DC404 Meeting – Saturday August 18th

Monday, August 13th, 2018 by narknet

Saturday August 18th is your DC404 meeting at Manuel’s Tavern at 2pm

We will do a DEF CON 26 wrap up. You don’t need slides just bring your swag and war stories to share with those who couldn’t attend.


Come prepared to share what you are working on. Your project doesn’t have to be complete and slides are not required (like show-n-tell).

We will have a projector if you need it.


We will be running the NetKotH CTF for this meeting. This event is targeted at both beginners and experienced pentesters. If you’d like to play along, you should bring a laptop with your favorite tools installed (like Kali Linux or ArchStrike). If you are new to CTFs there will be plenty of people willing to help you get started.




More information about NetKotH can be found here:



We will also be hosting a mini lock pick village.


Our meetings are at Manuel’s Tavern. Free parking is behind Manuel’s and on the South side across the alley.

We meet in the First Level Room:

From the front entrance on North Highland, immediately turn right, go past the bathrooms to the First Level room.

From the back parking lot entrance, go all the way to the front doors, turn left, go past the bathrooms to the First Level room.


Manuel’s Tavern
602 North Highland Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307


All ages/skill levels welcome. No dues, feel free to bring new friends.

Our Home page: https://dc404.org

Sign up for the chat/discussion list – it’s low traffic, keeps you in the loop, and enables you to communicate with the other DC404 folks:


IRC Channel: #dc404 chat.freenode.net

Web IRC: https://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=%23dc404

Our calendar:


One comment on “DC404 Meeting – Saturday August 18th

  1. Willard Dawson says:

    ZScaler (enterprise proxy service provider) can’t proxy dc404.org due to unsupported ciphers. Please refer to:

    Output from sslscan shows that dc404 is using ECDSA, which is undecryptable. Bravo dc404. However, this means some enterprise users may not be able to access the site, depending on SSL inspection policy.

    Just thought you should know, in case you weren’t already aware. It’s kinda like the SSL sites being blocked by China thing that hit the news recently. Actually, it’s identical to that.


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