Our finalized Year of the Hack video is submitted, and trending already!
Thanks to dw5304, and Vlad for cranking this out!
— DEF CON (@defcon) February 23, 2016
Media is done, our Year of the Hack is posted above
We had about 25 Hackers from the Greater Milwaukee Area attend February’s meeting. I mention this because it was pointed out that our event RSVPs are not an indicator of how many show up at the meetings.
To start us off, DW5304 did a demo of cree.py
Creepy is a geoloaction OSINT Tool, that offers geolocation information gathering through social networking (twitter, instagram, etc) platforms.
SNMPwalk and SNMP shenanigans
DW5304 also conducted more shenanigans with SNMPwalk and reviewed some SNMP results he had uncovered. There is not a whole lot I have to document within this recap, but you can start learning about SNMPwalk here
DEFCON Groups DC414 video
DEF CON Groups is holding a contest: Year of the Hack
For this, DC414 needs to submit a link to a 3- minute (at least!) YouTube video from DC414 as a whole describing what we’re planning on accomplishing over the year
This was our most difficult demo yet.
We’ve been on video before. We brought up and showed our past appearance on CBS58 (watch it for either nostalgia or the lulz).
Yet we hashed out a plan for the year. We will put together another Know Your Rights event, as that has continued to be our most popular event, and our most popular page on dc414.org. This time the event will be bigger and better, and we will use that as a means to laison with the community.
We had 20+ hackers participate to some level in our video submission. We are not actors, we are very ADD/ADHD. Getting more than 5 hackers on the same page is a feat. Like herding cats.
We got it all done. Some group shots, and some individual interviews. It is all recorded now, and we have a lot of footage that will be slimmed down to both a usable submission and a blooper reel (probably more footage for the blooper reel than anything).