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Thin Clients, VDI and Linux integration from the front lines.... Raw and sometimes unedited notes based on my experiences with VMware, Thin Clients, Linux etc.

OK, so it's a little contrived, almost a bit like reading a rough draft for a CSI Plot, but for all that it does highlight how much we need to be aware of keeping things secure when we build them as opposed to patching them later? It's certainly an insight as to how things might happen....?

Jessi Knapp: Voiceover: The real world is fraught with security challenges, privacy hurdles and mobility issues. All problems software developers solve every day. Join us now as we explore the latest tools and technologies for tackling real world development issues and meet the geniuses who use them on this episode of The Code Room.

Knapp: Welcome to The Code Room. I’m your host, Jessi Knapp. We’re in Las Vegas, Nevada to take a look inside the high stakes world of Sin City security with seven of the top security experts in the field, three of them posing as hackers and the other four as the baddest security force on the planet. In this episode it’s good guys versus bad guys. Breaking into Vegas.

In Vegas you’ll find honeymooners, tourists and gamblers of all types. But Vegas really shines for its high rollers. Casinos, hotels and shops roll out the red carpet for these VIPs who arrive from all over the world bringing millions of dollar with them, millions that hackers covet.

Hackers like Caleb “Bulletproof” Sima. Duane “The Samurai” Laflotte. And Joel “The Hacktavist” Scambray. Hidden away at the Low Roller motel, the hackers are holed up and working through the night. Their target? The legendary Plaza hotel and casino.

Caleb Sima: You got it?

Duane Laflotte: Hello, there it is.

Knapp: They’ve found a way into the casino network.

Laflotte: Go, go, go to the VIP logins.

Joel Scambray: Yeah. I hate these Web sites, they’re so annoying.

more at MSDNTV....

Posted on Wednesday, March 1, 2006 5:44 AM IT Management , Security | Back to top


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