CACKALACKY CON – MAY 31 – JUNE 2

CackalackyCon will take place May 31 – June 2, 2019 at The Sheraton Chapel Hill.   Many DC919 members will be in attendance supporting the community by volunteering for villages, giving presentations, showing off side projects, or simply attending.  Be sure to let the group or Bace16 know if there’s anything you want to do or get help with for the con.

Keep an eye on the official CackalackyCon website or Twitter for more details as they announced.

SIEM – February 10 2019

Def Con 919 Presents – Firewalls

Network Security – SIEM

Sunday, Feb 10, 2019, 4:00 PM

22 Ethical Hackers Attending

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When:
Sunday, February 10, 4 PM

ALL levels of experience, skill, and interest are welcome and encouraged to join us. You do not have to be a “hacker” to attend.

Network Security – SIEM
DC919 will be hosting an introduction class on network security including SIEM. It will give you an overview of how to secure a network and some hands on with a few tools to get started.

This class is open to anyone that would like to participate or observe. Additional details will be provided later for the requirements to participate.

Agenda:
• 4:00 Network Security – SIEM at Durham County Library – South Regional Library 4505 S Alston Ave, Durham, NC 27713
• 5:30 Clean up the library room
• 6:00 Open Discussion at Bralie’s Sports Bar 1725 Carpenter Fletcher Rd, Durham, NC 27713

Where:

Reverse Engineering – January 13 2019

Def Con 919 Presents – Reverse Engineering

Reverse Engineering

Sunday, Jan 13, 2019, 3:00 PM

17 Ethical Hackers Attending

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When:
Sunday, January 13, 3 PM
We’re starting earlier to get through more material.

ALL levels of experience are welcome! It helps to have some knowledge of a high-level programming language like C, Python, or Java, but we’ll cover the basics if necessary. You do not have to be a “hacker” to attend.

Software reverse engineering is an incredibly valuable skill to have in your arsenal. From CTF competitions to vulnerability discovery, analysis, and exploitation, it’s often necessary to delve into the low-level inner workings of a software sample to get the job done. Knowing how software operates at a low level will also make you a better developer!

Software RE can be a daunting discipline to pick up for even experienced software and security professionals, simply due to the intimidating breadth of knowledge that can be required just to get started. This workshop aims to outline your foray into RE and focus on the foundational skills needed to learn quickly and be successful. We may even solve some crackmes! You didn’t think you’d get out of this without some hands-on practice, did you?

The examples in this workshop will require a 64-bit Intel Linux system (virtual, Windows with WSL, or native) to run. There is also a Docker image at 3pidemix/reveng with the necessary environment configured to run the examples. Labs and setup instructions can be found here: https://goo.gl/tcyZ3a Please review them prior to the workshop if you plan to participate in the hands-on labs.

Agenda:
3:00 Intro and announcements
3:10 Reverse Engineering Presentation
5:30 Clean-up the room
6:00 Drinking at Carolina Ale House

Main Meeting at 3 PM:

Bar Meeting at 6 PM:

Firewalls and IPS/IDS – March 10 2019

Def Con 919 Presents – Firewalls

Network Security – Firewalls and IPS/IDS

Sunday, Feb 10, 2019, 4:00 PM

1 Ethical Hackers Attending

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When:
Sunday, March 10, 4 PM

Date was updated.  This topic was originally scheduled for February.

ALL levels of experience, skill, and interest are welcome and encouraged to join us. You do not have to be a “hacker” to attend.

Network Security – Firewalls and IPS/IDS
DC919 will be hosting an introduction class on network security including Firewalls and IPS/IDS. It will give you an overview of how to secure a network and some hands on with a few tools to get started.

This class is open to anyone that would like to participate or observe. Additional details will be provided later for the requirements to participate. We will be using the latest version of Security Onion: https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/security-onion/blob/master/Verify_ISO.md

Agenda:
• 4:00 Network Security and Firewalls at Durham County Library – South Regional Library 4505 S Alston Ave, Durham, NC 27713
• 5:30 Clean up the library room
• 6:00 Open Discussion at Bralie’s Sports Bar 1725 Carpenter Fletcher Rd, Durham, NC 27713

Where: