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Intro Session (9/2/2016)

About the Meeting Welcome back. This first week we will be covering what [email protected]’s all about, ethics, how to become a member, the different teams, and much, much more. Know what a bug bounty is? Want to get paid to find flaws in other people’s software? Ever wanted to learn how to pick a lock?… Read more »

Last Summer Session (8/20/2016)

About the Meeting We’ll be covering advanced SQLi techniques and defenses with Dr. Redwood. Bring your own laptop, a wifi connection, and a snack! Expect this workshop to last approximately 3 hours. Just waking up from your summer nap? We’re excited to welcome back our #hackerfam for the first meeting of the Fall semester on… Read more »

Fifth Summer Session (8/13/2016)

About the Meeting Join us this Saturday 8/13 for a hands on workshop that will cover the following topics using the Hack All The Things sandbox: Advanced testing for injections, enumerating valid syntax characters, inter-compatible testing keywords, in-band injections by append and error, and out-of-band enumeration by response comparison. Bring your own laptop, a wifi… Read more »

Fourth Summer Sessions (7/9/2016)

About the Meeting This workshop, brought to you by Hack All The Things, will be a hands-on tutorial on use-after-free exploitation targeting a classic CTF problem from PPP’s 2015 PlaidCTF “prodmanager” challenge. This challenge is hosted at: https://github.com/ctfs/write-ups-2015/tree/master/plaidctf-2015/pwnable/prodmanager To participate you will need to bring your own laptop and a Linux VM with the following… Read more »

Third Summer Session (6/25/2016)

About the Meeting We’re covering part II of the fundamentals of C and C++ vulnerabilities this Saturday, June 25th at 1:30pm in ENG2-102 (same room as the usual meeting). Heap bugs and format strings will be discussed. Several “spot the bug” exercises will be offered. Before this session: No tools or software are required to… Read more »

Second Summer Session (6/18/2016)

About the Meeting Owen is covering fundamentals of C and C++ vulnerabilities, which is the main prerequisite for our later workshops on modern binary exploitation. We will cover how to identify, exploit and fix buffer overflows, integer vulnerabilities, format string vulnerabilities, heap vulnerabilities like use after free and heap buffer overflows. Several “spot the bug”… Read more »

Summer Session (6/4/16)

About the Meeting Join us for our first workshop of the summer with Owen Redwood, co-founder of Hack All The Things, this Saturday at 1:30pm. He’s going to introduce offensive security topics, discuss the landscape of cybersecurity issues relevant to industry/CTF challenges, and present the curriculum for the rest of the summer sessions. We’re working… Read more »

Network Testing (4/22/16)

About the Meeting This week, we’ll be using all sorts of things from Kali Linux to pentest a network, so having an updated Kali VM might be handy if you want to follow along and do some exploitation yourself!

Locks and Votes (4/15/2016)

About the Meeting This week, don’t miss Jericho covering lock picking and making shims. We’re going to bring locks to practice on during the meeting so be sure to come out to increase your lock picking skills. Lastly, [email protected] has been invited to join the Electronic Frontier Alliance (EFA) which is a grassroots network formed… Read more »

Mega Meeting (4/8/16)

About the Meeting This week we team up with TechKnights to present an evening of auditing code. We’re teaching some of the pitfalls of writing code showing examples of epic security failures using code the presenters have personally written. We’ll try to cover the whole gauntlet of both low hanging fruit and less obvious facepalms.