Nov 13, 2012

A mea culpa ... video ain't easy.

It feels like it's 2011 again :-)

Last year we learned that streaming and recording an event like BruCON (or any conference) is not an easy feat. As we didn't want to lose another year of awesome BruCON talks, we did everything we could to ensure high quality recordings and we have them ... but they're not ready for publication yet.  In an effort to bring them to you as fast as possible, the cutting of the video wasn't done as good as it could have been and (more importantly) there are not enough keyframes in the final video files.

All of this means that the talks don't always begin at the beginning or end at the end. Moreover the sound gets out of sync very quickly too.  The combination of both issues forces us to redo the whole editing effort.

You can rest assured that we do have the content and we're doing everything we can to bring it to you as soon as possible but at this moment, we can not fix ourselves to a date.

This is another year of learning for us and we're honest to admit that A/V is probably one of our weakest points ... Knowing this, we're already putting everything into place to improve on this in 2013.

We are not Derbycon (Adrian, how do you do it?) but the least we can do is capture our awesome content for posterity.

Oct 3, 2012

Announcing BruCON 5by5

It isn't a secret that next year, in 2013, BruCON will have it's 5th and celebratory edition. Every single year our crew and volunteers give everything to create an event that attracts both the IT professionals but also the 'hackers' and provides an open forum to exchange ideas. 

BruCON, as a non-profit organization, is embedded in a community that is build on breakers and makers alike and dedicated to its success. For this we have created and announced 5by5.

For 2012, we have allocated a budget of € 25.000 to 5by5 and we have documented everything about the project here : 5by5 project brief

We're looking forward to support at least 5 projects with a maximum budget of € 5.000 per project.

In short : we are looking at the creative minds of the world to come up with projects that benefit our global community. We specifically don't want to limit the subject your research or project can be about, as long as it is creative and has some kind of purpose we're happy to take a look at it.

The goal of this initiative is to support independent research and creativity in the community. We would be particularly happy if some of the supported projects grow to maturity in the next 12 months and can be presented at BruCON 2013 but that isn't the primary target.

For now, please start submitting your projects to 5by5-at-brucon-dot-org !!

HINT-HINT: BruCON is looking for an electronic or otherwise kick-ass badge for our 2013 edition. If you have this badge idea that you knows rocks like Led Zeppelin but you were never able to create, you know what to do now !!

Sep 30, 2012

after #brucon is before #brucon

I think @er4z0r is 100% right with that quote :-)

Let me first take this opportunity to thank you, our audience, to make BruCON 0x04 what it turned out to be : AWESOME!

Of course we do our best to bring the finest of infosec to Belgium to share knowledge and spur discussion. Our volunteers go on a minimum sleep diet months before the conference and give everything they have to make your conference enjoyable. In the end it is you, our attendees, that come out in large numbers with open minds, ready to discuss a variety of topics and share your expertise. This is what gives BruCON the unique atmosphere of being among friends (if not family) for two days straight. We can't be more thankful for that. It's also our honor to dedicate € 25.000 to the ideas and projects that will solve tomorrows infosec challenges through our 5by5 initiative. BruCON is a conference by the community for the community. We will announce details about 5by5 by the middle of next week!

Yes, we too were scared of the impact of moving the conference to Ghent. It turned out that the awesome vibe of the city fitted our conference well and I don't think it is a surprise that we decided to stay put for the foreseeable future.

As we are now looking forward to the 0x05 edition, we realize that this will be a special anniversary edition. It shouldn't be a surprise that we are already planning today :-)

The details for our 2013 edition are :

Location : Ghent
Training dates : September 24th and 25th
Conference dates : September 26th and 27th

Yes, there will be some surprises to be announced in the coming weeks and months so stay tuned and get ready to turn it up a notch for BruCON 0x05 : the anniversary edition !

Sep 22, 2012

BruCON 0x04 Party on Wednesday @ 22h in Sioux Café

You didn't think we would miss the opportunity to organize a party again this year, did you?

Turn up the volume!

On Wednesday evenening 26 September, day 0 of BruCON 0x04, the party takes off at 22h at Sioux Café.

