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Brandon Wiley August 1st–4th, 2013 Rio Hotel & Casino • Las Vegas, Nevada.

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12 Responses to Defcon 21 – Defeating Internet Censorship with Dust, the Polymorphic Protocol Engine

  1. Chris DiMaggio says:

    Interesting project but I was really impressed at how well he was able to
    simplify his explanations to make it understandable to anyone. 

  2. James Williams says:

    Interesting project but I was really impressed at how well he was able to
    simplify his explanations to make it understandable to anyone. 

  3. Lorna Timbah says:

    Interesting project but I was really impressed at how well he was able to
    simplify his explanations to make it understandable to anyone. 

  4. nave sreym says:

    That was awesome, my favorite Defcon video so far. Cute cats too.

  5. mike robinson says:

    Where did he find so many pictures of cats with bananas?

  6. yui hirasawa says:

    cute…

  7. Amr Tj. Wallas says:

    Dust: Polymorphic protocols? #InfoSec #defcon 

  8. mike robinson says:

    This guy got no laughs.. Had some funny parts..

  9. leibniz says:

    Awesome. I know this is kinda old now, but a Chinese friend said (back
    round when this talk was published) he and his friends (comp sci students)
    used to get past the great firewall by just using ipv6. :)

  10. ComplyMusic - Dubstep says:

    Great talk! Nice job Brandon! 

  11. Bishop Zareh says:

    Bravo!

  12. Arthur Brownlee IV says:

    Interesting project but I was really impressed at how well he was able to
    simplify his explanations to make it understandable to anyone. 

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