pdonyinaat March 12,2016 Conference founder Jeff Moss contends that the quality of submitted talks has diminished since DEF CON's inception because security researchers have found companies and government agencies to pay for the research, leaving the researchers less willing to unveil their zero-day vulnerability research "for free" at DEF CON
CCotton10at March 24,2016 The presenter's discussion of geolocation and PHP reduction were a bit complicated but do seem to indicate that privacy concerns are ever present. It seems that the average Joe would not be able to do everything that the presenter described.
tcmahonyat April 17,2016 An interesting take on DEFCON, having attended a few times myself I can what is described in this documentary is definitely true about the experience that it brings. Interestingly enough Jeff Moss the man who founded DEF CON also runs the Black Hat USA conference that happens directly before DEFCON. Planning a conference is no simple matter so I wonder where he gets the time to do all his security work and plan two major conferences. And FYI if you haven't been to DEF CON before be prepared to wait in a lot of lines.
danielm8at April 21,2016 It is cool that this happens every year. I would love to go to one! The fact that they got General Keith Alexander, the director of the NSA to go to the 20th DEFCON is amazing. That means the government cares about what happens in the hacking community. They definitely hope that hackers work for them, not against them.
jnegronat April 29,2016 Love the rules and the fact that exist.