DJ lineup:
Joernchen of Phenoelit (checkout
Keith Myers (checkout
Mumpi of Phenoelit (checkout
Astera of Phenoelit (checkout

Address: Platteberg 8, Ghent

Thanks to our Party Sponsors:

Doors open as of 22h
Entrance is free

BruCON team

REBOOT movie Sneak Preview

Your world is about to be reset

On Tuesday 25 September, Day -1 before BruCON 0x04, there is an exclusive Sneak Preview of the movie Reboot followed by Q&A with director Joe Kawasaki at the Monasterium, Oude Houtlei 56 - 9000 Ghent (Belgium)

Check out the interview with Joe Kawasaki and Sidney Sherman on Daily Dead

Details are available on
Doors open as of 19h.
Entrance is free

BruCON team

Sep 19, 2012

BruCON 0x04 is sold out

Less than a few days to go for the 2012 edition!

At this moment, ticket sales are  at 100% of the maximum capacity so we are sold out. We won't be selling anymore tickets at the door, just to ensure a safe and pleasant environment.

On a side note, this year a t-shirt design was submitted from down under (Australia) by Kathryn Sawyer and this t-shirt will be for sale only during the conference in different sizes at democratic prices. Here is a preview by one of our male models ;-)

Last but not least, BruCON also welcomes three new organizations as sponsors and thanks them for their support to make edition 2012 our best ever.

Jun 21, 2012

BruCON 2012 Training details and registration

We have published more details of our fantastic line-up of BruCON trainers online.
Immerse yourself into the world of pen testing and application security by attending the 2-day BruCON 2012 Training.
Offering 9 world-class, deep-dive technical trainings given by the most recognized experts with huge industry experience in their domain!
  • Metasploit for Penetration Testing by Georgia Weidman
  • Cyberwar: techniques and tactics of APT's in Penetration Tests by Joe McCray
  • Corelan Live! by Peter Van Eeckhoutte
  • Visual Analytics: Delivering Actionable Security Intelligence by Raffael Marty
  • Hacking IPv6 Network by Fernando Gont
  • Red Team Testing by Ian Amit and Chris Nickerson
  • Assessing and Exploiting Web Applications with Samurai-WTF by Raul Siles
  • Elite Web Application Defense by Eoin Keary and Jim Manico
  • Advanced Wi-Fi Penetration Testing and Hacking by Vivek Ramachandran
The training will be given on Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 September in the oasis of a medieval cloister The MonasteriumGhent (Belgium)
The price for the 2-day training is 1045 Euro (+ VAT) per attendee including catering.
Registration and details at
Don't forget to also register for the BruCON conference days on 26 and 27 September, in Ghent.
The list of keynotes, talks and workshops is available online.
Looking forward to see you,
Kind regards,
BruCON Crew
"The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay." - Henry Ford

May 30, 2012

Last day of BruCON early bird conference and training tickets


Just a heads up that early bird pricing is valid until 31st of May 2012 midnight CET.
  • Save € 60 on Basic Tickets
  • Save € 100 on Business Tickets
  • Save € 100 on Training Tickets
And use your savings to buy us a beer at BruCON :-)

Details and registration:



May 23, 2012

Content for Brucon 0x04 aka BruCON 2012

Hello Friends,

Recently we received some questions (again) about the move to Ghent and if that would mean that BruCON would change it's name. That is certainly not the case. We could have avoided this by moving to Bruges (pretty city, a little far away from the airport) or even Brussegem (don't ask ;-)). The choice for Ghent was a concious one, based on budget and general feedback from our attendees.  It makes sense that  , in the US, you don't move NYcon to San Francisco, but in a country as small as Belgium and as a non-profit organisation we believe we can have our con in another city without compromising the 'brand'. We're pretty sure you agree with us :-)

Today, we're ready to announce our (almost) full list of talks and workshops !! We believe the CFP team did a tremendous job at scoring all the talks and we can assure you choices were tough this year.  Here goes :

Ed Skoudis - founder and senior security consultant with InGuardians
Katie Moussouris - Lead Security Community Outreach and Strategy team at Microsoft

