DEFCON bills itself as the world’s largest hacking conference held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada. Last year marked it’s 20th anniversary. For obvious reasons, the conference usually doesn’t allow cameras behind it’s closed doors, but for DEFCON 20, a documentary crew was allowed full access to the event. The film covers the background, philosophy and characters behind DEFCON. What’s super awesome here is that they’ve released the film for free on the interwebz – check out the trailer along with the full version below, but go here if you want to chip in and buy the dvd version with tons of special features and a photo book. Directed by Jason Scott Sadofsky.
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