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Meeting :: Real World Bug Hunting (11/22/2019)

This week at our final meeting of the Fall semester, 2017-2018 [email protected] President Kevin Colley will be going over some of his experiences in real world security research. He will be going over some specific techniques such as fuzzing, static analysis, and code auditing. During tool time, Kevin will be going over CodeQL, a tool… Read more »

Meeting :: Intro to Memory Forensics (11/15/2019)

Join us this Friday (11/15) in the College of Sciences Building Room 101 (CSB-101) at 4:30, where we will be going over an Introduction to Memory Forensics by Michael Ibeh. Come learn about how to discover and understand the artifacts that can be found in your computer’s memory. We will also have a ToolTime on… Read more »

Meeting :: Testing and Assurance (11/8/2019)

Have you ever wondered how projects with 100% testing coverage still have bugs? Join us this Friday (11/8) in the College of Sciences Building Room 101 (CSB-101) at 4:30, where we will go beyond 100% coverage, identifying the ideal use-cases for unit and integration testing, and explore complimentary testing methods such as fuzzing, property testing,… Read more »

Meeting :: Software Defined Radio (11/1/2019)

Join us this Friday (11/1) in the College of Sciences Building Room 101 (CSB-101) at 4:30, where UCF ARC will be presenting on Software Defined Radio (SDR) and its applicationsĀ to security. Slides: here

Meeting :: Attacking Golang (10/25/2019)

Come join us this Friday (10/25) in the College of Sciences Building Room 101 (CSB-101) at 4:30, where Bobby Tonic from Trail of Bits will be presenting on the Go programming language. Go boasts the versatility of python and the runtime efficiency of C, all with built-in concurrency! [email protected] Slides: here

Meeting :: ICR (10/18/2019)

Come join us this Friday (10/18) in the College of Sciences Building Room 101 (CSB-101) at 4:30, where Chris Eagle from ICR will be presenting on CTFs, IDA, and Reverse Engineering. Chris literally wrote the book on IDA (a popular reverse engineering software). Slides: here

Meeting :: Python With Peyton (10/11/2019)

This week, Peyton talked about python in security and what problems you could solve using python, Sara F. presented current events, and Sarah S. presented a tool time on making a bootable linux USB Here are the slides: Here Here is [email protected]’s slides: Here

Meeting :: Web App Penetration Testing (10/4/2019)

This week, Scott from Synopsys came to present on Web App Penetration Testing. His talk contained information about the organizational steps involved in completing a successful engagement as well as advice for [email protected] students. Peyton presented on BurpSuite and Sara S. and Sarah F. presented current events. Link to the slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1L6xy4JrsR6SbEIRrMcMYTIHhULLp_mhPKLdnhoB9l-M/edit?usp=sharing Link to Scott’s… Read more »

Meeting :: Introduction to Penetration Testing (9/27/2019)

This week, Raul presented an introduction to Penetration Testing, Torres presented on current events, and Michael presented an introduction to the tool NMAP. Here are the slides: SLIDES Here’s the link to some good documentation on how to use NMAP: https://hackertarget.com/nmap-cheatsheet-a-quick-reference-guide/

Meeting :: Students in Security Panel (9/20/2019)

This week, we held a panel of cybersecurity students to introduce our membership to a more diverse set of individuals to ask questions to. Many of the questions asked were those many had asked other individuals in the club before. Questions ranging from “Which text editor do you use” to “How did you get the… Read more »