We will be hosting another CTF this Thursday, September 15, at the Wild Boar. This CTF will be hosted on a Raspberry Pi and should be fun for all skill levels. A wireless and wired network will be setup to connect to. You may want to have access to the internet to lookup things, but… Read More »
This Thursday, the ones that made it to Defcon this year, will be doing a debrief for the rest of the group. We will go over the talks/presentations, CTFs, CGC, lessons learned, and thoughts for the next one. Also discuss upcoming Bsides Denver and other conferences.
Come join us for a fun little CTF this Thursday. Stickybits has create a great CTF challenge that is perfect for someone who has never participated in a CTF (Capture The Flag) event before. There are 3 flags to be found on the fictitious Hackme Corp’s network and systems. There is also a bonus flag… Read More »
For those who attended the 10th Annual Rocky Mountain Information Security Conference in Denver last week, there will be a debrief of their experiences. We will discuss thoughts about the breakout sessions as well as the 8 hour pentest workshop that was taken with Georgia Weidman herself. We will go over the simulated pentest and… Read More »
We at @dc970 are getting ready to get our @freenodeirc #irc channel back up and running. Join us in #dc970 soon. cc: @freenodestaff
The gang at DC970 was asked to give a security presentation to the NoCO IT Pros forum. More details at: https://www.parkbenchindustries.com/2014/11/live-hacking-demo-2014/
If we’re going to do some community projects over the next few years, I think we need a brand. What do you think? Share your thoughts here: http://www.reddit.com/r/DC970/comments/1y6bpe/dc970_branding/
This blog will give a little more structure to the group than the Reddit group could provide. The Reddit group isn’t going away, it just won’t be the front page for dc970.org any more.