Monthly Archives: May 2013

A Question to Milwaukee, a Bucketworks Emergency

Bucketworks is a co-working, meetup, and practice space for creative professionals. ¬†They’ve been gracious enough to host DC414 monthly meetings and many other events for hackers. We’re all at risk of losing this space due to some recent financial problems … Continue reading

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Getting IP addresses from contacts on Skype as told by Noize.

Skype is an extremely popular, proprietary, cross-platform, peer-to-peer Voice-over-IP software client written by Skype Communications SARL, which is now owned by Microsoft Corporation. Due to its peer-to-peer always-on nature it is possible for a researcher to determine characteristics about a … Continue reading

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May meeting recap

The May meeting was another great one. Both Ngharo and my self were late because of traffic and junk so darkwind got things started with his popular demo of sniffing pager messages from the air. I Showed up at the … Continue reading

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