Georgia Weidman - Introducing the Smartphone Penetration Testing Framework
Robert McArdle - HTML5 - A Whole New Attack Vector
Raul Siles - Security of National eID (smartcard-based) Web Applications
Andreas Bogk - Herding RATs
Josh Corman and Jericho - Anonymous: Implications and Inevitabilities of a Global Hacktivism Movement
Allison Miller - A Million Mousetraps: Using Big Data and Little Loops to Build Better Defenses
Mathy Vanhoef - New flaws in WPA-TKIP
Martin Gallo - Uncovering SAP vulnerabilities: dissecting and breaking the Diag protocol
Fernando Gont - Recent Advances in IPv6 Security
Gregory Pickett - pMap, the silent killer
Carlos Garcia - How I met your pointer (Hijacking client software for fuzz and profit)
Paul Marsh - Satellite Hacking
Chris Nickerson - Tactical Surveillance : Look at me now!
Mickey Shkatov - we have you by the gadgets
int0x80 (of Dual Core) - Moar Anti-Forensics for the Louise
(one final talk to be confirmed !!)

Didier Stevens - Windows x64: The Essentials
Kyle 'Kos' Osborn & Krzystof Kotowicz - Advanced Chrome Extension Exploitation
Michael Sikorski & William Ballenthin - Clearing the Red Forest
Abraham Aranguren - Introducing OWTF
Biosshadow, Matt Erasmus, Benson - The PANIC Project
Vivek Ramachandran - Hacking with Python
Joernchen, Astera & Mumpi - DJ Workshop
(some more workshops to be confirmed !!)

Remember : there's one week of early bird registration left !!
And last but not least : register for training here !

May 14, 2012

First BruCON 0x04 volunteer meeting on 24-May in Ghent

We are gearing up towards BruCON 0x04, which will take place in Ghent this year.

Join us for the first volunteer meeting on May 24 in Ghent!

Timing is:
17:00 at the Aula to recon the venue
18:00 at Patrick Foleys for the meetup
19:30 at Patrick Foleys for dinner afterwards

Address Aula: Voldersstraat 9, 9000 Gent
Address Patrick Foleys: Recolettenlei 10, 9000 Gent

Please indicate when you come on doodle to adjust our reservation for dinner: ?

PS: if you where a registered volunteer in 2011, BruCON will cover your dinner.

See you there,

Kind regards,


Apr 13, 2012

Getting around in Ghent!

As you all start registering and looking for places to stay, we have created this Google Map to give you a good overview of import locations. The red pin is the conference location, the red bed the conference hotel. The blue pin is the train station, where you will probably arrive if you come from far away and the yellow pins are hotels in the vincinity of the conference locations !

Have fun! see you in September !!

View Brucon 2012 in a larger map

Apr 12, 2012

Registrations are open

Oh boy, have the past few weeks been a rollercoaster ride.  Putting up a registration engine for a conference is one thing, putting up one that you know will be scrutinized by the very public it is intended for is a completely different ballgame :-) I can tell you that Seba, Xavier and a few other people on the crew have pulled their weight and made it happen.  A special shout out should go out to the people at StratSec who have generously offered to put our precious registration site to the test by bashing it like an APT going full ninja on a springroll. And with that, it is LIVE :
We are obviously also proud to announce the first talks and workshops for BruCON 2012 and we're pretty sure that, while the proof is in the pudding, it looks tasty already :

  • Georgia Weidman - Introducing the Smartphone Penetration Testing Framework
  • Robert McArdle -  HTML5 - A Whole New Attack Vector
  • Raul Siles - Security of National eID (smartcard-based) Web Applications
  • Andreas Bogk - Herding RATs
  • Josh Corman and Jericho - Anonymous: Implications and Inevitabilities of a Global Hacktivism Movement
  • (there is a sixth talk selected but the speaker is in the process of making sure her agenda is aligned)


  • Didier Stevens - Windows x64: The Essentials
  • Advanced Chrome Extension Exploitation - Kyle 'Kos' Osborn & Krzystof Kotowicz
  • Michael Sikorski & William Ballenthin - Clearing the Red Forest
  • Abraham Aranguren - Introducing OWTF
Here's the ticket options we have lined up for you :

Ticket options

Basic ticket (no invoice):
  • Until 31th of May: 100 Euro (limited to 100 seats)
  • Starting 1th of June or after 100 tickets: 160 Euro
  • Student tickets are 50 Euro. You will have to show a valid Student ID at the registration desk on September 26th.
Basic tickets includes VAT but no invoice.
Business ticket:
  • Until 31th of May: 275 Euro
  • Starting 1th of June: 375 Euro

