|CFP Deadline||Aug. 27, 2018, 11:55 p.m.|
Send your proposal to: [email protected]
TL;DR just hack some shit and tell us how we can all do it too, for teh lulz.
Now for the long version...
WHAT WE WANT: The evaluation committee of AlligatorCon is interested in no-nonsense talks about hacking. We prefer technical talks but non-technical yet "unusual" talks are good too. Bonus points for talks that include code, practical examples, and live demos. The usual topics include pentesting, exploitation, pwnage, 0days, phreaking, rootkits, radio, satellites, spreading knowledge, evading censorship, old sch00l shit, new sch00l shit, toppling dictatorships and bringing about the Revolution, all is good. Confidentiality is key, so don't hesitate to propose topics that "legit" conferences would never accept. You can check out the schedules for previous years to give you an idea of what's been presented before: 2017 - 2016 - 2015
WHAT WE DON'T WANT: If you were thinking of telling us all about your new company product that scans for cyberthreats in the cloud using the blockchain on the Dark Web... don't waste such a wonderful talk on us! Go straight to John McAffee, he'll give you some excellent business and life advice.
HOW WE WANT IT: Our format is the following: one hour slots for everyone, but how much you use is completely optional. We recommend 40 minute talks, to give people time to drink a beer or mate, chat and relax before the next talk. For really quick topics (5-10 minutes) it's probably best to use the lightning talks slot, it's free-for-all -- just like a rap battle, you go up on stage and grab the mic.