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BitDraw ICO

This public announcement is to inform the public that Trammell Ventures recently came across an ICO listed on ICObench called ‘ bitdraw.online.’ Many of you may recognize the name "BitDraw" or "bitdraw.com" as it was a site created by Dustin D. Trammell (aka I)ruid and I}ruid), CEO of Trammell Ventures, years ago as an online gaming platform which was operational around 2013 and online between 2013-2016. This announcement is to [...]

By |2018-12-03T14:26:08+00:00December 3rd, 2018|advisory, technology|0 Comments

Nakamoto Family Foundation

Over what now approaches a decade since Satoshi first published the Bitcoin white paper there has been continued speculation of who might be Satoshi. Over time, various people—myself included—have been imagined to be Satoshi for various reasons. Certain would-be Satoshis have made attempts to claim that they are Satoshi. Unfortunately some have even been so persistent in their claims that they have been able to confuse newcomers to the distributed [...]

BodyHacking Con Blog

Hey blog readers!  I just wanted to post here that I'm now contributing to the BodyHacking Con's blog.  I'll be writing primarily about my own personal experiences in the realm of bodyhacking, with my first post being about Nootropics, the Alchohol Flush Reaction, and the ALDH2 Gene.

By |2015-09-14T10:03:53+00:00September 14th, 2015|bodyhacking, conference|0 Comments

REcon 2012

I’ve just recently returned from REcon 2012 and while I heard a couple people express that they had “heard” that some people were more disappointed with this year’s conference compared to prior ones, I personally really enjoyed it and felt it was the best one yet.  I saw and enjoyed more of the lectures this year than I have in the past and seemed to have better interactions with the [...]

InfoSec Southwest 2012 Debrief

A couple of weekends ago I hosted my first information security and hacking conference called InfoSec Southwest here in Austin, Texas.  Having been attending such conferences for over fifteen years, and being involved with those in such capacities as speaker, volunteer, and sponsor, I had a general idea of the amount of work that this undertaking would be and luckily I wasn’t too far off in my estimation.  Had this [...]

By |2012-04-11T10:18:49+00:00April 11th, 2012|business, conference|0 Comments

ExploitHub

A few years ago, following the failure of WabiSabiLabi’s 0day auction site, I gave some thought to how to create a public marketplace for exploits that actually works.  Obviously given the example of WabiSabiLabi and a little common sense that any vulnerability researcher worth their salt would know, you can’t have a public market for 0day vulnerabilities.  As WabiSabiLabi quickly found out, by disclosing enough information about the vulnerability so [...]

By |2012-02-29T13:42:15+00:00February 29th, 2012|business, security, software, technology|0 Comments

TSA Lectures, Lies, and Rude, Dismissive Behavior

On a recent trip to Orlando, I opted out of the full-body scan at AUS, as I always do at every airport security checkpoint.  While waiting for my pat-down, I was lectured by the TSA gate agent about how safe they are, was subsequently questioned about my cellphone use as a radiation exposure comparison, and was subjected to repeated attempts to get me to change my mind and just go [...]

By |2012-02-21T13:02:38+00:00February 21st, 2012|opinion, physical security, rant, security, technology, travel|0 Comments