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Meeting :: First Meeting (1/19/2018)

About the Meeting Welcome back to [email protected]! To start the semester off, we will be answering the question “What could possibly go wrong?”, inspired by the popular interview question “What happens when you type ‘’ into your browser and hit enter?”. We will be examining approximately 20 of the possible attack vectors an adversary can… Read more »

Meeting :: Vector 37 (11/17/2017)

About the Meeting This week, Vector 35 will demonstrate how to use Binary Ninja, their reverse engineering platform, to solve a basic reversing challenge. They will then walk through solving a challenge or two from PwnAdventure 3, their hackable video game. This will be interactive, so bring your laptops if you want to hack a… Read more »

Meeting :: Video Game Reversing (11/3/2017)

About the Meeting This week, Levi makes reverse engineering actually useful as he shows how to write bots and trainers for video games such as Counter Strike. For tool time, Charlos will show how to use a tool called Cheat Engine to manipulate memory and cheat in games. Workshops: Workshops are canceled for this Sunday… Read more »

Meeting :: Android Reversing (10/27/2017)

About the Meeting Join us this week for an in-depth presentation by David on how to reverse engineer and modify Android apps and games! We will be covering many different tools and techniques that allow you to better understand how Android apps work, as well as change the way they function. During tool time, Moniker… Read more »

Meeting :: Physical Security and NFC (10/20/2017)

About the Meeting Channel your inner Thomas Crown this Friday with our talk on Practical Physical Security, presented by Levi. We’ll cover non-destructive entry, physical reconnaissance, security bypass, and more. During tool time, Jake will be covering NFC tips and tricks. We’ll talk about how NFC is used everywhere and some its interesting uses.  … Read more »

Meeting :: Cryptocurrencies (10/13/2017)

About the Meeting Andrew will be going over cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and general coin security. Cryptocurrencies are a set of decentralized digital currencies, and as with all things digital, they can be hacked! We will also be going over an introduction to Metasploit, a popular penetration testing software. Shirt designs: We’re still looking for the… Read more »

Meeting :: Nmap and ARP Spoofing (10/6/17)

About the Meeting Ever wondered what the guy in the hoodie was doing at the coffee shop? Well this meeting is for you! This Friday we will be covering Arp Spoofing, a technique that is used by attackers to manipulate the way traffic flows in a network. We will also be covering Nmap, a network… Read more »

Meeting :: Gadgets and Gizmos (9/29/17)

About the Meeting This week Levi will show how you can build your own inexpensive device that acts like a USB Rubber Ducky. This is a device that plugs into a USB port on a computer and pretends to be a keyboard. The device runs a program that inputs a sequence of key presses very… Read more »

Meeting :: Osquery (9/22/17)

About the Meeting This week Mark Ignacio, a [email protected] alumnus, and now a Security Engineer for Facebook’s Corporate Security team at Facebook Security, will be presenting on osquery and how it is used at Facebook. A few years ago, the Detection and Incident Response team at Facebook made osquery – an open source, multiplatform sensor… Read more »

Meeting :: CSAW Prelims (9/15/2017)

About the Meeting This week, instead of our regular content, we will be getting together to compete in the CSAW CTF preliminary round. This means that we will not be having any presentations this week, but we will still be meeting at HEC-125 at 4:30 PM as usual. Feel free to come participate, or just… Read more »