Registration for training
Training, we have training to and you can register for those through the same site ! Here's the list of trainings lined up for you : 
  • Metasploit for Penetration Testing by Georgia Weidman
  • Cyberwar: using the techniques and tactics of APT's in Penetration Tests by Joe McCray
  • Corelan Live! by Peter Van Eeckhoutte
  • Visual Analytics - Delivering Actionable Security Intelligence by Raffael Marty
  • Hacking IPv6 Network by Fernando Gont
  • Red Team Testing by Ian Amit and Chris Nickerson
  • Assessing and Exploiting Web Applications with Samurai-WTF by Raul Siles
more details about the various trainings can be found here :

The price for the 2 day courses is 945 Euro early bird (+ VAT) per attendee. After 1st of June this will become 1045 Euro (+ VAT) per attendee.

Mar 26, 2012

Our first winners announced.

Hello BruCONneers,

a few weeks ago in preparation for our training schedule for September, we launched a short questionnaire so we could better understand you as an attendee. Just to make sure that we find the best trainings in the areas that you value most.

From the submitters, three people were randomly selected and receive a free BruCON 2012 conference ticket. These people are :

  • Tim Dams from Belgium
  • Tahir S from Australia
  • VB from Belgium
We're looking forward to having them and all of you over for another BruCON edition.

While we're at it, in the coming days we will announce the final list of trainings for BruCON 2012, our unreasonably crazy party AND the date on which tickets will go on sale ! We live in exciting times ...

Mar 19, 2012

Official Announcement: BruCON keynotes

I am proud and excited to officially announce our two keynote speakers for BruCON 2012.  Truth be told we've had some quite exciting names join us in the past 3 years and that doesn't make it any easier to find persons of the same calibre to jiggle our brains. We aren't necessarily looking for big names but rather for people who know what they are talking about and people that we trust in engaging and entertaining our audience.

Without further adue, may I introduce you to ... the BruCON 2012 Keynote Speakers !

Ed Skoudis

Ed Skoudis is a founder and senior security consultant with InGuardians and the founder of Counter Hack Challenges, a company that creates Capture the Flag challenges for professionals, college students, and high school kids.  Ed's expertise includes hacker attacks and defenses, the information security industry, and computer privacy issues, with over fifteen years of penetration testing and incident response experience and the scars to show for it. Ed authored and regularly teaches the SANS courses on network penetration testing (Security 560) and incident response (Security 504).  Ed has conducted exhaustive anti-virus, anti-spyware, Virtual Machine, and IPS research; and responded to computer attacks for clients in financial, high technology, healthcare, and other industries.

Ed conducted a demonstration of hacker techniques against financial institutions for the United States Senate and is a frequent speaker on issues associated with hacker tools and defenses. He has published numerous articles on these topics as well as the best selling books Counter Hack Reloaded and Malware: Fighting Malicious Code. Ed was also awarded 2004-2012 Microsoft MVP awards for Windows Server Security and is an alumnus of the Honeynet Project. Previous to InGuardians and CHC, Ed served as a security consultant with International Network Services (INS), Global Integrity, Predictive Systems, SAIC, and Bell Communications Research (Bellcore). Ed also blogs about command line tips.

Katie Moussouris

Katie Moussouris leads the Security Community Outreach and Strategy team at Microsoft. Her team’s work encompasses industry-leading programs such as Microsoft's BlueHat Prize ( the industry's first and largest prize for defensive security research), the BlueHat conference, security researcher outreach, and Microsoft's Vulnerability Disclosure Policies. Ms. Moussouris also founded and runs Microsoft Vulnerability Research, which is responsible for Microsoft’s research and reporting of vulnerabilities in 3rd party software. Ms. Moussouris recently was voted the editor of a new draft ISO standard on Vulnerability Handling Processes, following her work over the past 4 years as the lead expert in the US National Body on an ISO draft standard on Vulnerability Disclosure.

Prior to working for Microsoft, Katie Moussouris was an application penetration tester for several Fortune 500 companies, as a senior security architect for @stake when it was acquired by Symantec. At Symantec, Ms. Moussouris founded and ran Symantec Vulnerability Research.

