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Hacking Meetup - Remix Part 2

  • Jan 27, 2013 · 1:00 PM
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************Please note the location has changed**************

Hey Guys/Gals, changing locations to keep it this Sunday. It will be at the Coloft in Santa Monica (right near the library):

920 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica, CA


Hey Guys,

We just finished our first meeting and it went great. I presented on scanning smarter (custom scripts + peepingtom), getting local admin credentials (via GPP), and taking over the domain (via wce/bitsadmin/powershell). If anyone has any questions or would like to see the presentation again, let me know.

Topics for 1/27/13:

-Java 0day (CVE[masked])
-Grabbing Hashes from Domain Controllers

Dates and locations are still in the air and will be based on how many people sign up. Again, please make sure to sign up early and if you can't make it to remove yourself from the meeting. This just helps me with finding a location and space that fits the people who sign up. If there is a date that is better with everyone, just shoot me an email and we can work around it.

I am looking for any presenters that want to talk on any security topic... It can be about anything from Reverse Engineering Applications, IDS/IPS, Mobile Exploits, Web Application Pentesting, Social Engineering, Shellcode or anything along those lines. Since this is still the beginning of Lethal, it doesn't have to be super technical, just what might be useful for security engineers. If we can't find enough presenters, I'll present on something of my choice. hahahaha.

###Default Requirements###

What do you need:

Bring a laptop (whatever flavor)
Install VMplayer or Virtual Box
Download Backtrack 5R3 vmware
Make sure it all works!
Passion to Learn and Participate!

###Default Requirements###


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  • Daniel O.

    Session was part demo, part training. I wasn't familiar with the jargon, tools or processes so I just watched rather than tried to emulate. Got a lot of information just watching. I'll go to the next. Organizer really knows his stuff.

    January 28, 2013

  • anthony

    Thanks for setting this up, Peter. Very informative.

    January 27, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Can you send a copy of that ppt?

    January 7, 2013

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