FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL DEF CON IV Convention Update #1.21 (07.19.96) July 26-28th @ the Monte Carlo Resort in Las Vegas XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XX DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXXXXXxxxxXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XX DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXXXXxxxxxxXXXXXX X X DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXXXxxxxxxxxXXXXXXX X DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXXxxxxxxxxxxXXXX XXXXXXXXX DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXxxxxxxxxxxxxXXXXXXXXXX X DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxXXXXXX XX X DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXxxxxxxxxxxxxXXXXXXXX DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXXxxxxxxxxxxXXXXXXXX X XX DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXXXxxxxxxxxXXXXXXXXXX XX X DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXXXXxxxxxxXXXXXXXXX X DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXXXXXxxxxXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX X DEF CON IV Initial Convention Announcement The only convention with free beer! READ & DISTRIBUTE & READ & DISTRIBUTE & READ & DISTRIBUTE & READ & DISTRIBUTE READ & DISTRIBUTE & READ & DISTRIBUTE & READ & DISTRIBUTE & READ & DISTRIBUTE DEF CON IV Will be held for the fourth time in Las Vegas. Heck, they are building the hotels faster than we can use them up. If you don't know much about Def Con, please check out the web site [www.defcon.org] and you will get an idea. MEDIA SPOTLIGHT:-------------------------------------------------------------- See what the all knowing media has to say about DEF CON: Despised by Tsutomu "Shimmi" Shimomura - ".. Defcon, a bizarre gathering of anklebiters, telecom industry security people, and undoubtedly a few cops.." - Takedown p. 136 "By day, speakers discussed privacy on the net and computer viruses and the hacking scene in Europe. By night, they gathered in hotel rooms and at casino bars to swap tales of hacking prowess, to dump on the new and clueless.." -The Cyberthief and the Samurai p. 145 IN SHORT:--------------------------------------------------------------------- WHAT: Speakers and partying in Vegas for all hackers WHEN: July 26 - 28th WHERE: Las Vegas, Nevada @ the Monte Carlo Hotel COSTS: $30 in advance, $40 at the door MORE INFO: http://www.defcon.org or email info.at.defcon.dot.org IN LONG:---------------------------------------------------------------------- (The following is mostly pirated from last year's announcement.. I'll update it when I feel creative) Hey, it's time for DEF CON again. This is an initial announcement and invitation to DEF CON IV, a convention for the "underground" elements of the computer culture. We try to target the (Fill in your favorite word here): Hackers, Phreaks, Hammies, Virii Coders, Programmers, Crackers, Cyberpunk Wannabees, Civil Liberties Groups, CypherPunks, Futurists, Artists, Criminally Insane, Hearing Impaired. It seems that books about the culture are becoming more popular, so of course reporters are also welcome. You won't be hurt. I promise. So you heard about DEF CON III, and want to hit part IV? You heard about the parties, the info discussed, the bizarre atmosphere of Las Vegas and want to check it out in person? You want to do weird shit _away_ from the hotel where you can't get me in trouble? Then you're just the person to attend! Sure it's great to meet and party with fellow hackers, but besides that we try to provide information and speakers in a forum that can't be found at other conferences. While there is an initial concern that this is just another excuse for the evil hackers to party and wreak havoc, it's just not the case. People come to DEF CON for information and for making contacts. We strive to distinguish this convention from others in that respect. Plus this year we have official DEF CON GOONS(c) who will pummel you until you pass out should you cause problems for other con.friendly people! Big Brother loves you! Top Ten reasons to attend Defcon 4 by Pappy 023ndorph 10. There are new hotels and PBX operators who've never heard of us. 9. You swore one year you'd see a speaker. This could be the year. 8. Even pit bosses and bondsmen can forget a face after a year. 7. That guy that told you to fuck off in IRC will be there. 6. You miss the 107 degree evenings. 5. Hookers take credit cards. 