What the Hack
What The Hack was an outdoor hacker conference held in
Liempde, The Netherlandsbetween the 28th and 31st of July, 2005. It has been the most recent event in a sequence that began with the Galactic Hacker Partyin 1989, followed by Hacking at the End of the Universein 1993, Hacking In Progressin 1997 and Hackers At Largein 2001.
The organising name was "HEX 2005", however, it was later renamed to "WTH 2005".
Over 2000 hackers visited the event to participate in an exchange on several technical, social and philosophical matters of importance to the technically inclined community. Visitors from all over the world arrived at the Camp Ground including groups of such diversity as
OpenBSDdevelopers, the German Chaos Computer Club, members of the "" hackergroup, and numerous smaller groups and organisations in addition.
While planning the event, there were several issues with the local government attempting to cancel the event because of "the risk for public security".
Several smaller events were embedded in or inspired by this event like the
Hacktrain, which was planned to travel there, as well as the local radio station, and the smaller Police village which featured specialists from their IT Department, as well as interested government parties. Peg DHCP(RFC 2322) was used during the event to allocate IP addresses. The method had been first devised and used at Hacking In Progress.
Lectures and events included:
* Reverse engineering Microsoft .NET
* Cyborgs: Practical Experimentation
* Attacks on Digital Passports
* Using Linux for Embedded Devices
* Doing a WiFi Long-Shot
* Symbian Security
* Do We Run Out of Oil?
* How to Lower Electricity Consumption in Your Home
* The Politics of Psychedelic Research
* [http://wiki.whatthehack.org/index.php/Press_Reviews The What The Hack press page] (contains links to many articles, mostly in Dutch or German).
* [http://wiki.whatthehack.org/index.php/Main_Page What The Hack]
Other events in this series
* [http://www.xs4all.nl/~rop/oldstuff/ghp.txt Galactic Hacker Party]
* [http://gopher.well.com:70/0/hacking/hack-tic/galac.hac Hacking at the End of the Universe]
* [http://www.hip97.nl/ Hacking In Progress]
* [http://www.hal2001.org/ Hackers At Large]
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