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@ DEFCON – The wall of sheep

SheepAt DEFCON there’s a wall with a projection of username and passwords (some of the passwords, that is). When you use any wireless here, it’s safe to assume that all the packets are being captured, and if you’re foolish, you logged in to webmail, pop, AIM, etc… DEFCON is reality concentrated into one spot — when you see your friend’s password on the wall, and a big sheep go by, it’s a clever reminder. Here are some photos…Dsc05629

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(not wall of sheep, but in the same room)

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(not wall of sheep, but in the same room)

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(not wall of sheep, but in the same room)

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(not wall of sheep, but in the same room)

2 thoughts on “@ DEFCON – The wall of sheep

  1. That’s the tripod you’re looking at… The guy who appears to be holding a club is standing behind it.

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