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About the Meeting Join us this Friday (4/5) for a primer on Binary Exploitation. We’ll be exploiting minor flaws to gain control over programs, including real world examples. In addition, this week David will go over Pwntools, a CTF framework and exploit development library written in Python. Here are the slides: LINK Here are Dan’s… Read more »
About the Meeting Join us this week (3/29), for a presentation on Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), by Michael Ibeh. Tools such as Shodan will be showcased, as well as Google Tips. Tool Time will be presented on Recon-ng. Here are the slides: LINK
About the Meeting Join us this week for a presentation by Paul Sanders from @Mandiant featuring topics such as a day in the life of a security professional, and what to keep in mind from your transition as intern to full time employee. Tool Time will feature Ghidra, a new reverse engineering tool. Here are… Read more »
About the Meeting Join us this week (3/8), to explore TLS/SSL vulnerabilities such as the POODLE exploit, a padding oracle attack combined with a downgrade attack. Tool Time will be presented on SSL Labs: a tool by Qualys, used to analyze domains for vulnerabilities and misconfigurations. Here are the slides: LINK
About the Meeting Join us this week (3/1), for a presentation by Jordan Wiens, Co-Founder of @vector_35. The presentation will showcase Binary Ninja, as well as the creation of Pwn Adventures Sourcery. As usual the meeting will be held in BA1-119 at 4:30 PM. Useful Links sourcery.pwnadventure.com binary.ninja github.com/vector35 Here are the slides: LINK
About the Meeting Join us this week (2/22) for a presentation on practical cryptography, covering everything you need to know about how HTTPS, VPNs, and more by Alex and Charlton. Sydney will present Tool Time on Cyber Chef: the Cyber Swiss Army Knife with over 200 useful operations. Here are the slides: LINK
About the Meeting This Friday (2/15), Kevin will share how to hack games on iOS using techniques such as save file editing and dynamic code injection. Tool Time will be on 010 Editor: a hex and text file editor and analyzer. The meeting will be held in BA1-119 at 4:30 PM. Here are the slides:… Read more »
About the Meeting Have you ever stayed up late at night thinking about the work that goes into making sure Olive Garden’s delicious bread sticks are safe? If so, join us this week (2/1), for a presentation from Darden security engineers. We will also have a tool time from David on Network Miner. Here are… Read more »
About the Meeting Ever wanted to know what it takes to start a career in Cyber Security? Join us this Friday, at 4:30 PM, in BA1 119, for our Careers in Cyber Security Panel. Ask our industry professionals anything from how to get started, to what skills are currently in demand, or even “#Crypto”? Here… Read more »
About the Meeting FireEye will be presenting on the “Anatomy of an attack – It’s a ‘who’ not a ‘what’.” This presentation will take you through a typical Red Team Engagement and demonstrate why penetration testing may not provide an accurate representation of a sophisticated threat actor. See the slides here.