Ms. Moussouris has spoken at several security conferences including BlackHat AbuDhabi 2011, BlackHat USA 2011, 2010, and 2008, Hack In The Box Amsterdam 2011, GOVCERT.NL 2010, RSA2012, RSA2011, and RSA2010, SOURCEBoston, Shmoocon, Toorcon Seattle, and she was a keynote speaker at ShakaCon in June 2008. Katie Moussouris is the recipient of the 2011 CSO Magazine and Executive Women's Forum Women of Influence Award in the category of One to Watch. 

Watch this space for more exciting announcements in the next few weeks !! BruCON 2012 is going to be awesome.

Mar 12, 2012

Brucon and Derbycon ... we're still friends :-)

Lately, there's been a quite some chatter on the twitterverse about an apparent conflict in dates between BruCON and Derbycon.

BruCON training is held on the 24th and 25th of September, the conference itself is held on the 26th and 27th.  Derbycon has training on the 27th and the conference itself is from the 28th to the 30th of September. We're on two different continents but we would agree that two kick-ass conferences so close to eachother would be a little too much for the weak of heart :-)

From the early planning stages, the Derbycon and BruCON teams have been in touch to make sure the conference dates didn't fully collide and we're happy to have achieved that.  We believe (or believed?) that the number of people who'd be lucky enough to be able to attend both trainings and conferences on different continents in the same month would be very, very limited and as such not a lot of agenda conflicts would arise.

To organize a conference there's a lot of details that need to fall in the right place, training locations, conference venues, volunteers, sponsor agendas, speakers, etc... some of those don't leave you a lot of flexibility to move around and accomodate everybody's wishes. Given that we're totally supportive of Derbycon and the huggable crew running it, we can only say that we'll work even harder to avoid to be too close to eachother.

For those looking at attending both, there are flights leaving Brussels on the morning of the 28th that will get you in Louisville around 2.30pm where Dave and the crew should be waiting with open arms to welcome you to Derbycon!

Jan 31, 2012

We require your feedback

Hey BruCON people, here's a short blogpost to launch a survey requesting your feedback on training opportunities at BrUCON. This year we want to be even more aware of your education needs so we can try whatever we can to attract knowledgeable speakers with the ability to share her knowlege with you as a student.

Please take a few minutes to provide your feedback here :

One person who has completed the review will receive a BruCON ticket that provides access to the event for the two whole days.

Thanks in advance,
Kind Regards

Thr BruCON tramç

Jan 22, 2012

The CFP/CFT is open ... start submitting your talks now!

*** this is a combined Call For Papers/Call For Training ***
Brussels, Belgium -- This is the call for papers (CFP) and participation for the 4th edition of BruCON, a 2-day Security and Hacking Conference full of interesting presentations, workshops and security challenges. BruCON is an open-minded gathering of people discussing computer security, privacy, and information technology. The conference tries to create bridges between the various actors active in computer security world including (but not limited to) hackers, security professionals, security communities, non-profit organizations, CERTs, students, law enforcement agencies,etc. The conference will be held in Ghent
on the 26th and 27th of September 2012. 2-day trainings will be offered in Ghent on September 24th and 25th of September 2012.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to :
* Electronic/Digital Privacy
* Wireless Network and Security
* Attacks on Information Systems and/or Digital Information Storage
* Web Application and Web Services Security
* Lockpicking & physical security
* Honeypots/Honeynets
* Spyware, Phishing and Botnets (Distributed attacks)
* Hardware hacking, embedded systems and other electronic devices
* Mobile devices exploitation, Symbian, P2K and bluetooth technologies
* Electronic Voting
* Free Software and Security
* Legal and Social Aspect of Information Security
* Software Engineering and Security
* Security in Information Retrieval
* Security aspects in SCADA, industrial environments and "obscure" networks
* Forensics and Anti-Forensics
* Mobile communications security and vulnerabilities
* Information warfare and industrial espionage
* Social Engineering
* Virtualisation Security
* ...

Submission Guideline (for standard paper track)

Because we believe it's important to have an independent review of CFP submissions we have composed this committee of experienced people who represent different aspects of the information security community. This committee consists of :

- Wim Remes (BruCON co-organizer)
- Filip Waeytens (BruCON co-organizer)
- Meredith Patterson
- Ian Amit
- David Kennedy
- Steve Tornio
- The Grugq
- Craig Balding

This team will review and rate all submissions. The result will be communicated to each person who submitted a talk as soon as we have a final decision and before April 30th.

