I have been pretty busy helping organize HackTheSea for DEF CON 27. This will be the first ever maritime and ship hacking village at DEF CON. We are going to have a team CTF on a very nifty "ship" environment provided by Fathom5. There will also be a series of workshops for n00bs to maritime ICS/OT with lots of gear available for hacking practice. Our CFP is currently open, but closing soon for those doing original research in high seas hacking. In keeping with the DEF CON theme this year, Technology's Promise, we will also have Seasteading Institute on hand to talk about living at sea and to kick-off a hackathon challenge for the Seasteading Community.
Plus, lot's of pirate meme stuff.
Saturday, March 2, 2019
Saturday, February 23, 2019
Friday, February 22, 2019
BSides NoVA Training
For anyone attending my malware analysis workshop, No Disassembly Required, next week at BSides NoVA here is the very brief list of what to bring and prerequisites.
Enough available memory and storage to run a Windows 10 VM
Hypervisor of your choice installed (Hyper-V, VirtualBox, VMware, whatever)
*Wired Ethernet adapter if needed (example, Thunderbolt to Ethernet) just in case
Windows VMConfigured with NATed or Bridged network access
Willingness to learn and a basic familiarity with a Hypervisor software and VMs. The course is designed to let students work at their own pace on the labs, with progressively more difficult challenges to complete.