A minute to start PHDays
Near reality
Plenary session "Information security today: the splendor and misery of corporate security"
Ilya Sachkov (Group-IB) and Kirill Kertsenbaum (Kaspersky Lab)
Participants of "IoT (in)security"
Critical infrastructure of The Standoff
Sharpening hacker skills at Hardware Village
Victoria Alexeeva, PHDays Director
5,000+ participants this year
Anto Joseph and Clarence Chio
Patrick Wardle
Alexey Lukatsky moderating the session "IoT (in)security"
Dmitry Manannikov brought up the problem of security evolution
HackBattle championship
The contest "Automotive Village: CarPWN"
The Standoff participants


Participants of PHDays CityF: The Standoff
The section Face to Face: the Arbiters of Security
Python + Django are hacker’s best friends
The section Why We Hack: The Truth
Paul Vixie speaking about DNS as a Defense Vector
BMS & SmartHouse Attack
The contest EAST 4 SCADA
The section Another Round of the Standoff: IS Services as a Response to New Threats and Challenges
Jeff Katz while speaking about Privacy and Security in the Internet of Things
Babak Javadi during his talk Janitor to CISO in 360 Seconds: Exploiting Mechanical Privilege Escalation
The hacker teams yet cannot outplay the defenders
The second day starts with the drone hijacking
The flooded city and the Horsemen of the Apocalypse riding bean bags
The section Experts Don’t Need No Education. Information Security and Other Pseudosciences
Alexey Lukatsky rounds up leading SIEM vendors
2drunk2hack — icing on the cake
Trying to hack web apps protected by WAF
Mikhail Levin awarding the defenders of PHDays CityF: The Standoff
The hacker teams of PHDays CityF: The standoff


John Bambenek on cyberthreat detection
The session “Today’s Russia in Unfriendly Cyberworld”
Only female hackers in the Korean CTF team
DJ Andrey Addison at PHDays V
A report on supercomputer file system by Felix Wilhelm and Florian Grunow
Alexander Gostev and Vitaly Kamluk with a research on government spyware
Whitfield Diffie, Advisor of Almaz Capital
The MDS band reading the best stories of the Hacked Future contest
“Social Engineering for Fun and Profit” by Chris Hadnagy
It’s not easy to find a master key to handcuffs
A developer from SMTDP Tech gets a $1,5 million grant from Almaz Capital
The MiTM Mobile contest’s stand
The Choo Choo Pwn contest’s stand
CTF virtual currency
Andrey Masalovich: Zero Shades of Grey
The forum’s attendees root for 2drunk2hack participants
Digital Substation Takeover winners
Vlad Raskov receives a reward after winning the contest
Best hackers together on one stage


Critical Infrastructure Attack or How to Hack a Whole City
The second day of PHDays IV CTF begins
The round table “State and Cybersecurity”
What will happen if the signal lights and boom barrier stop working?
Impressioning attacks by Toool
Trying to hack the QIWI terminal
Dragon Sector, the winners of CTF
The MacBook Air survives and goes to the winner of the contest Huck Me
The winners of Survive Hacking
Kirill Kertsenbaum discussing MDM, BYOD etc.
Robert Griffin about attack prevention
Fabricating keys
Critical Infrastructure Security
Tom Van Goethem telling about vulnerabilities in WordPress
The second day of PHDays IV CTF
The Leave ATM Alone contest
William Hagestad II: comparing Iranian, Chinese and North Korean hacking worlds
Andrey Masalovich presenting his report on competitive intelligence
2drunk2hack: hackers should be able to overcome any difficulties


Forum’s participants
Boris Simis tells about real security
Vladimir Zhirinovsky at PHDays
Choo Choo Pwn
Sergey Gordeychik, PHDays architect
Olga Kochetova’s lab
Aestetix speaking
Round table ‘The Role of the Young of Today on the Information Security Market of Russia’
Nick Galbreath speaking
Travis Goodspeed’s talk
Andrey Masalovich presenting
Choo Choo Pwn
Olga Kochetova preparing the ATM before the lab
SDLC’s panel discussion ‘Is SDLC a Whim, a Vagary of Fashion, or Regulatory Bodies' Requirement?’


Press Conference
Bruce Schneier' Speech
Datuk Mohd Noor Amin'Speech
Jerry Gamblin's Speech
Marcus Niemietz's Speech
Thibault Koechiln's Speech
Sergey Gordeychik's speech
Alexey Lukatsky' Speech
Miroslav Stampar's Speech
PHDays Guests
Hands-on-Lab on Remote Banking Security
CTF. BIOS, India
CTF. FluxFingers, Germany
PPP 's Dumpster-Diving
Bruce Schneier
Too Drunk to Hack
CTF Silver medalists - 0daysober, Switzerland
CTF Awards
Underwood Performance


The weather set a positive mood even before the event began.
The first steps into the Molodaya Gvardiya club made it clear for the attendees: it was the right place.
The rush hour was pretty tough for everyone. The organizers promised to take it into consideration :)
The members of the PPP team, USA, still unaware of their upcoming victory at the PHD CTF 2011…
or 8 hours, the PHD CTF 2011 playground turned into a field of an intensive struggle.
The contestants of the PHD CTF 2011 were overwhelmed with emotions, but there was no single second to get distracted.
The hacker contest was the center of everyone's attention.
A few screens displayed each step of the CTF contestants in the real-time mode.
The organizers promised to enlarge the font size on the scoreboard next time :)
There was no single minute when the playground was empty.
Non-contestants were truly engrossed with the competitions.
The laptop was successfully hacked and awarded to the winner as promised.
The business program was carried out in five sections at the same time.
The mood of the seminars fluctuated from informal…
...up to formal and quite serious
The end of the day saw the funniest Too Drunk to Hack contest for all comers.
To mark the end of the forum, the attendees cut and ate a cake adorned with the logotype of the event…
….and enjoyed a hilarious and positive performance of a popular Russian band Neschastny Sluchai (The Accident).