• Project Night

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    Monday evenings, we will be open for Project Night - a night to work on, collaborate on, or brainstorm on whatever projects you're currently working on or interested in. Don't have a project? Come see what others are working on and get involved or get ideas. If you have an concept for a group project, bring your ideas and seek out others to join you. Project Night is a great opportunity to make progress on your projects as a regularly scheduled event. Anyone is welcome to work on projects any time the space is open, but a dedicated night--just for this--is really fantastic. Teach, Learn, Build.

  • Stanford Crypto 1 Study Group

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    SUMMARY: Do you like solving ciphers but want to grow beyond rot13 puzzles? Are you interested in steamy romances involving Alice, Bob, and Eve? Do you want to learn how to crack one time pads? Do you want to know how you're using SSL wrong? Or maybe you're doing SSL right, but you keep hearing about this BEAST attack and want to understand it on a cryptologist's level? Did you ever want to take the Stanford Online Crypto Course but feared the math? Then the Stanford Crypto 1 Study Group is the event of the year for you! Together we will conquer the math and mystery of Crypto. Break down nerdy concepts into everyday concepts. The Stanford Crypto 1 course is an online course provided by Coursera. The course begins with a detailed discussion of how two parties who have a shared secret key can communicate securely when a powerful adversary eavesdrops and tampers with traffic. The second half of the course discusses public-key techniques that let two parties generate a shared secret key. Throughout the course participants will be exposed to many exciting open problems in the field and work on fun programming projects. https://www.coursera.org/learn/crypto The study sessions is for people to point out areas of the material that they didnt understand, and for everyone else to come up with the best way to explain it. PLEASE DO NOT BE AFRAID TO SAY YOU DON'T KNOW SOMETHING. This is crypto, we know its difficult, that's why we find it alluring. Together we'll be able to help each other. No judging, No shame. #ELI5 Python is language of choice, but we'll try to accommodate others as best as possible TL;DR: If you take this class, you will be able to complete CTF Crypto challenges! GOAL: Complete the Stanford Crypto Course 1 like a boss THINGS TO BRING: Your development environment of choice, and something to take notes in SKILL LEVEL: Algebra is nice, Calculus is great, but not mandatory. Functional programming is highly suggested. PRESENTER: VirusFriendly

  • Open House

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    Open House Night - Come check out what UAS is all about. Keyholders and members will be available to answer questions, help with projects, and give tours. If you've never been to UAS before, this is a great time to check us out. We host a weekly open house to help introduce new people to the space and some of the various interests and participants. Often, this event is combined with TOOOL / Lockpicking night. Come on by, and check out the space and some of the fun projects we are working on.

  • Unallocated Space Open House

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    We hold a weekly open house on Wednesday Evenings. Please come by and check us out.

  • Lockpicking 102 - Toool

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    Purpose Cover topics that are omitted on the introductory lockpicking night. Everyone attending is encouraged to bring equipment, locks, or talking points if you want to present on something. Format I'll have a primer on security pins and intermediate locksport prepared but would like to focus on more advanced topics such as • Alternative lock mechanisms (sesame, rotating disc, dimple, lever, sidebar wafer) • Impressioning • Lock Foreniscs • Bitting decoding • Master Keyed systems • Bypass techniques • Safes • Hardware hacking w/ electronic locks We'll probably sit around picking whatever locks we've got, while covering the presentation. Equipment If you have lockpicks or locks you’re encouraged to bring them. We do sell introductory kits and have a set of beginner locks and picks anyone can use. Instructor Note Hey I’m Flay. I’ve been lockpicking for years and was the 2 time winner of the GrrCon ‘Cage of shame’ lockpicking challenge. I think its great fun, and I’m excited to be able to encourage others in the hobby. Its my goal to ensure that everyone who comes to the meetup walks away having picked at least one lock and that all the veterans learn something from each other. If you're interested in your relevant state laws regarding lock picks please use: http://toool.us/laws.html If you're interested in joining tool: https://members.toool.us/join/

  • Amateur Radio Night

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    Got an interest in Electronics? Radio? or just being able to make contact with someone on the other side of the earth without the use of a paid network? Then Ham Radio Night is for you!

  • DC443-WSC-UAS Competition Meet-up

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    SUMMARY: Join us for an evening of cyber competition challenges in a partnership between Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu, DC443, and Unallocated Space. We will work together, either as a collective group or in teams, in tackling a current cyber competition or working through practice challenges. We may also have participants do brief talks in the form of challenge walk-throughs. This is an informal event and all levels from noob to experienced are welcome to attend. Networking and learning from each other is highly encouraged! GOAL: Exposure to cyber competitions, networking and fun! THINGS TO BRING: Your laptop SKILL LEVEL: Any PRESENTER: Marcelle Lee @marcelle_fsg

  • Red Team Boot Camp

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    DATE: 27July2019 TIME:[masked] (with a break for lunch) TOPIC: Red Team Boot Camp PRESENTER: nyte SUMMARY: Have you ever had the opportunity to run a Red Team engagement in a corporate environment? Or maybe you've taken some ethical hacking courses but struggle with the "now what?" aspect of offensive security? Well now's your chance to expand on your skill set! This boot camp offers attendees the opportunity to operate in a Windows Domain environment. Attendees will learn about computer network exploitation tradecraft, red team tactics, and what differentiates a Red Team engagement from your standard Penetration Test. Penetration Testing methodology will be covered, however the boot camp will focus heavily on post-exploitation tactics used in modern, real-world Red Team engagements. Topics covered include introduction to Penetration Testing and Red Teaming, Introduction to Metasploit, Introduction to basic Windows/Linux commands, Introduction to Tunneling, Open-source enumeration, Target enumeration, Linux/Windows Exploitation, Persistence Methods, Local vs Domain Accounts, Active Directory Enumeration, and Pivoting through Multiple Domains. GOAL: Provide an intro to advanced level of training in Red Team tactics and techniques THINGS TO BRING: A fully patched Kali Linux distribution, either on bare metal or as a VM. If in a VM, ensure your distro can connect to a network in "Bridged Mode". Note taking materials are also highly recommended. SKILL LEVEL: Basic knowledge of networking and security principles are highly encouraged. Note: Seats may be limited and are first come, first served. While our events are always free, donations are always appreciated ;)

  • Space Cleanup Day

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    It's that time once again to roll up our sleeves and give the space some TLC. Here's the deal: We'll be hitting the following things: • Wiping down tables. • Cleaning floors. • Cleaning fridge/microwave. • Cleaning bathrooms. • Tidying work areas and storage area. • Moving things to the outpile as appropriate. Please try to drop by with a helping hand. We could really use your help in organizing, cleaning, clearing, and making the space better for your future visits.

  • Project Night

    Unallocated Space

    Monday evenings, we will be open for Project Night - a night to work on, collaborate on, or brainstorm on whatever projects you're currently working on or interested in. Don't have a project? Come see what others are working on and get involved or get ideas. If you have an concept for a group project, bring your ideas and seek out others to join you. Project Night is a great opportunity to make progress on your projects as a regularly scheduled event. Anyone is welcome to work on projects any time the space is open, but a dedicated night--just for this--is really fantastic. Teach, Learn, Build.