ToorCon this year looks good. I’m not going, but I wish I’d gotten it together. There’s a couple of spam/phishing-related talks, and a data-visualisation talk by Christopher Abad; hopefully he might diverge into some of this phishing data he talks about in this First Monday paper. Dan Kaminsky’s talk looks interesting, too —

Application-layer attacks against MD5

We will show how web pages and other executable environments can be manipulated to emit arbitrarily different content with identical MD5 hashes.

Sounds like fun!

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