The yubikey one time password scheme

On Monday July 4th, we put together another one of those 0x375 meetings. What is 0x375 you say?

0x375 (Thessaloniki Tech Talk Sessions) is an independent, non commercial, non vendor biased and loosely organized meeting of hackers centered in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece. During 0x375, people meet to give presentations on technical topics ranging from simple administration procedures to advanced kernel exploitation techniques. Drinks, food and fun are an integral part of the meeting!

In a nutshell: informal, heavily fun meetings of tech savvy people of various backgrounds.

During this last meeting I gave a presentation about the Yubikey, an “open” security token I’ve used for a couple of projects during this past year.

The video of the talk is available on livestream (in Greek, sorry). The English slides are available here.

Next time you’re in Thessaloniki make sure you check 0x375 out or even better give a presentation yourself! We’ve got a constant call for papers on.


Posted on July 11, 2011, in 0x375, infosec. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I’ve got two collector’s edition coins — one from Oblivion and the other from Everquest II — but, alas, no zorkmid! Know of any other games that came with coins? Come on

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