We are delighted to host Sean Duggan and a secure coding workshop using a the CTF framework Security Shepherd. This workshop is free and available for players of all skills. The workshop will include a presentation at the start, followed by a series of challenges to get through. Participants will require a laptop with WiFi and a modern web browser. There will be pizza.
TOG is very pleased to announce that we will be holding the 4th Dublin CryptoParty. Doors will be open from 7pm on Thursday the 11th June 2015, and we will stay open as long as people are happy to stay ( within reason ).
CryptoParty attendees request you to respect their privacy and refrain from taking pictures or video unless participants express otherwise. Ask before snapping.
The idea of a CryptoParty is to make everyone more aware of their own on-line privacy and security in this vast inter-connected world that we live in.
We haven’t had one in a while, so we will discuss basics to bring everyone up to speed. Topics can include any of the following:
- Text Secure / Signal
CryptoParty have a mailing list if you are so inclined. Its an open event, so no need to sign up.
See you on the 11th
<<SOLD OUT>> Contact me below to express interest in next one. If can run another during the summer if I get interest.
On Saturday 27th June at 12:30pm our very own jester`, Martin Mitchell or @jayester depending on the circles you run in, will be teaching a Wireless Hacking Workshop.
Wireless networks are everywhere. They have been available to many of us for well over 10 years, and it is something most of us rely on daily. Majority of us have a wireless network in our house, and connect to it regularly with our laptop, phone, games console, media player and now even televisions.
In this practical, hands on workshop I will be stepping you through the different wireless network security modes of 802.11 (WiFi), and demonstrating practical attacks against them. This workshop is not intended to teach you to perform malicious tasks on wireless networks, but it is to show you how easy it is, and how dangerous someone can be knowing even the most basic a few commands. This knowledge can also be used to audit wireless networks. This workshop will to make you more aware of the dangers of using a wireless networks with bad or no security enabled. Continue reading “Wireless Hacking Workshop – Saturday 27th June 2015 @ 12:30pm”