It has been a busy few weeks. Along with prepping for multiple exams and some future work (to be announced soon) I had been in hiding trying to get the Domino ethical hacking for admins workshop finished and prepped. Last Thursday, I presented it in London, and pre-empted it with a warning that we had never done this before, so God knows how it will all work out. It’s always tough when you are presenting something brand new, especially for a full day.
All in all, I think it went well. Delegates were very happy and slightly scared when showing them the tools available and what people can actually do in the public and private world. Along with possibly attack vectors on Domino I gave suggested countermeasures and recommended configurations for production domino/http servers. The best part of these days is the interaction with delegates. They not only gave back a lot of thoughts and comments, but they also shared experiences and opinions with each other. Feedback and evals were positive, which was a relief to me. Even after all these years of speaking, I still read every eval. There are always useful.
The end of the day was rounded up with a post session beer, followed by a *lot* more beers after meeting up with many of the usual suspects in the city. A good, but tiring day.