The Linux Hackfest was started in 2008 in Phoenix, providing regular security content presentations centering around tools available in Kali Linux. Our venue has developed to include guest editable exploitable virtual servers and industry standard security tools all hosted from a donated rack or virtual servers at Google, AWS or other donated servers.
All IT professionals and hobbyists are welcome and we have an open call for presentations, remote events, and Kali linux lab leaders.
In conjunction with OneNeck's move/upgrade to Gilbert; we are asked to pay $500.00 a month and informed that our donated rack is no longer available. So we are looking for a replacement colo.
We now have Dell servers to sell for income after closing down our colo.
We can provide our members the capacity to interact during our hackfests REMOTELY via VPN, adding deep forensics and recording our sessions for the agoraphobic, stalker phobic and parents who simply cannot make it out to attend hackfests.
Open Source Community Outreach allows professionals and educators to meet and provide presentations and interactive sessions from the Phoenix campus lab where can boot live DVD media.
Our server hosted technical tools and security suites include:
This simple technical model provides the ability for clear exploit evaluation, binary disassembly, viri signature info and stacking of tools, concepts and strategy.
We endeavor to impress upon attendees the value of OSI layer security, with interconnected cross platform expansion that includes remediation and forensics.
Come join us at our next meetup where we evaluate a different tool each session and provide for a mini team based CTF.
NOTE: If we do not have at least 4 RSVP's (the night before) we will be canceling the meetup. This does not apply to the remote events.