4. You go where the no-day eurowarez go. 3. We've got to find the 20+ MIA's from last year. 2. Everyone else is going, follow the heard. Moo. 1. The unbridled smut. SPEAKERS:--------------------------------------------------------------------- Speakers in the past have included Gail Thackeray, Phill Zimmermann, Bruce Schneier, Susan Thunder, Jim Settle, and many others. Who will we have this year? Well as usual the actual list is always changing, but below will be the current state of the speakers. There will be speaking all day Saturday and Sunday starting at about 10 a.m. and going to 6 p.m. Aprox. 20 people will speak (The most ever!), plus smaller tech sessions. - [> John Littman - Author of "The Fugitive Game" - Tales from the whole Kevin Mitnick saga. [> Winn Schwartau - Information Warfare - Winn is the Author of "Information Warfare" and "Terminal Compromise" as well as writing for many security journals and trade publications. Winn will recount the year's interesting InfoWar occurrences and talk about their implications. [> Eric Hughes - Founder of Cypherpunks List - Digital Banking and Currency issues. [> Dune - Lock picking demonstration and Q&A - There will be various tools and locks demonstrated. This will be a smaller talk at table X at x:xx on Sunday. [> Carolyn Meinel - "Jobs are for Lusers" - The oppressive potential of employers and the diversified marketplace results in self employment. [> Koresh - A technical talk about ip spoofing, sequencing and fragmentation attacks as well as firewall penetration techniques. [> Stephen Cobb - Head of special projects at the NCSA. - 101 Things to do with an Ex-Hacker - Could we or should we develop a process for "sanitizing" people who want to make the transition from illegal hacking to legitimate employment. [> Bootleg - "The problems with counterfeiting" - Sure to be a favorite with our federal "MIB" guests. Learn the technologies of reproducing money, and how the new $100 bills have already been forged. [> John Q. Newman - Sponsored by Index Publishing - "Paper tripping" and document manipulation. How do "they" know who you are? [> Mudge - Vulnerabilities in OTP's - SecurID and S/key. Dictionary, Spoofing, Hi-Jacking and Race Condition attacks. [> Richard Thieme - Prodigious writer for .Net, Wired, etc. Speaks on the symbiotic relationship between networked computers and humans - a dialectic constituting a rising spiral of mutual transformation. - [> Richard K. - Specialist in Kidnap & Ransom negotiations, electronic surveillance counter measures and international trade - Will talk about what's real and what isn't, plus a Q & A session that should be very interesting. Sorry! Current law prohibits show and tell of the more controversial technology. [> Netta "grayarea" Gilboa - Sex, Lies and Computer Crimes: The Truth Behind The Indictment Of "Computer Genius" Christopher Schanot. [> Jim Carter - Van Eck Tempest demonstration - Jim will attempt to "Van Eck" a remote computer monitor, and explain the theory and application. [> Dave Banisar - Senior Policy Analyst at EPIC - "Tales from inside the Beltway: truly scary stories on privacy, censorship and watching Congress and the President work. [> Andrew Black - FBI Computer Crime Division - Someone from the FBI will talk on the newly created computer crime divisions in San Francisco, Washington D.C. and New York. [> Attitude Adjuster - Windows 95 viruses and the Internet: How public API's and crafty code make for wild potential viruses. [> Yobie Benjamin - Source Coder Supreme! - Will talk about Java security issues, design considerations and areas for further "exploration" with grinch, who regularly publishes technical articles in the magazine Java World. [> Ira Winkler - NCSA - Ira Winkler has performed penetrations that rival the best of the hacker community. He is in the very enviable position of being paid to hack into some of the largest companies in the world. While he holds the unpopular opinion that hackers should be prosecuted for their actions, he believes that hackers can "outgrow their ignorance and be valuable members of the information security community." [> Mike Peros AKA White Knight - Private Investigator - He has some great war stories to share with every one about some illegal Japanese Intelligence bugs that I found at an DOD contracting facility which was working an US Air Force contraction involving the F 18 fighter jet. US Government Illegally Wire Tapping Innocent American Citizens And how I caught them. Data Tapping Through the Switch. Compromising the sub frame rooms, cross connect boxes, and the many uses of liquid solder. The use of a cell phone as an eavesdropping device. [> Hack the Lies Project - "Hack The Lies" was created to give a voice to the once-silent hacker community. Over the years, popular misconceptions have arisen about the hacking community and its