The second day of Hack.lu is often the longest since it includes the social events at the end which can go on well into the night. This day was no different, it started early in the morning and ended just before ten o’clock. I was exhausted when I arrived back at my accommodation but it was totally worth it.
Credit: All videos are recorded and uploaded by the amazing @cooper. You can find the full list on his website: https://administraitor.video/edition/Hack.lu/2019
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I am in Luxembourg for a few days attending three different information security events that are part of the LuxSecurityWeek which is held every October. This is my second time attending these events and it’s becoming more of a personal habit for many reasons. Luxembourg is a beautiful country, very safe, and close to many European traveling hubs.
As I mentioned, this is my second time attending Hack.lu, I came here last year, and I will come again next year. The conference is great in every aspect (content, speakers, atmosphere, food, … ). Sometimes my anxiety gets the best of me but most of the time I enjoy the overall experience and I get to talk to many people, exchange knowledge with them, and even make some network connections for future professional networking. A massive kudos to the organizers who created such a nice informative event.
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I try to spend most of my weekends learning new things or refreshing old knowledge. Most of the time I pick things that I find interesting to make sure my weekends aren’t boring or miserable.
In the interest of possibly inspiring someone to pick one of the topics I
find interesting, I will share the stuff I study every weekend so
others can get some resources and topics that can be helpful.
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Yesterday, Cloudflare announced the public availability of WARP, their non-traditional VPN that aims to help consumers improve their network security by encrypting the connection between the users’ devices and the edge of Cloudflare’s network.
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Last week I got a new card from an awesome bank, I use it for almost every purchase mainly because it has a great categorization system that allows me to track my expenses simply and easily. One of the things their app recommended is adding my card to the Apple Wallet so I can use it for contactless payments via Apple Pay, so I did that. Surprisingly, I never used the function itself for a week or two but that change yesterday.
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