We have been updating the web site so you will notice some changes. Most pages are up to date now with the exception of the calendar.
If you haven’t been to a DC404 meeting or hanging out on the #dc404 IRC channel your missing all the fun.
Quick update …
DC404 has been meeting at the 57th Fighter Group restaurant near Dekalb Airport on the 3rd Saturday of the month at 2pm.
Well, even after moving the site from a static HTML site over to a WordPress blog, I’m still terrible about updating it. 😉
Anyway, today is Saturday August 17 2013, and not only is there a meeting today, but TODAY IS OUR 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY! Holy shit.
I can barely believe it’s been 10 years since I started this little choo-choo, but here we are!
Anyway, while I’d planned to have a big shit-kicker of a party to celebrate this momentous occasion… I forgot to plan it, so instead we’re just going to do our typical annual post-DEFCON review / wrap-up.
Maybe we’ll party like maniacs next month? Who wants to help me plan it? 🙂
Anyway, just wanted to take a second not only to update the website, but also to tell each and every one of you — THANK YOU!
Every single one of you inspires me, influences me, teaches me and motivates me to keep doing this, and I hope that I’ve been able to influence, inspire, mentor and/or teach some of you throughout this decade of dc404 as well.
So, hope you’ll make it out today! And for those that have never been to a dc404 meeting, I hope you’ll make a point of stopping by sometime soon. I think you’ll find we have an incredible community of smart, talented, geeky, nerdy, beautiful people that would love to count you in our midst.
That is all. See you at the meeting.
Sincerely, I remain,
Saturday, July 21, 2012: Paul Royal presenting “Impeding Automated Malware Analysis with Environment-sensitive Malware,” followed by Jason Ding presenting “The Blooming Social Media Economics Built on Fake Identities”
Saturday June 16, 2012: Nick Owen presents Strong authentication and cloud
Saturday May 19, 2012: Doug Burks presents Security Onion, Brad Shoop presents Splunk for Security Onion
Saturday April 21: Outerz0ne 8
March 17th: #MAPPgate discussion, led by @pbr90x
Feb 18: Taylor presenting Uncomfortable Silence: For the Lullz plus Eldon giving us a ShmooCon Wrap-Up: the Good, the Bad, the Chilly
Jan 21: ??
Dec 17: ??
Nov 19: Geek Gifts
Oct 15: Keith Watson presenting Anatomy of DragonCon’s Wall of Sheep
Sep 17: Keith et al; DragonCon:Pictures or It Didn’t Happen & Economic/Money Hacking discussion, first meeting at new venue!
Aug 20: The Silvers, Beau, and Trent and Mike, and everyone who shared for BlackHat, b-sides, & Defcon 19 WrapUp: The Good, The Bad, The Dehydrated
Jun 18th: Presentation Brainstorming for Hackid and DefCon planning
May 21st: Rodger: Open Source Forensic Super Timelining, pgp key-signing, and CA Cert. assurance
April 16th: 0uterZ0ne WrapUp and MinuteMen(tor)
Mar 19 0uterZ0ne
Feb 19 dr.kaos & diguniz How to Build the Worlds Most Awesome Vegan Media Center in Under 2 Hours!
Jan 15 Ben Feinstein and Don Jackson Operation Coredump: Countering the AFcore Botnet Threat
Dec 18 Chris Silvers: Something smells phishy: The Evolution of Social Engineering
Nov 20 Geek Gifts: Show and Tell
Oct 15 John: SysUsage: Monitoring in 5 Minutes
Sept 18 ShoeCon an Atlanta Institution in the making
Aug 28: Vince Guidry Presenting Grokking Bacula
May 15: Michael Potter presenting
sudo:Beginner to expert in 1 hour
Apr 17 ‘Bye KC!
Mar 20 outerz0ne field trip
Feb 20 with Beau Woods presenting
Social Engineering; The Dark Art
Jan 16 dr.kaos presenting:
A Hacker’s Guide to Dumping Your Cable Provider For Good
Dec 19 Nick Owen Presenting:
WiKiD Two-factor Auth and Securing Network Access with Open Source Solutions
Nov 21: Geek Gifts
Oct 17 Keith Watson presenting Digital Tuner Hacking
Sept 19 Keith Presenting Wall of Sheep Post-Mortem
Aug 22 DefCon Wrap-up
Jul 18 Robert McCurdy presenting:
Jun 20: dr.kaos Presenting:
Virtualization Security 101
May 16: Phreakmonkey Presenting:
The Oldest Working Modem in the World
Apr 18 : Brandon Moulton Presenting:
Mar 21 : Stephen Cristol Presenting
An Application of Math to Epidemiologic Research; also Eater introducing FreeSide
Feb 21: CTF Discussion also; Gavin Mead Presenting
Introduction to Paterva’s Maltego
Dec 20: Utilities You Can’t Live Without
Nov 15: Geek Gifts
Oct 18 Scott Moulton Presenting
Top 10 (New!) Things You Didn’t Know About Hard Drives.
Sept 20 : Ben Feinstein Presenting
Loaded Dice: SSH Key Exchange & the OpenSSL PRNG Bug
Saturday, January 19th
Karl Sigler will present
“Designing a Security Dept: