Klaiviel started us off by giving us a nice show of binary key card hotel locks popular over seas, showed us a 3d printed key for one of his locks, explained pick proof locks from the 40s that are no longer used but highly effective and how to make them today using regular locks. Then he showed us why he is the second best key impressionist in the world, and made a working key for a lock right in front of us and giving us step by step instructions on how to do it our selves.
I stepped in and gave a quick demo of how I made our new and improved donations bucket which I will be making a blog post on later. Darkwind came packing with a alfa wifi antenna hooked up to a satellite dish! This made a killer directional wifi antenna, we took it up to the roof of bucketworks and got signals from all over including the moon 😛 Ngharo hooked it up to his lappy and cracked a few networks 🙂
After the roof party was over and we got back down stairs Castor gave a DEFCON20 badge hacking demo and showed us how to turn our badges into any other badge type we wanted, then showed us how to make the LEDs on the badge flash out words and stuffs. Then we all just started bull shitting and talking about up coming projects.
Cmoney couldnt make it out so I took a few picture that you can view here. Congrats to darkwind and faraday for winning the dc414 free junk giveaway!!
July’s meeting was hot in more then one way! First I would like to thank genero again for his genorous donation for the raffle, which put a solid $200 in the 3d printer fund!! Also congrats to faraday for winning both the raffle and the Photoshop and WIN contest!! I know it took forever to pick a winner but we did it damnit 😛
ngharo started the demos off with talking about how he set up dc414’s new astrisk server using google voice as the SIP trunk! Then showed us how he set it up to use NMAP to scan IPs from asterisk and speak the results to you over the phone! Klaiviel took over and made Ngharo a case for his raspberry pi and a penny launcher with his sweet 3d printer. Then I stepped in and showed everyone how to send spoofed emails from the dc414 server using the email spoofer web app, then how to send spoofed txt messages using the same app 🙂 Then Tony used a SIP provider that allowed for spoofing CID to spoof a call to Vlad. Then dw5304 wowed us all with a SNMP scanner he made, showed us some of the results like accessing a routers, modems, and windmills!!
Here are some pics from the meeting thanx to cmoney and congrats to Castor for winning the dc414 free junk giveaway!
There has been a lot of buzz about 3D printers over the last year. Prices are coming down and resolution has been increasing. Klaiviel, our resident lockpicking guru, is attempting to start a business around it. We feel that DC414 as a whole needs their hands on this technology. We’re starting a 3D printer fund starting now.
There are many options to go with but we want to get the ball rolling while research is happening in parallel. Price range we’re looking at is between $500 and $1,000 for quality printers.
This won’t happen without help from people like you. Once purchases / assembled / hacked, our goal is to make the printer accept jobs from online. We’d queue up jobs and have a webcam feed to view progress when printing remotely. Notifications would be sent out to the author upon start, completion, and possibly other metrics we can get out of the printer.
Donate $25+ gets you free stickers
Donate $50+ gets you a free shirt
Donate $100+ gets you free prints for 6 months
Donate $150+ gets you free prints and priority for 6 months
Any size donation gets you on the thank you list.
As of now we have $233 in the fund. Make your donation now (look to the right) and lets get this ball rolling.