What we're about

We are hackers and security enthusiasts in Vancouver, BC area. We meet monthly on last Thursday of the month (currently online) and focus on a large range of technical topics with preference towards hands-on content and workshops. We are passionate about knowledge sharing. No sales pitches, no vendor presentations, just straight, community-driven, quality content and discussion. We are always looking for speakers. All skill levels and backgrounds are welcome.

Never stop learning.
See failure as a beginning.
Teach others what you know.
Assume nothing, question everything.
Analyze objectively.
Practice humility.
Respect constructive criticism.
Love what you do.
Give credit where it’s due.
Take initiative.

Connect with us on MARS Slack #dc604 ( https://fourthplanet.ca/slack/ ).

Upcoming events (4+)

Introduction to Pwncat and custom attack modules

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Pwncat (https://pwncat.readthedocs.io) is a command and control framework which turns a basic reverse or bind shell into a fully-featured exploitation platform. In this presentation, you'll learn how to use pwncat-cs and learn how to write your own modules to extent pwncat to run your own exploits, deliver implants, automate privilege escalation and execute custom code. By the end of the session you will have written your own custom module to do your own bidding.

Pre-requisites
This is a hands-on workshop, come prepared:

About the speaker
Dana Epp
Security Engineer | Security Researcher, Vulscan Digital Security

Dana has spent decades as a security architect that focuses on helping secure software, data, and infrastructure. You might say he's been on and led Blue and Red Teams well before it was even a thing. When he's not helping to build and grow software companies focused on developing security tools he's advising others on how to build and break their own applications and environments. As both a Microsoft Regional Director and Security MVP, he spends a great deal of time on security (de)engineering in the cloud.

Lately, he’s challenged himself to be more on Purple team, shifting more on his offensive tradecraft to help developers and IT administrators see the demonstrable impact of exploitation on vulnerabilities in their work. He is a director of OWASP Vancouver, and is the #1 ranked Canadian hacker on TryHackMe where he teaches others how to hack apps and infrastructure.

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Past events (33)

CTF Workshop - CI/CDon't

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