Security Superstars 2010: Researchers

Bill Hoffman first became famous when, as a student at Georgia Tech, he discovered a security flaw in the campus magnetic ID card system called "BuzzCard" and gave a talk about the security flaw at the Atlanta hacker conference "Interz0ne" in the fall of 2002. Hoffman authored the book Ajax Security and worked as a security researcher at Hewlett-Packard.

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