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Dave Kennedy talks about a capture the flag contest

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Hosted by Xoke on 2015-12-09 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Duration: 00:03:17


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David Kennedy (ReL1K) is a security ninja and penetration tester that likes to write code, break things, and develop exploits. Dave is a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for a Fortune 1000. Dave is on the Back|Track and Exploit-Database development team and a core member of the Social-Engineer podcast and framework. David continues to contribute to a variety of open-source projects. David had the privilege in speaking at some of the nations largest conferences on a number of occasions including BlackHat, Defcon and Shmoocon. David is the creator of the Social-Engineer Toolkit (SET), Fast-Track, modules/attacks for Metasploit, and has released a number of public exploits. David heavily co-authored the Metasploit Unleashed course available online and has a number of security related white-papers in the field of exploitation. David has a book soon to be released in June from NoStarch Press, “Metasploit: A Penetration Testers Guide”. David is one of the founders of DerbyCon, a hacker con located in Louisville, Kentucky. Lastly, David worked for three letter agencies during his U.S Marine Corp career in the intelligence field specializing in red teaming and computer forensics.


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Comment #1 posted on 2015-12-25 12:19:14 by Frank

I use a play queue in cmus. Once that queue (around 20-25 minutes) is done, cmus goes back to random library playback.

Here's the catch: what if the random piece after the classical music is also classical? In such a case you would not notice that it is time to get up, which is a problem I regularly encounter. I can't (and not really want) to have two different collection just to keep the two apart.

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