Denhac is a non-profit hackerspace founded in 2008. Er, wait, what’s a hackerspace? Hackerspaces are simply places for people to learn, work on tech projects, socialize and collaborate. Denhac offers a community space for classes and events, anywhere from lock picking to information security, to hardware hacking. We are open to the public any Tuesday after 8pm, and most Saturdays for classes and events.
Got a project you just need a quiet corner to sit and write code? Want to hang out with some similarly minded people instead of another lonely night at home?
Come join us for Chill code night. We'll throw up some chill programming music and spend some time getting things done.
Bring your own projects, or work on something from https://github.com/denhac.
Open to the public.
presentation on a new type of highly compressed zip bomb, and a technical description of how it works. source code, sample zip bombs, and a writeup at https://bamsoftware.com/hacks/zipbomb/ . if you wish, bring zip-capable software to test.