SANS Holiday Hack Fun @Elsie’s

Written by  on January 12, 2016

Hey Folks – We will be meeting at Elsie’s this Thursday!

This month Spenser will be walking us through the SANS Holiday Hack capture the flag event. These challenges are intended for all skill levels. Provided we don’t crash the wifi or some bring your own source of internet, following along online is encouraged! Kali x86 or other x86 linux virtual machine is suggested.


  • 6pm Doors
  • 6-6:30 Order food and beverages
  • 6:30-7:30 @c0mmiebstrd walks though SANS Holiday Hack

Get to know and crash your docker.

Written by  on December 9, 2015

Dc612 meeting at Elsie’s Thursday December 10 2015.


6pm Doors

6-6:30 Order food and beverages

6:30-7:15 Get to know and crash your docker- David Bryan

7:15-8:15 Open presentation (bring something to present – 5-10 min presentations)

DC612 Meeting Thur, March 12th 6pm @ Elsies

Written by  on March 10, 2015

Hey folks!

David Bryan is going to be giving a sneak peek of his research and presentation that he is doing at Thotcon this year on Credit Card skimming using a Raspberry Pi. If we have time, we might even try to do some wifi hacking from a new RPi2.

6:00PM-6:30PM Get in, get drinks and food ordered

6:30PM-7:30PM –  Credit Card Skimming using a Raspberry Pi.

Elsie’s Restaurant Bar and Bowling – Banquet room
729 MarshallStreet N.E.,
Minneapolis, MN 55413

Thursday November 13, 2014 – HackRF

Written by  on November 10, 2014

Wanna check out the HackRF project? David will do an interactive demo of gnu radio companion, and see what fun things we can decode from the air.

Maybe you got one, but haven’t had time to play with it.  Stop by and see what fun things we can do with a HackRF.

Location: Elsies Bar & Bowling Alley in Northeast Mpls (729 Marshall St NE)

Doors: 6pm.

Demo: 6:30.

612 Sides! May 13th 11am-3pm @Eagle Street

Written by  on May 12, 2014

Hey folks!

Final lineup for tomorrow’s 612 Sides event is:


11am-Noon – Captain Fury – Subverting Local Thick Client Controls

Noon-12:30pm – David Bryan – Responder & Me

12:30-1:00pm – Jay Jacobs – Hacking the human visual system

1-1:30pm – Spenser Reinhardt –  Teach Yourself Exploitation: A Framework of Vulnerable Code

1:30-2:30 – Karl Fosaaen & Eric Gruber – Building a GPU Cracking Rig (on the Cheap)

2:30-3pm – Darren Meyer – Creative Ways to Get In Trouble: Distractions and Vengeance

We might be a few minutes behind starting the first presentation, as they don’t open until 11am, but we will see.