Submissions will contain as much detail as possible and will be written in English.

Your submission will contain at least the following details:
  • Your name
  • Where do you live (country)
  • a brief biography
  • Type [presentation|2-day training|2h workshop|4h workshop]
  • The title of your presentation/training/workshop
  • A description of your presentation/training/workshop
  • An abstract of your presentation/training/workshop
  • Explain why your submission is relevant for the BruCON audience.
Additionally you are encouraged to include, in plain text or PDF format, supporting materials such as slidedecks, white papers, curriculums, prerequisites for training/workshop, ...

Criteria for non-acceptance
  1. product or vendor related pitches are not accepted.
  2. Submissions by 3rd parties (not the speaker himself) are not accepted.
  3. Talks that don't include the details described above are not accepted.
BruCON conference including the information on the public website. We do not accept product or vendor related pitches. If your presentation involves an advertisement for a new product or service your company is offering, please do not submit. Also, we do not accept presentations submitted by a third party including (but not limited to) company representatives, management bureau's, etc. BruCON presentations should be focused on topics that are of interest to security and technology professionals who are paying attention to current trends and issues. We want BruCON to be educational and entertaining to the attendees and the community.

Submission : no later than March 15th 2012
Notification : April 30th at the latest
Confirmation of attendance : no later than June 30th 2012

Important information
If you are accepted as a speaker at BruCON 2012, we will :
- cover accomodation during the duration of the conference.
- assist in travel expenses where and if necessary (*).
- invite you to the speaker dinner.

* we have covered travel expenses for all of our speakers on all previous editions and will continue to do so. We just don't want someone to misunderstand that this means we'll cover a first class flight from halfway around the world. Our speaker coordinator will be in touch as soon as your talk has been selected to make sure all details are discussed and agreed upon.

Jan 10, 2012

BruCON 2012 ... it's on !

3,2,1 ... BruCON 2012 is a go! 

In the past few months, after a few weeks of rest, we've looked back, learned some lessons and listened to your feedback. One of the most gratifying things about organizing a conference is that the attendees tell us that they had a good time, learned a lot, made friends and overall enjoyed our event. We want to take this opportunity to thank everyone that supported BruCON since it's inception in 2009. The event would not exist without you!

And now we're here, happy that the Mayans allow us to organize yet another epic information security event in Belgium. So here are the details :

Training : September 24th and 25th
Conference : September 26th and 27th

University of Ghent
Voldersstraat 9
9000 Ghent

Yes, you've read that right. BruCON 2012 will not be held in Brussels. We've had long discussions about this change and all opinions have been heard. Everybody remembers that we had our event in 2009 and 2010 at the Belgacom Surfhouse in Evere. This was an awesome location but in 2011, it was no longer available so we had to find another location. The VUB Campus was a good location but it also had some down-sides. It wasn't perfect. BruCON being a not-for-profit organisation and Brussels being the 'Capital of Europe' it turned out to be very difficult to find a location that could accomodate an audience of ca. 400 people with affordable catering and room for workshops. That's where we started to think that Brussels wasn't the only city in Belgium that could host BruCON and that the conference was more about the atmosphere, the collaboration and the state of mind than it was about the city it was held in. After scouting some of the possible locations, we settled for Ghent and that's where BruCON 2012 will take place. 

In the coming days we will announce our Call For Training, Call For Papers and a lot of other details that we need to share with you. For now, we are excited to kick off another BruCON year! We're all looking forward to seeing you in Ghent later this year! 

Jan 8, 2012

Before we start our preparations for 2012 ...

Hello BruCON people!

Before we kick start living towards a new installment of Brucon 2012 we have an apology to make.

All volunteers contributing to the conference are doing their utmost to make everything work and from the feedback we received we haven't fumbled in 99% of what makes the event one of your favorite conferences in Europe. However, this year, we feel we have let you down on one specific point : the recordings and publication of our talks.

Due to technical difficulties we didn't prepare for we were unable to recover a great part of the recordings and thus are not able to share them with a wider audience.

What we were able to recover is available at . We know it is not a lot and we sincerely apologize for this.

That said, we will do everything we can to prevent this from happening ever again by reviewing our setup and preparing for as many scenario's as possible. If you have particular experience in this area and feel you are able to help us out, we're open to your suggestions and happy to hear from you at info 0x40 !