September’s SecKC meeting is Tuesday September 8th at Kanza at 6pm. We have three great talks and TOOOL KC will be joining us! Please see the eventbrite or the talks page for more information about the speakers and their talks.
The next SecKC meeting is Tuesday August 11th at Kanza at 6pm. Again, we are excited about the talks this month! Please see the eventbrite or the talks page for more information about the speakers and their talks.
These were some great talks!
June’s SecKC will be at Kanza Hall again! We heard lots of positive feedback on Kanza, but if you have any feedback on Kanza, definitely let us know.
We are ironing out some food options to have food at Kanza (as opposed to next door) for those who are interested in that. Please join our google group https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/seckc or Slack channel (seckc.slack.com) to discuss.
We have room for two more short talks (<15 min). Got an idea for a talk? Submit it @ https://seckc.org/talk/!
Tyshic Kyles – 15min – How to Crack WEP/WPA using Wifite
Leif Dreizler – 45 min – explores the inherent differences between the hacker and developer mentality. In this discussion, the audience will hear from a former breaker and fixer of security flaws on how developers who acknowledge the existence of ‘The Boogeyman’ come that much closer to being active participants in ensuring their company’s security, rather than passive victims.
Registration is not required, but evite registration for this month is here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seckc-june-2015-tickets-17215965416?ref=ecount
The videos from May will be posted soon.
Important News: May 13th SecKC will be held at Kanza Hall (see http://goo.gl/4Mqe4B for pics)
Killian Ditch Lockpicking – Cracking a Physical Hash. A brief introduction to the basics of lockpicking via a rough analogy to cracking hashes.
Bill Swearingen (@hevnsnt) I dont trust 300 of my most trusted advisors. How SSL/TLS works and a quick introduction to 300 of your most trusted adviors. Hey CNNIC (The Chinese InterNIC) did you mean to create false Google Certificates?
Matty McFatty XXE: The XML Backdoor. Your XML parser is probably broken. This talk will outline an little-known attack vector targeting XML parser in web applications called XML External Entity (XXE) Processing. https://www.owasp.org/index.php/XML_External_Entity_%28XXE%29_Processing
Got an idea for a talk? Submit it @ http://talk.seck.org !
Joel Kershner – Intrusion Detection on a Budget
Justin Whitehead Antonio Herraiz – Spanking the Monkey (or how pentesters can do it better!)
I messed up and missed recording the first half of this awesome talk.