The May 10th OWASP/ISSA meeting at Bletchley Park was a chance to discuss web security, but the bigger draw was visiting the home of British code-breaking during WWII. It was astonishing to realize how run down the buildings had become. The site’s long-held secrecy ensured disrepair and inattention that is still being remedied. Never the less, it’s one of the most rewarding 30-minute train trips you can take from London.
On a different note, here are the slides for my presentation on Graveyards & Zombies — observations on vulns that should have been quashed by good design, but continue to vex web security.