Important Update! The location has changed but the date remains the same from our last announcement (it is the first Thursday this month). Our usual spot is closed for renovations, so we will be returning to our old stomping grounds at Elsie’s! We won’t be in the front room near the entrance it sounds like, but rather in the back room in the dining area. Ask staff if you need directions. There is usually plenty of free parking, and the side road has curbside parking as well.
We will have two Hacker friendly games available for play.
– A competitive card game based on the CIA’s declassified training game: Collection Deck.
Get Loot (https://shop.hak5.org/products/get-loot)
– GET LOOT is a 3-5 player competitive hacking game where your goal is to exfiltrate (steal) loot while sabotaging your rivals with strategic crypto-locks and Hak5 themed cyber attacks!
Don’t forget to bring your lock pick sets! We will have a collection of practice locks to play with through out the evening.
Hey Hacker Fam
Our February Meeting is rolling up to you a week early – thanks hallmark holiday 🙁
On tap this month we have a topic that we can all relate to.
This week at DC612 we’re talking DOCUMENTATION! and what its really good for? Or more importantly, how do we feel about it?
(Most people) Don’t like it
(Most people) Don’t like to write it
(Most people) Don’t like to sift through it
Then again (Most people) Really don’t like when it’s not there
Then again (Most people) Really don’t like it when it’s there and it’s wrong
This Thursday, come on out for our speaker Eric. His talk will cover a history of documentation, reflections on why we document and ways we can do it better.
Hope to see all you there!
Hello hackers, and welcome to 2019!
To start the year off we will be hearing from @b_radmn about an OS command injection vulnerability he found in the Steam game client, affecting pretty much all Steam games on Windows. The talk will focus on the process of discovery, weaponization, and paths to exploitation. Time permitting he may get into the process of reporting the vulnerability.
See you all there!
Who has two thumbs, a sore throat, a newborn to take care of, and very little time to post details about this month’s meeting?
Josh More will be presenting this month. It’s his “job talk” which I assume has to do with his book, Breaking into Information Security. If that is the case, I would definitely recommend showing up if you are interested in starting (or advancing) your infosec career. And if that is not the case, show up anyway!
Keeping up with our Kubernetes theme from last month, @jsievert will… well, in his own words because I’m lazy:
Understanding the basics of Kubernetes and deploying your first service. I will be taking people through the fundamentals of Kubernetes, deploying a multi machine cluster, and delivering a reliable service using Minecraft as an example.