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Blackhoodie @ HackLu 2019 - Call for Participation
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"I know what you've been doing. I know why you hardly sleep, why you live alone, and why night after night you sit at your computer." Trinity

Join us and share what keeps you awake at night. Red or blue, you are awesome!

You hacked something and you like it? So tell us and spread your ideas! We all want to do it too because it's fun, right?

It's that time of the year again! You can now be part of Blackhoodie and contribute with your ideas! Blackhoodie is calling all your beautiful minds to share and inspire all the ladies in the industry. We look forward to welcoming you at Blackhoodie @ Hack.Lu 2019, which takes places from the 19th and the 21st of October in this wonderful country, the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

The Blackhoodie's program committee wants YOU with your 'IDIFTL' hacking talks and unicorns. We like technical talks, "hack the system" talks, "I broke this thingy" talks, "I fixed this thing" talks and "hack me if you can" talks - "my Bitfi is unhackable" talk could also be fun...

And if a talk is not your thing, maybe a workshop can do the trick. Share, do and enjoy!

We are interested in many topics (including but not limited to): ofc reverse engineering, malware analysis, pentesting, exploitation, blue team, censorship, pwnage, privacy, phreaking, whatever you feel like. The Blackhoodie sisterhood is here to support and encourage you!

If you want to get a better idea what to expect, check our past edition agenda and don't hesitate to contact any of us.


You can read more about us at

Please fill in this form to suggest a workshop or a talk. All program suggestions should be submitted via this form by 20 of June 2019 11.59PM (GMT +1).

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