Years ago, I worked with the Fedora Legacy project. So, wanting to get
involved in Fedora again, I looked up Fedora Security on the wiki.
Digging around, I am not seeing much presence for security? The
mailling-list archive shows no activity on the
security-team(a)lists.fedoraproject.org mailing list at all since last
October? And no team meetings?
Just who/how are security vulnerabilities handled in Fedora now? And are
fixed Fedora security vulnerabilities announced on any emailing list,
like they are in the centos-announce(a)centos.org mailing list for CentOS?
(I cannot find them yet in lists.fedoraproject.org if they're out there
somewhere, after having dug around there awhile....)
How does a volunteer help out with the Fedora security effort these days?
David D. Eisenstein
"deisenstein" on the FAS.
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Ruxcon 2017 Call For Presentations
Melbourne, Australia, October 21-22
CQ Function Centre
The Ruxcon team is pleased to announce the first round of Call For Presentations for Ruxcon 2017.
This year the conference will take place over the weekend of the 21st and 22nd of October at the CQ Function Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
The deadline for submissions is the 30th of June, 2017.
.[x]. About Ruxcon .[x].
Ruxcon is ia premier technical computer security conference in the Australia. The conference aims to bring together the individual talents of the best and brightest security folk in the region, through live presentations, activities and demonstrations.
The conference is held over two days in a relaxed atmosphere, allowing attendees to enjoy themselves whilst networking within the community and expanding their knowledge of security.
Live presentations and activities will cover a full range of defensive and offensive security topics, varying from previously unpublished research to required reading for the security community.
.[x]. Important Dates .[x].
June 30 - Call For Presentations Close
October 18-20 - Ruxcon Training
October 21-22 - Ruxcon Conference
.[x]. Topic Scope .[x].
o Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
o Mobile Device Security
o Virtualization, Hypervisor, and Cloud Security
o Malware Analysis
o Reverse Engineering
o Exploitation Techniques
o Rootkit Development
o Code Analysis
o Forensics and Anti-Forensics
o Embedded Device Security
o Web Application Security
o Network Traffic Analysis
o Wireless Network Security
o Cryptography and Cryptanalysis
o Social Engineering
o Law Enforcement Activities
o Telecommunications Security (SS7, 3G/4G, GSM, VOIP, etc)
.[x]. Submission Guidelines .[x].
In order for us to process your submission we require the following information:
1. Presentation title
2. Detailed summary of your presentation material
4. Mobile phone number
5. Brief personal biography
6. Description of any demonstrations involved in the presentation
7. Information on where the presentation material has or will be presented before Ruxcon
To submit a presentation please use our submission form: https://goo.gl/75WhtZ
* As a general guideline, Ruxcon presentations are between 45 and 60 minutes, including question time.
.[x]. Contact .[x].
o Email: presentations(a)ruxcon.org.au
o Twitter: @ruxcon