Do you “Hack Naked”? Want to tell the world that you do? Most people ask me “Why Hack Naked?”, to which I respond “Why not?”. This year at Defcon, and select other conferences such as Derbycon, we will have for sale all brand new “Hack Naked” gear.
All the designs are freshly updated, including some awesome ideas from the PaulDotCom crew (special thanks to Larry Pesce for his creativity and hard work with all the artwork):

Keep Calm and Hack Naked

Here’s a sign you’re getting old: I didn’t get it at first. Then, once Larry explained it to me, it made sense. Now, I see all the “young folks” wearing “keep calm” themed shirts. I wore one of our new shirts when I went to a store, and got two compliments from younger folk working behind the counter. So, check out our latest design available in black and red from sizes M-XXL:

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We also are sporting a new “Hack Naked” T-shirt design:

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Since we always get the question “What is Hack Naked?” the back on both shirts above looks like this:

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We also have brand new ladies sleepwear, in both pink and white lettering. They make a great gift for that special lady, or just to lounge in when you want to feel pretty:

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And we are sporting all new Post-Exploitation Clean-up Towels featuring the “Hack Naked” logo, for all of your post-exploitation clean-up needs:

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Finally we brought back the giant bumper stickers! These bad boys are 10″ x 3″:

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We will also have toddler Hack Naked shirts (2T, 3T and 4T sizes), baseball jerseys and a very special guest at the table, I guess you could call it a “booth babe”.
Come by our table at Defcon for special deals, all shirts will be $10 and you get two shirts for $15 (excluding XXL sizes).

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Paul Asadoorian is the Founder & CEO of Security Weekly, where the flagship show recently re-titled "Paul's Security Weekly" has been airing for over 8 years. By day he is the Product Evangelist for Tenable Network Security. Paul produces and hosts the various shows here at Security Weekly, all dedicated to providing the latest security news, interviews with the industries finest and technical how-to segments. Paul is also the founder and host of "The Stogie Geeks Show", featuring cigar reviews for cigar enthusiasts.