motives, which are now taken as fact by the general populace. "Hack The Lies" is here to dispel this misinformation and to educate the public on who we are, what we do, why we do it, and more. Come join us for discussion during Defcon IV and make your views known. [> The Institution - [> Emmanuel Goldstein - Editor and publisher of 2600 Magazine - Panel discussion with Scott Skinner- "Why the E.F.F. Sucks" [> David I. Brussin - Information Systems and Security Consultant - David will discuss security issues involved in the changes in global networking and commerce. He will address the concerns that corporations and individuals will face doing business electronically over the next five years. [> Dan Veeneman - Decode Systems - Something along the lines of "Satellite Vulnerabilities: Present and Future", talking about controlling satellites, jamming and spoofing, GPS systems, future LEO systems, etc. SCHEDULE:--------------------------------------------------------------------- FRIDAY: Network Setup, Sign in, Informal PGP Keysigning, Small Demonstrations, Lots of Partying. Capture the Flag Contest Starts at 18:00 (That's 6 PM for you who can't read a computer clock) 24:00 (Midnight) Hacker Jeopardy Starts. SATURDAY: No breaks, too many speakers!! We will maintain a strict time policy per speaker. Eat when you dare. Updates to the schedule will be posted in the main convention hall. 10:00 - 10:40 Eric Hughes 10:45 - 11:25 Yobie Benjamin 11:30 - 12:10 Andrew Black 12:15 - 12:55 Mike Peros 13:00 - 13:40 Dave Banisar 13:45 - 14:25 Bootleg 14:30 - 15:10 Carolyn Meinel 15:15 - 15:55 David Brussin 16:00 - 16:40 Hack The Lies 16:45 - 17:25 Dan Veenerman 17:30 - 18:10 Jim Carter 18:15 - 18:55 Netta Gilboa 24:00 (Midnight) Hacker Jeopardy Finals! SUNDAY: 10:00 - 10:40 Richard Thieme 10:45 - 11:25 Ira Winkler 11:30 - 12:10 Mudge 12:15 - 12:55 John Q. Newman 13:00 - 13:40 Attitude Adjuster 13:45 - 14:25 Koresh 14:30 - 15:10 Stephen Cobb 15:15 - 15:55 The Institution 16:00 - 16:40 ( ) 16:45 - 17:25 ( ) Awards for Capture the Flag End of it all, cleanup, etc. See you all next year! EVENTS:----------------------------------------------------------------------- HOLY COW: While not really an event, the Holy Cow is sponsoring DEF CON this year with massive doses of their great beer! That's right! If you are over 21 you get a free beer ticket. Tickets will be randomly given away on Friday and Saturday. Over 900 tickets will be available! HACKER JEOPARDY: Winn is back, bigger and badder with Hacker Jeopardy. The Holy Cow will help supply the beer, you supply the answers. Extra secret bonus round, and an elite challenge round make this year even better. The first round starts at 12 midnight o'clock on Friday and lasts until it is done. The second and secret rounds will happen Saturday at midnight. 6 teams will be picked at random and compete for the final round. There can be only one! Strat's Team, the winners from last year will defend if all the members can be found. Each team member must chug a beer before beginning the round. CAPTURE THE FLAG: Killer Prizes! Dollars to be won! Round up the posse (so to speak) for it's time to bust root! OK, these probably aren't going to be the last set of rules or explanations, but they're better than what's on the web site. What's still true: The capture the flag network is still going to have 5-9 dedicated machines. These machines will be running a variety of operating systems. The network is going to be connected to the Internet by way of a firewall. One machine on the net will be a terminal server for serial connections and people connecting from the Internet. What's changed: everything else. Seriously: The goal of the contest isn't to put messages on the console displays. Instead every machine will have a file on it called root.flag or root.flg To capture the flag, put your tag in that file. Putting messages on the console was too easy on some OSes, plus it would interfere with playing Quake. The new simplified rules: 1)No hacking from the console. 2)No disabling any host for more than 3 minutes or the network for more than 30 seconds. A host is considered down if a Defcon Goon can't access a host and read the root.flag file. 3) No crashing the terminal server. 