August 17, 2010 | By Kurt Opsahl

Less Than 24 Hours Left on EFF's DEFCON Auctions

EFF's auction of DEF CON 18 history is almost at a close. The historic and fully functional DEF CON Comedy Jam III FAIL Panel Waffle Iron, signed by the panel members, is a steal, with the latest bid only $66.00. The limited edition D(EFF)CON 18 "Things to Hack" UV/Glow-In-The-Dark T-Shirt (3XL) is your opportunity to get a wearable piece of history.

An auction for a Ninja Boss Badge just closed (raising over $1,000 for EFF), but there is still one opportunity left: The unique Ninja Networks EFF Quest Badge, a master Badge which gives the Mark of the Defender, worth a 10% increase to other Ninja Badges' defensive skills.

Finally, the Limited Edition Signed DEF CON Skateboard Deck will complement any decor. Not only is this skateboard deck signed by a veritable who's who of hackers, but it can exploit a known hole in many cryptographic systems and is fully extensible.

Note: The DEFCON skateboard deck bat'leth functionality is not currently implemented. While it is designed to change color when placed in the presence of an unbreakable cryptosystem, we have been unable to confirm this through testing.


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