[Phoenix-pm] PLUG Linux Security Team - Gangplank Hackfest LAB -(Harold Wong from Microsoft appears as a FLAG) Saturday October 2, 2010 - Noon until 3PM
lisakachold at obnosis.com
Fri Oct 1 04:20:00 PDT 2010
PLUG Phoenix Linux Security Team LAB October hosts Harold Wong from
Microsoft (http://blogs.technet.com/b/haroldwong/) as a Flag. Come watch,
or bring your "deck" and join the CTF fun!
Open Phoenix Linux Security LABs occur the 1st Saturday of every month in
2010 at Gangplankhq.com.
All are welcome to come and interact, ask questions, look over our shoulders
If you plan on being able to develop skills using live CDs, bring a notebook
with a CD or pendrive.
Register at private, non-spidered, http://hackfest.obnosis.com to share
content, arrange carpools, post events, forum discussions (yes, penguin
politics is acceptable), file sharing, polls, blogs, classified, store, irc
chat and private chat.
First Saturday of Every Month in 2010 Noon until 3PM
September 4, Labor Day
GangPlank's location is in Chandler.
250 S Arizona Ave
Chandler, AZ 85225
Gangplank also hosts HackNight on Wednesdays from 6PM until 9PM.
We will be organizing carpools each month (contact lisakachold at obnosis.com)
Plug Security <http://plug.phoenix.az.us/security>
It-Clowns Connections <http://it-clowns.com/z/?q=ed-classified/tid/3>
Gangplank Events Schedule <http://gangplankhq.com/events/>
Gangplank Map <http://gangplankhq.com/when-and-where/>
Ethical and legal, as well as liability aspects of security testing are
covered as we investigate the strange world of computer insecurity from our
powerful Penguin perspectives in lab interaction as well as presentation
Hackfest labs include open member participation hacking, cracking, exploits
and IDS. Hackfest labs are open encroachment events with designated targets,
to include shared network insecurity of the most extreme style. Extensive
setup and tear down, forensics and IDS are sometimes required by volunteers,
therefore Hackfest labs are team lab format events to make the best
experience for all attendees. If you would like to build and submit a FLAG,
please document the attack vector, encroachment available and procedure to
verify forensics (expect that your flag might be encroached in other ways
than your open exploit). If you system is encroached in other ways your CTF
submission will not be considered for points.
Our lab based encroachment includes a point based system and all hackers,
CTF builders or teams get points for their flags to be gathered over the
year. Website under development.
Hack test your installations, networks, and program source using Linux
Security distro tools <http://www.backtrack-linux.org/downloads/>.
(Arrangements are happily accepted to coordinate extra credit with local
Monthly security presentations and lectures, with open PLUG participation
occur, on the second
Tuesday of every month. This interactive presentation format covers industry
news, specific protection issues in linux, ongoing industry tool
development, RFC scripts, exploits and net neutrality.
PLUG Linux Security Team Presentation Meeting facilities generously provided
by John C. Lincoln Hospital Cowden
Active Directory/sLDAP integrated with proxy authentication ensures HIIPA
compliance at Cowden Center. Full insecure networking is exclusive to
HackFests Labs at gangplankhq.com.
Content presenters need to be able to use Microsoft Systems at John C.
Lincoln's Cowden Center, for displaying HTML, OpenOffice, Video or browser
presentation content via AD proxy. We are currently going through the full
commercial presentation materials from Defcon18 during the Presentation
Linux Security Team meetings at Cowden Center. If you have a presentation,
please give me a shout.
Email lisakachold at obnosis.com for more information.
PLUG Security GangFest (CTF) <http://gangplankhq.com/> Gangplankhq.com
PLUG HackFest (Presentations), John C. Lincoln Center, Cowden Center, North
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Saturday October 02, 2010, 12:00PM - 15:00PM
CTF FLAG#1(of 5) = Guest Harold Wong
*"Great things are not done by impulse but a series of small things brought
together." -Van Gogh*
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