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Black Hat spotlights virtualization, DNS issues
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Written by Daniel   
Friday, 08 August 2008 12:43
Black Hat spotlights virtualization, DNS issues
By Ellen Messmer , Tim Greene and Robert McMillan , Network World , 08/08/2008
NetworkWorld 

LAS VEGAS — The 12th Black Hat conference convened at Caesar’s Palace last week, where the 4,500 attendees (a 12.5% increase over last year) heard about the security problems that will plague virtualized environments, why Cisco routers are more of a hacker target than ever and a detailed explanation of DNS attacks.

Attendees also found a conference show floor that was dominated by vendor booths. The booths, once a rarity at the conference, are becoming more prevalent as vendors inject themselves into the Black Hat mix. While he didn’t apologize for their presence — and noting that vendor sponsorships are important to the financial success of the conference — Black Hat founder and director Jeff Moss did distance the content of the show from the sponsors. Presenters at the show briefings present vendor-neutral material chosen solely for its value to the security community, he said during his opening remarks.   [Comments...]
 

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