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UPDATE: I'm speaking at DEFCON XXIII. Aug 7, 2015 @ 1:00pm, Bally's Las Vegas
Also, here is a handy printable DEFCON 23 schedule.
I've been fortunate in being able to speak at DEFCON seven times (including the upcoming DEFCON XXIII). I've also covered DEFCON for Computer World Magazine.
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 TALK: DEFCON XV, LAS VEGAS NV, AUG 2007

DEFCON XV, Las Vegas NV, Aug 2007 “The Executable Image Exploit”
The “Executable Image Exploit” lets you insert a dynamic program into any community website that allows references to off-domain images; like MySpace or eBay. By uploading the following line of HTML to a community website, <img src=”http://www.mydomain. com/executable.jpg”> you can launch a dynamic program that masquerades as a static image and capable of reading and writing cookies, analyzing referrer (and other browser) variables and access databases. It is even possible to create an image the causes a browser to execute JavaScript.     Quote from the DEFCON XV program
This lecture described how to disguise computer programs as online images that may be used to gather specific metrics. I also talked about how these methods were used to help a Private Investigator track an online stalker.
You can watch Michael Schrenk's DEFCON 15 talk here.

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