In Pictures: Quirkiest moments at 2012 Black Hat security conference

From half-naked booth reps to colorful robots, it wasn't all about security on the exhibit floor and around the conference

  • What's going on in Vegas this week at the Black Hat security conference isn't staying there in light of handy dandy cellphone cameras being everywhere ...

  • Just a robot out for a stroll at night in Las Vegas.

  • If you stop and listen to Lieberman Software, you could win a Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 Quadricoptor.

  • Do we win something for spotting the typo in Microsoft's booth?

  • Another RSA booth babe in full Las Vegas come-hither garb.

  • The Hacker Academy's good advice: "Improve Your Humans."

  • The McAfee booth featured a Lego-constructed scene depicting the company's network security products and global-threat intelligence, complete with ambulance, all put together by a certified Lego builder.

  • ForeScout's booth has what's maybe the best T-shirt.

  • The Blue Coat booth featured a botnet the company named "Shnakule," which could make the criminals running it pretty angry. Blue Coat says the name was computer-generated based on information found on the botnet servers. That figures.

  • The ESET booth offered you a chance to spin the wheel and win a T-shirt.

  • Lieberman Software booth takes FUD to a high level.

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