One of the biggest (best ;)) IT security-oriented conferences in Poland finished three days ago, in the wednesday evening. In the very first place, I would like to congratulate all the organisers, for their decision on where the event should be held, as well as how it should look like – during these two days, I had plenty of real fun!
CONFidence 2010 took place in Poland, on 25th and 26th of May, in the Kijów Cinema. The lectures were presented on two, independent tracks (thus everyone was able to find something for himself in any given moment), and regarded numerous, important security fields. In my opinion (and because of my specific interests), the best speeches were given by Sebastian Fernandez – “General notes about exploiting Windows x64“, Mario Heidreich – “The Presence and Future of Web Attacks Multi-Layer Attacks and XSSQLI” and Alexey Tikhonow – “De-blackboxing of digital camera”. I am really looking forward to see the slides being published as soon as possible. Meanwhile, you can find the complete conference schedule at http://2010.confidence.org.pl/agenda.