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Welcome Welcome to another meeting of Houston Area's Hacker's Anonymous! For those that do not know, this is a spawn of the AHA group in Austin. As such, this will be pretty similar, but local to our area. With that, let's talk some rules and meeting details. Rules There are four basic rules of HAHA. 1. You must participate to remain a member (IRC and speaking at meetings). 2. There is no recording or filming allowed. 3. What happens at HAHA, stays at HAHA. 4. Keep your talk under 10 mins*. *Your talk may go over 10 minutes, if it will, please let Dennis Maldonado or Caleb Watt know ahead of time, and we will place you at the end of the list Topic of your presentation can be anything that interests you and/or you would think interests others If you are concerned with what to talk about, we have some ideas/examples. Primarily we would like you to talk briefly about your own personal work. This is a place to meet, talk, learn from each other, and probably get heckled just a tad (entirely in jest, I assure you.) Feel free to talk about • InfoSec research you are performing • Interesting code • Projects you are working on • Fun project or pen testing stories • Awesome bypass techniques • Pretty much anything else The most important thing is to make your presentation brief, and your own content. Please do not bring a simple "How to BurpSuite Tutorial", instead, show us a neat new trick using BurpSuite or an extension you are building and how it works. What's Provided? • Video Projector with HDMI and VGA inputs • HDMI and VGA Cable • MiniDisplay port (male) to VGA/HDMI/DVI (female)

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The Houston Area Hackers Association (HAHA) is a loose group of hackers and security enthusiasts, and security professionals in the Houston, Texas area. We have monthly meetings that offer short 5-15 minute presentations about a large range of topics including computer security, physical security, pentesting, electronics, programming, and general nerd/geekery.

Anyone and everyone will be encouraged to go up and speak about any topic of their choosing.

Some examples include some recent research you've been working on, a cool project you've done or want to do, some interesting information you recently learned about, your take on the latest in information security, quick guides on different technologies, etc. You can literally talk about anything that can be remotely linked to security, hacking, hardware or general IT awesomeness.

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