Category Archives: privacy

December meeting recap

Ngharo got this started with going around the room and asking everyone what they have been hacking and what they plan on hacking on next, then talking about some improvements to the dc414 server, such as how it is now … Continue reading

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September meeting recap

Last meeting was awesome as always, we had some good demos and new faces which is always great. Ngharo started it off going around the room and asking ppl what they hacked last month and what they plan to hack … Continue reading

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August meeting awesomeness

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 … Continue reading

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May meeting recap.

May’s meeting was off the hook, one of our best yet! Lots of new faces which is always nice, good demos, and good beer. Ngharo started it off by talking about the hackathon and THOTCON. Klaiviel did his lock master … Continue reading

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April fun

Aprils meeting wasn’t for fools, it was for hackers šŸ˜› It was another awesome meeting full of beer, pizza, lulz, and hacks. dw5304 got the night rolling with how to bypass windows 7 login password, then went on to talk … Continue reading

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rootkit hidden in millions of cellphones

Another email just surfaced … rootkit hidden in millions of cellphones Rootkit found in Android, Symbian, BlackBerry, webOS and even iOS handsets …. but not windows phone’s TheĀ rootkitĀ belongs to a company calledĀ Carrier IQĀ and it seems that it has low-level access … Continue reading

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Internet in Peril

Got this alarming email from the good folks at SavetheInternet.com and thought I should share it with the rest of you. Dear dc414, Youā€™ve heard from me a lot recently about the ā€œresolution of disapprovalā€ (S.J. Res. 6) against Net … Continue reading

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My little hackers

I have a house full of little n00bs who have been “hacking” each other in the house lately. See we have one laptop in the house that the kids share in the living room and form time to time one … Continue reading

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Stop mandatory data retention

Got this email from our friends at EFF: Dear friends, The U.S. House of Representatives is currently considering H.R. 1981, a bill that would order all of our online service providers to keep new logs about our online activities, logs … Continue reading

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Aaron Swartz indicted.

Got this email from the good group of people at Demand Progress: Shocking news: Moments ago former Demand Progress Executive Director Aaron Swartz was indicted by the US government. As best as we can tell, he is being charged with … Continue reading

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