4) In order to be in the contest, you have to sign up your name(s) and an email address on a web page we'll have set up. Otherwise it just gets too complicated figuring out who's actually winning. (Remember, the whole Internet can play) The Prizes: Dark Tangent is in charge of handing out prizes, and also of telling me what they are. Added attractions: About half of the machines on the net will be running Quake on the console. Bring your own quake machine to join in the fun. Port-scan poker, hacking with a Las Vegas theme (details to be figured out at the last minute) About 6 gigs of file space for all your 0day needs. VIRTUAL WORLD: We will have a discount at Virtual World, and you will be able to play the various Red Planet or Battle Mech games. Full pod immersion! Up to eight people/pods per group. Virtual World will give any DEF CON IV attendee a $2 discount on any and every game. Just show 'em your name badge and your in! NET CONNECTION: This year I am going with multiple ISDN 128k connections. About 2 of them in fact. One will be used for Hack Net so outsiders can participate, two will be used for Warez net and the remainder I'm not sure yet.. maybe for doing a cu see me reflector site. If you want to connect to the network make sure to bring a computer with a 10 base T (10bt) Ethernet card to plug into our hubs. Don't forget to bring weird connectors and stuff, those always seem to come in handy. I would have gone T1 like last year, but the cost increased by like $500 and there was no way! 4th ANNUAL SPOT THE FED CONTEST: The ever popular paranoia builder. Who IS that person next to you? "Like a paranoid version of pin the tail on the donkey, the favorite sport at this gathering of computer hackers and phone phreaks seems to be hunting down real and imagined telephone security and Federal and local law enforcement authorities who the attendees are certain are tracking their every move.. .. Of course, they may be right." - John Markhoff, NYT Basically the contest goes like this: If you see some shady MIB (Men in Black) earphone penny loafer sunglass wearing Clint Eastwood to live and die in L.A. type lurking about, point him out. Just get my attention and claim out loud you think you have spotted a fed. The people around at the time will then (I bet) start to discuss the possibility of whether or not a real fed has been spotted. Once enough people have decided that a fed has been spotted, and the Identified Fed (I.F.) has had a say, and informal vote takes place, and if enough people think it's a true fed, or fed wanna-be, or other nefarious style character, you win a "I spotted the fed!" shirt, and the I.F. gets an "I am the fed!" shirt. NOTE TO THE FEDS: This is all in good fun, and if you survive unmolested and undetected, but would still secretly like an "I am the fed!" shirt to wear around the office or when booting in doors, please contact me when no one is looking and I will take your order(s). Just think of all the looks of awe you'll generate at work wearing this shirt while you file away all the paperwork you'll have to produce over this convention. I won't turn in any feds who contact me, they have to be spotted by others. HINTS FOR FEDS: A few hints so you can survive longer. (1) If you have to carry a firearm, don't use the "Gunnysacks." The butt packs are easy to spot with their long zippers. (2) Try not to have a military style haircut. Dead giveaways. (3) Use of the word "Affirmative" and "Negative" don't help your undercover personae. (4) Drink a lot. I mean A LOT. No one will suspect you as a drunken agent of law enforcement! (this is one of my better tips.) One whole slew of feds was spotted by someone when the feds' supervisor came into the hall and mentioned to their companion "One of my guys was already spotted." Doh! The contest winner just followed him to his group, and won their shirt with FOX Television from L.A. filming the whole thing. The spotted feds were cool with it, accepting their shirts.. but I think they left early. _ _ ((___)) [ x x ] cDc communications \ / Glorious Anniversary Announcement (' ') July 1st, 1996 (U) Est. 1984 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org CDC CELEBRATES TWELVE YEARS AS A CANDLE IN THE DARKNESS We knew it would happen. We just didn't think we'd live long enough to see it. CULT OF THE DEAD COW (cDc) celebrates twelve years of existence this month at DEFCON IV in Las Vegas! cDc will also introduce a series of music and audio releases, a new prestigious award for the telecommunications industry, and a new batch of text articles this month (#'s 321-330). FESTOONS. PARTY FAVORS. ROOM SERVICE. CULT OF THE DEAD COW will be celebrating their TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY at DEFCON on July 26-28th as befits their HEAP OF ELITENESS as the oldest organized group in the computer underground. Don't miss out on the fun. SWAMP RATTE' will give several impromptu workshops on crowd control and the appropriate use and maintenance of stun guns, WEASEL BOY will read from his gripping work in progress, _UNIX Sluts_, and THE DETH VEGETABLE will amaze