I was in Vancouver last week as a backup speaker for CanSecWest08 . Once again, this was an good event, with plenty to keep me interested. It was also a great chance to catch up with Honeynet Project members, various friends in the security community and also to meet up with new people and exchange ideas. Kudos to Dragos for another excellent event, and also to Honeynet Project alumni Shane for winning the Pwn20wn contest for the second year in a row. Presentations should be on the web site shortly.

In the end, and for the first time ever, all the speakers made it to the event and I didn’t need to give a repeat performance of my PacSec07 GDH presentation. However, I did give a lightning talk entitled Evil Javascript and SpamMonkey that introduced a couple of projects the UK Honeynet Project team have been working on recently. You can find the slides here and hopefully we’ll be releasing the code and some sample results in the coming months.

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