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DerbyCon

DerbyCon

Quick Look: It is time to put this channel out to pasture.

I am not sure if this channel is still operational. It is available in the Roku Channel Store, however the channel will not load and times itself out. Since the release of the channel this event has happened several more times, so the available content, if any, may be outdated. I would suggest visiting their website by clicking on the provided link at the bottom of this page to find out more about this annual event.

DerbyCon 2011 is a hackers conference that was held in Louisville, Kentucky from September 30 through October 2 and was attended by over 1,100 people. The DerbyCon Roku channel provides videos of the presentations made at that conference. Topics include Penetration Execution Testing Standard (PTES), Mining Sensitive Information from Images Using Command-Line OCR, An Analysis of ICS (SCADA) Software, and Exploiting Java Memory Corruption Vulnerabilities.

Information is current as of 2/19/2015

Developer's Channel Description: DerbyCon is a new hacker conference located in Lousville, Kentucky. If you were unable to attend, you can watch the recorded talks from Kevin Mitnick, Dave Kennedy, HD Moore, Johnny Long, and more right from your Roku.

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CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Sci & Tech

DEVELOPER: MICHAEL DAVIS

FEES: None

RELATED LINKS:
DerbyCon Website
DerbyCon (@DerbyCon) on Twitter