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Raoul Duke
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I'm going to be out of the country for a meeting this month, do we still want to have one the last saturday of the month and someone else run it, or do you want to move it to this weekend? 
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It does not matter, skipping would be fine.. Not a lot going on.. 
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Ron Fabela
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Project I'll be working on for the next few weeks (in between travel)
Why?  Dunno, why not.
https://learn.adafruit.com/kali-linux-on-the-raspberry-pi-with-the-pitft/overview
Kali isn't intended as a general-purpose desktop OS for end users. Instead, it's a collection of useful tools for monitoring, exploring, and attacking networks. It comes out of the box with tools like Wireshark, nmap, and Aircrack-ng, and is particularly useful in situations where you just want ...
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Old netbooks work well with Kali....
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Stephen Hilt

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With analysis and research by Stephen Hilt (Independent Researcher) Even as attacks on SCADA devices has become more public, devices are constantly being reported as Internet-facing and thus, vulnerable to attacks.  Very little security is implemented on these devices, making them perfect targets of opportunity. Recently, Internet-facing gas station pumps have gained some attention, when several articles exposing the availability of these devices...
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Stephen Hilt

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Stephen had an article yesterday on the ICS Village / Capture The Flag (CTF) competition at S4x15. We also will be putting up a page with more info on the flags, techniques and pcaps in the next we...
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Raoul Duke
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Raoul Duke
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Happy New year's all, things look to have slowed down and unwound liken to schedule a meeting this month, we will likely have it at chattabrew and have a catch up meeting.

When works for people? 
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Status of this? Still aiming for the 31st?
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Justin Spain

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Justin Spain

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I've seen this guy somewhere...
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Yeah, I'm sure most the people in the video don't work there anymore 
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Raoul Duke
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Forum discussion: Catalyst-3650#request system shell Activity within this shell can jeopardize the functioning of the system. Are you sure you want to continue? [y/n] y Challenge: 94d5c01766c7a0a29c8
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"...went up Cisco's skirt and grabbed a fist full of balls. Hidden packages."
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Stephen Hilt

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Crazy few weeks for me, but I'll be celebrating a new job at the up coming meeting. I'm joining Trend Micro as a Sr Threat Researcher 
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Congratulations! I hope the transition goes well.
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Raoul Duke
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Happy Monday everyone! We are looking for a presentation for Saturday. If anyone has something they want to talk abut, let us know.
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meeting is canceled due to some personal reasons since the two leaders won't be able to attend. 
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Raoul Duke
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Good meeting was had, next meeting will be March 28th from 12-2.


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Raoul Duke
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Good meetup today, we will be doing the last saturday of every month from Noon to 2. I'll see about making a regular scheduled event, but not sure how that goes. Next month we will meet up at More than likely CO.LABS or at Chatt*lab to do a mini CTF and demo what +Stephen Hilt and +Ron Fabela will be taking to Bsidesnash for the ICS Village. 
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Stephen Hilt

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This year at S4x15, Digital Bond set out to create an ICS  Capture The Flag, or CTF. Flags were created to simulate real world situations that an attacker would encounter if he targeted an ICS. By ...
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Justin Spain

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Raoul Duke
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TSA baggage scanners, evil USB sticks, and smart homes were among the targets in some of the most creative -- and yes, scary -- hacks this year by security researchers.
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Justin Spain

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Some pretty cool vulnerability scanners
https://github.com/stamparm
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Good find 
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Raoul Duke
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I Am Nation State And So Can You http://youtu.be/Xlpdu0aY5-k
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Perfect... That was a subject on Chugalug.org and I linked to this video. Nice job. BTW: My nation state name is Ubawhackawhackastan
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Jerrod Barton

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I know I'm not a familiar face but I'm looking for an analyst to work at Booz Allen Hamilton. Degree and 3+ years in IT will be fine. No specific certs required initially. Hit me up for details.
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Justin Spain

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Your Twitter posts can tell me where you live. If you still think the buzz around Internet privacy is a joke, maybe this will jog your senses. We've already established that you can't be anonymous on the Internet, yet some continue to believe otherwise. Yes, you're still vulnerable even if you're careful about what you…
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