8/18/2010
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Slideshow: Fashion Statements from DEFCON 2010

Tattoos, mohawks, sheep, and 'pimp' necklaces were just some of the scenes from the hacker conference in Las Vegas earlier this month.




A Black Hat attendee shows McAfee a little love and gets the security company's logo tattooed onto his head.

Photo by Apneet Jolly


"NeOnRain," who gave a presentation at Defcon on building and hacking lie detectors, mugs for the camera with a new hacker hairdo.

Photo by Apneet Jolly


A Defcon attendee gets a mohawk in the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) booth. The EFF offered $15 mohawks as a fundraiser.

Photo by Apneet Jolly


The world's longest mohawk gets a trim at the EFF booth.

Photo by Apneet Jolly




A beverage-cooling competition entry at Defcon.

Photo by Apneet Jolly


One of the challenges posed in the Capture the Flag hacking contest at Defcon, where teams of hackers show off their skills.

Photo by Apneet Jolly


Defcon's infamous Wall of Sheep, which posts users at the conference detected logging into email, websites, or other network services without the protection of encryption over wireless.

Photo by Apneet Jolly


Ukulele, mohawk, tattoos, and electrolytes - what more do you need at a Defcon session?

Photo by Apneet Jolly


Data recovery firm "GetBackMyPorn.com" advertises its mission of recovering anything and everything lost on your hard drive.

Photo by Apneet Jolly


"Vyrus" sporting his NVP (Narcissistic Vulnerability Pimp) necklace at Defcon.

Photo by Apneet Jolly


Microsoft gives away buttons promoting the spirit of cooperative vulnerability disclosure.

Photo by Apneet Jolly

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