[Chicago-talk] UniForum: Google Hacking Basics

wsmith at etc.com wsmith at etc.com
Mon Nov 20 19:42:43 PST 2006

This looks pretty cool.  Anyone else interested?


                          Google Hacking Basics

                             Steven McGrath

                 Tuesday, November 28th, 2006, 7:00-9:00pm
  Illinois Institute of Technology, Rice Campus, Wheaton, IL, Room 103

Ever wanted to know how much information is really out there?  Well now
we can take a peak into the vast google database and try to pull out the
information we want.  This presentation and discussion will cover basic
google hacking techniques and how they can be used to mine information.

Speaker Bio
Steven McGrath is a Network Security Consultant specializing in open
source tools for vulnerability assessments in both wired and wireless
environments.  Steve is also one of the main people behind the scenes
of Chicago 2600, DefCon 312, and the Chicago Snort Users Group.

Getting There
The next meeting of UniForum Chicago will be from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
on Tuesday, November 28, 2006 at the Illinois Institute of Technology
Rice campus.  The address of the meeting facility is:

         IIT's Rice Campus
         Room 103
         201 East Loop Road,
         Wheaton, Illinois 60187

Take I-88 to the Naperville Road exit.  Go North on Naperville Road
to Butterfield/Rt. 56.  Turn right on Butterfield and proceed East to
the next stoplight East (East Loop Road).  Turn north onto East Loop
Road (Big Bowl/Cozymel's Restaurants and Phillip's 66 Gas Station on
the corners); the campus will be on your right about a block north of
Butterfield Road.  Park in the student parking lot behind the building.
Room 103 is the first room inside the north entrance.  More detailed
directions and maps are available at:


All UniForum Chicago general meetings are open to the public free of  

For additional information contact Scott Nemec at (630) 990-6265 or
president at uniforum.chi.il.us, or visit the UniForum Chicago web site at:

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