Lynn Yandell, an attendee of one of my sessions, sent me this list of (sometimes embarassing) things that I said while presenting. Thanks to Lynn for recording this stuff, to say
nothing of sitting down and actually listening attentively for five days in a row. Now that's stamina!
"Hey, bits is bits, right?" - Ed Skoudis, June 4, 2002
"...and don't forget, there will be free beer at the Linux mini-workshop..." - Ed Skoudis, June 5, 2002
"Some percent of your user base will be evil." - Ed Skoudis, June 5, 2002
"I can hack myself. I can also steal cookies from myself." - Ed Skoudis, June 5, 2002
"Never display a user back to a password." - Ed Skoudis, June 5, 2002
"The gentleman asked, 'Should I kiss my own box?'" - Ed Skoudis,
June 5, 2002 (In a comment repeating a question from the audience on the KIS Kernel Intrusion System)
"These aren't the droids you're looking for..." - Ed
Skoudis, June 5, 2002 (In a comment regarding hidden file streams)
"Your users? Ninety percent of them are idiots. You know that." - Ed Skoudis, June 5, 2002
"115 is down!" -- Ed Skoudis, October 24, 2002, after being reminded by 10 students that this machine had crashed during the hacker workshop.
During October, 2003, Edgar B. Tijerino recorded this quote during a session in New York City: