mcoates1at April 11,2016 I really liked this presentation. It was cool seeing how he was able to attack this persons computer by exploiting loops holes in the code.
danielm8at April 21,2016 It is scary to think that even if you think you are secure, you can be compromised. Even though figuring out 160 bits is doable, a lot of it also depends on interaction with the target. It is doable, but you have to have a specific target and be dedicated in figuring it out.
stadkalat April 22,2016 Its awesome. Privacy was never alive to protect anyone in the cyber world. Everything in this world is open to anyone who can take a look.
After watching his presentation, i feel like getting a girlfriend this way.
ronnypaladinoat July 25,2016 It seems like he didn't learn a lesson last time LE kicked down his door. He used a very interesting methodology, which shows how vulnerabilities are researched for exploitation in a daily basis. I concur that privacy is dead, information is collected daily on the internet user, mainly for analytics to include better browsing experience, ad bidding, etc. and then you have the basement hackers trying to hack their way through social media sites to get girls. At least they are not stealing cc info :) Very interesting video.
cg09829at July 28,2016 Agree with Ronny, that privacy is dead! Wow, did not realize that Google was collecting MAC addresses of routers when they are driving around with their street view car taking pictures, nor did I realize that they could actually triangulate my position based off of my router signal strength...I also thought the NAT pinning was very interesting...