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Danny Chrastil
Works at HP - Fortify on Demand
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go figure. thats probably what funded all their appearances at conferences screaming their innocence.
 
Tor Project's latest annual financial statements, the organisation received $1,822,907 ($1.8 Million) from the US government in 2013.

Link to report [pdf] - http://thn.li/o8mg
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Rocking the CTF at BSidesDenver last week. Good stuff +Mark Hoopes +Greg Foss +Wes Lammers 
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Too bad they don't have this in Green. Would be the ultimate Enlightened phone!
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Better watch out smurfs!!
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Yeap, shamelessly plugging HP :)
Gartner’s report states, “HP Fortify, the most broadly adopted SAST tool in the market, continues to deliver compelling innovations with IAST and RASP technologies.” HP Fortify continues its unbroken streak of leadership in every application security MQ ever issued. Once again, Gartner not only acknowledged Fortify’s years of successful market execution but also called out several areas in which HP is leading in delivering on new technologies to ...
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A blog I wrote this week for work (HP).  Going beyond the javascript alert box for identifying and demonstrating business impact
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LOL, that's awesome... much more meaningful than a lame alert box
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Sometimes you may run into a situation where you need to delete multiple MySQL databases from a server at once. Unfortunately there aren't any built-in functions to handle this type of automation, which leaves you manually deleting each database one at a time. Recently I was managing a server ...
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Those rolls are going to burn!
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How come GMail has turned to crap? The mobile site sucks, and gtalk on the gmail site is horrid.
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didn't know they added hangouts to gmail
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This is a demonstration of the open source web application "CookieCatcher" which assists in hijacking user sessions through websites vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS). 
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Senior Security Consultant
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Mobile Application Security, Web Application Security, Network Penetration Testing, Capture the Flag (CTF) Development
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  • HP - Fortify on Demand
    A Sr. Security Consultant, 2013 - present
  • BT Assure
    Senior Security Consultant, 2012 - 2013
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better disk0nn3ct before i k0nn3ct my dongle in your port
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ninja hacking in the daylight and having an exotic python/ruby affair
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Littleton
Really good; we were quite impressed. The mongolian chicken is awesome if you like spicy dishes! So far our favorite Chinese Food in Highlands Ranch. Like most people said, the staff is a little stand off-ish; but I agree its more of a culture issue; they were still nice and had good service.
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The food is really good; always fresh and well made. I've never been unsatisfied with a dish. When they get really busy, which they do often, the service is pretty slow. Other than that, its well worth it.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
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