you all with his professional impersonations of Buddy Greco, hand soap, and the color gray. These celebrations will be the talk of DEFCON and a tribute to your good taste. Make plans to attend now. Wear something special, bring plenty of fake I.D. and watch the herd show Nicolas Cage what getting liquored up in Vegas is all about. HOTELS:----------------------------------------------------------------------- There are many hotels nearby. Below are some close references to the primary hotel, and others that are close and less expensive. PRIMARY HOTEL: The Monte Carlo This hotel will be built one month before we show up. I am told it is a very nice, hence, expensive place. http://www.pcap.com/montecar.htm Phone: 800-311-8999, reference "DEF CON" for reservations Rates: Single & Double rooms $99, Triple room $109 Other hotels near by: The MGM Grand (Across the street) The Tropicana 1-800-634-4000 (Also across the street) Hotel RANGE PER NIGHT SUN-THUR FRI-SUN ALADDIN $35-$65 $85-$105 BOOMTOWN $28 $55 BOULDER STATION $39 $65 BALLY'S $89-$109 $139 CAESAR'S $165 $190 CIRCUS CIRCUS $29-$45 $79-$89 EXCALIBUR $59-$79 $83-$93 FITZGERALD $46 $75 GLASS POOL INN $29-$39 $49-$89 GOLDEN NUGGET $39-$49 $79 GOLD COAST $35 $55 HARRAH'S $55-$109 $119-$149 HACIENDA $48-68 $88-$98 HILTON (LAS VEGAS) $69-$119 $129-$159 HILTON (FLAMINGO) $69-$99 $85-$209 IMPERIAL PALACE $45-$79 $99-$129 LUXOR $59-$89 $119-$199 MAXIM $48-$68 $59-$79 MGM GRAND $69-$99 $119-$149 MIRAGE $69-$109 $145-$259 PALACE STATION $49-$69 $59-$79 PLAZA $30-$50 $59-$79 SAM'S TOWN $45-$65 $85-105 SAN REMO $59-$79 $119-$159 SAND'S $75-$95 $115-135 RIO $66-$96 $129-$149 RIVERIA $59-$79 $105-$125 TROPICANA $49-$79 $109-$129 TREASURE ISLAND $59-$79 $119-$139 SHERATON DESERT INN $89-$109 $145-$165 SAHARA $59-$79 $85-$105 BLAIR HOUSE $59-$79 $99-$109 VACTION VILLAGE $39-$59 $59-$79 STUFF IN VEGAS:--------------------------------------------------------------- URLs The Monte Carlo Hotel: http://www.pcap.com/montecar.htm http://www.wizard.com/cabbie/brothels2.html Legal Brothels http://www.serve.com/~mahood/nellis/groom/groomtl.htm Here's the history of A51 http://www.cris.com/%7Epsyspy/area51/index.shtml Area 51 / Groom Lake http://www.nerdworld.com/users/dstein/nw449.html Gambling Resource page. http://126.96.36.199/travel/Nevada/ Vacation Info for the Luxor, MGM, Mirage, and Excalibur http://www.lv.com/Paradice/ Paradice Adventures is a room consolidator that offers Hotel & Motel discounts in the four major Nevada destinations. Also we offer up to 30% off on rack rates during normal periods. http://www.infi.net/vegas/lvr/ Hotel Reservations, Show Times, and Conventions. Here is a brief review of the new Stratosphere Hotel Gseven posted to the mailing list: .. There is no gambling in the tower, although there is a "Stratosphere Casino" on the ground. The "King Kong" ride is part of phase two, and has not been built yet. By all reports, the "Let It Ride" roller coaster is a major yawner. The "Big Shot" by all reports is pretty wild, and is described as a reverse bungee jump. Contrary to the other report, you don't get "hauled" up and "dropped". You get shot up, by a giant slingshot but tethered by a rubber band. Supposedly if you manage to open your eyes at the top and are facing the right direction, you can see Lake Mead. MORE INFO:-------------------------------------------------------------------- [> DEF CON Voice Bridge (801) 855-3326 This is a multi-line voice bbs, VMB and voice conference system. There are 5 or so conference areas, with up to eight people on each one. Anyone can create a free VMB, and there are different voice bbs sections for separate topics. This is a good neutral meeting place to hook up with others. [> MAILING LIST send email to email@example.com and in the body of the message include the following on a separate line each. subscribe dc-announce subscribe dc-stuff dc-announce is used for convention updates and major announcements, dc-stuff is related to general conversation, planning rides and rooms, etc. [> WWW Site http://www.defcon.org/ Convention updates and archives from previous conventions are housed here. Past speakers, topics, and stuff for sale. Also a growing section of links to other places of interest and current events. Light Ray has been going crazy with support www pages, so take advantage of them! [> Room and Ride Sharing Page: Plan for sharing a ride from around the country, post the availability of floor space in your hotel room or just see what people are up to. www.defcon.org or direct at http://exo.com/~fricke/dc-ride.html [> The Con Page http://exo.com/~fricke/conpage.html [> Who's Bringing What Page. Find out what people are bringing and what is needed. Very interesting mix of stuff. http://exo.com/~fricke/dc-bring.html [> The Las Vegas Radio Frequency Page. Perfect for hours of fun with a scanner. http://exo.com/~fricke/vegasradio.html [> The Second Annual California Car Caravan to DEF CON! If you're in California, saddle up with the posse and head out in the caravan. A live "pirate" radio station will broadcast music all the way, as well as 2 way radios so everyone can stay in touch. Because us haxors don't have company cars, there will be a mobile repair vehicle to help out those whose cars explode or malfunction. Enigma set up this page to coordinate: http://www.thehost.com/enigma/caravan [> EMAIL dtangent at defcon døt org Send all email questions / comments to dtangent.at.defcon.dot.org. It has been said that my email is monitored by various people. If you want to say something private, please do so with my pgp key (At the bottom of this announcement) I usually respond to everything, if not I'm swamped or had a system problem. [> SNAIL MAIL Send all written materials, pre-registrations, etc. to: DEF CON, 2709 E. Madison, Seattle WA, 98112 If you are pre-registering for $30 please make payable to DEF CON and include a name to which you want the registration to apply. I don't respond to registrations unless you request. DO YOU WANT TO HELP?---------------------------------------------------------- Here is what you can do if you want to help out or participate in some way: Donate stuff for the continuous give-aways and the various contests. Got extra ancient stuff, or new cool stuff you don't use anymore? Donate it to a good cause! One person was very happy over winning an osborne "portable" computer. ORGANIZE sharing a room or rides with other people in your area. Join the mailing list and let people know you have floor space or some extra seats in your car. Hey, what's the worst that can happen besides a trashed hotel room or a car-jacking? CREATE questions for hacker jeopardy (you know how the game is played) and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. No one helped out last year, so this year let's try. Everything from "Famous narks" to "UNIX bugs" is fair game. BRING a machine with a 10bt interface card, and get on the local network, trade pgp signatures, etc. FINAL CHECK LIST OF STUFF TO BRING:------------------------------------------- (From Enigma and formatted by me - put them back in order and win a prize -- NOT.) Check-off list: 11. FM Radio (to listen to pirate radio station) 1. Yourself 22. Print out of Skipjack encryption algorithm 2. A Friend 13. Disks with fun things on them 15. Your PGP public key 40. Thermal Image Device (aka Nightvision) 16. Modem 4. notebook/laptop computer 5. desktop computer 44. FM Transmitter (pirate radio station) 18. Flash light 9. Two-Way Radios (2 meters, 440/220mhz, CB) 19. Terminal Server 34. Acoustic Couplers 35. False IDs 23. Speakerphone (was wanted last year) 36. Phone Cable 20. Serial Cables, Null Modem adapters 37. Extension Cords 8. Box of Cornstarch (remember last year...) 39. Van Eck device 6. 10baseT Ethernet adapter for (4) and (5) 43. Lockpick set 7. Bag full of assorted adapters and such 38. Power Strips 31. Electronic Gizmos that we find neat 30. Cellular Phones 14. Other freebies to hand out 12. Zines 32. Magnetic Card reader/writer 27. Snacks 29. Phone Taps, Phone Tap detectors 24. Phones 33. GOES/Wefax decoding equipment 41. GPS 3. $40 for Dark Tangent unless you've preregistered 10. Scanner Radio (for listening to hotel security & nellis range) 17. Assorted uniforms (bell-boy, UPS, security, etc.) for invisibility 21. Wire Strippers and Alligator Clips (came in handy last year) 25. Old Computers for the mini Museum of Computer History 26. Your TI-85, TI-92, or HP-48 calculator, to trade programs and stuff 28. Old Linux distribution CDs to give to poor people without Linux 42. Blueprints for various hotels - makes exploring easier MY PGP KEY:------------------------------------------------------------------- -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK----- Version: 2.6.1 mQCNAy6v5H8AAAEEAJ7xUzvdRFMtJW3CLRs2yXL0BC9dBiB6+hAPgBVqSWbHWVIT /5A38LPA4zqeGnGpmZjGev6rPeFEGxDfoV68voLOonRPcea9d/ow0Aq2V5I0nUrl LKU7gi3TgEXvhUmk04hjr8Wpr92cTEx4cIlvAeyGkoirb+cihstEqldGqClNAAUR tCZUaGUgRGFyayBUYW5nZW50IDxkdGFuZ2VudEBkZWZjb24ub3JnPg== =ngNC -----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----Some pictures of the lovely hotel..
The Hotel is still being built, as you can see (one
from last years convention.
Closer to being done, Wyatt took this one..
How to deal with Hookers in Las Vegas.
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