[+] The Aim
The idea; a get together to share ideas, knowledge and war stories from within the IT Security industry with the overall aim of creating a local group for like minded individuals to meet on a regular basis.
In each meeting we aim to have 2 – 3 presentations lasting for 30 – 45 mins each in which anything and everything can be discussed, i.e. application, infrastructure, mobile, software and hardware security to mention a few topics. We also aim to occasionally host Capture the Flag events and Workshops during the meets as and when something ‘funky’ presents itself.
[+] Upcoming Events
Date: Thursday 8th June
Location: Centre for Computing History, Cambridge
Details: Meetup group
[+] Previous Meets
Date: Thursday 6th April
Meeting Notes: @binaryheadache presented the 2nd part to his reverse engineering talk (slides follow)
@exploresecurity presented a talk on hash length extension attacks (slides follow)
@garrybodsworth presented a modified version of his talk “Security is hard – I need a cheatsheet” that he presented at Cambridge Coding Academy (slides TBC).
Date: Thursday 26th January
Meeting Notes: Jordan Hrycai talked about ‘NIM’, a modern tool for interfacing and creating bare bone C programmes
I (@rebootuser) also gave a quick talk about Active Directory Delegation in a fictitious environment and how enumeration may lead to pwnage in a pentest.
@r007break finished off the meet with an interesting tale of pwnage initiated from a vishing exercise!
Date: Wednesday November 23th 2016
Meeting Notes: Unfortunately the planned talk from @commonexploits had to be cancelled at short notice due to technical difficulties. However Dan kindly sent the official 44con recording of his talk “Not only frogs can hop” that was played at the event.
A copy of his slides can be found at http://info-assure.co.uk/public_downloads/not-only-frogs-can-hop.pdf
Date: Thursday 27th October 2016
Meeting Notes: @binaryheadache presented the 1st of a two-part talk titled “Basic Assembly for Reverse Engineering”. This was the primer for his 2nd part of the talk, and just in case you missed it, the slides can be found here and we’ll be uploading the recording shortly.
I (@rebootuser) gave a very brief into into some of the cool hacks you can do with a $50 HAK5 LAN Turtle.
Date: Thursday September 29th 2016
Meeting Notes: @exploresecurity gave an excellent presentation on Excel/application hacks, see below for a link to his slides. The meeting was held at The Centre for Computing History (thanks Jason) and the main presentation was by Jerome Smith @exploresecurity, “Tricks to improve web app Excel export attacks”.