[SATLUG] MAC Address Spoofing

Brian Lewis astro at astr0.org
Mon Dec 10 20:45:44 CST 2007

Haha. He used to come to my house to LAN. We would also eat Indian  
food LOL. If you want I can im him and ask him to come to a satlug  
meeing and speak about something regarding security. Be also help  
found digital defense. I remember when he and forrest worked there.

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On Dec 10, 2007, at 8:13 PM, Brad Knowles <brad at shub-internet.org>  

> On 12/10/07, phn1x wrote:
>> who the hell is h?
> H.D. Moore.  See <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H._D._Moore>, and  
> keep in mind that he's also one of the first people credited any  
> time someone talks about jailbreaking the iPhone.  Somehow, I have  
> to believe that his data fuzzing tools have been instrumental in  
> finding new code that can be exploited to re-jailbreak the phone,  
> after each new firmware release.
> BTW, he's local to Austin, although I think he travels quite a lot.  
> I've seen him speak at an AustinLUG meeting, and I've also had him  
> come back and give an encore presentation of that same talk for  
> CACTUS.  Really good speaker, really knows his stuff, really scares  
> the holy living $#!+ out of you.
> The mark of a good talk is when everyone gives the speaker a  
> standing ovation at the end.  The mark of a truly great security  
> talk is when everyone is too busy checking their machines and you  
> hear hear whole choruses of "crap, crap, crap, crap, crap" coming  
> from all corners of the room.
> He's a truly great speaker on security subjects.
> If you can stand to have the holy living $#!+ scared out of you, and  
> spend the next several hours immediately after the talk trying to  
> run the tools against your own machines to discover just how really  
> wide open you actually are, you should definitely try to get him to  
> come down there and give you a talk.
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