometimes I commit this sin because “тренер запрещает нам думать”, “noi muncim, nu gandim”) why the hell, with all the advances of management and methodologies in software development, the softdev is still have to cope with mess… and I mean mess, the real mess/garbage/left-overs in the source code…
Well, to answer this question, I drew a (somewhat) parallel line with other development industry - building development. In general terms, the parallel can be made even with work of a carpenter to a certain degree.
So, making abstraction of the fact that softdev is more a virtual environment (where programmers can optimize the lift so that it’s acceleration catapults thru the roof or can paint the paper roof to look like tile and so on) a parallel line can be made:
One of the things however I notices is that:
Most probably you have come to the right place if you were looking for:
- “Hacking printers for fun and profit” paper from EuSecWest 2010
- Andrei Constin or Andrei Constantin presentation from EuSecWest 2010
Actually, by a mis-fortunate spelling mistake on the initial publication of the speakers list for EuSecWest 2010, which (given the copy-paste and propagation effect of the blogs and mailing-lists) transformed my correct name Andrei Costin to become Andrei Constin which then by Google’s “wisdom” became Andrei Constantin.
Download here: Remote-initiated PPE (printer payload exploit) using Java applets.
Seems some people really liked the talk, paper and the ideas, while others took their most hilarious laughs ever (not sure if it was because of my talk or because of Amsterdam treats =)) ).
All in all, the event was very nice. Special thanks to Dragos and all the crew for organizing a great event.
After hearing about hackers on the plane and hackers on the train, we were doing hackers on the boat on Amsterdam’s canals. Also, it was nice to see that a cool crowd from ESW10 DoS-ed the tram literally on their way to the boats .
PS: we almost got owned by the boat captain like a group of kindergarten kids =))… shhhhh and quiet, otherwise get kicked in the ass
And yeah, props to Dragos for the pelican case full of beer and to the guys caring the heavy devil of ice and beer .
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