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Hacks in Taiwan (HITCON) is one of the largest cyber security conference in Taiwan. There are a lot of information security researchers with very professional expertise and experience in Taiwan. Before Hacks in Taiwan, there’s no chance to gather them. So CHROOT had the idea to hold an annual conference for all people who are interested in security and hacking. They provide a stage for all hackers to share their newest and exciting findings, to talk without worries, to exchange experience face to face.
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