Belouve did a presentation on OSINT and TraceLabs. Here are some links relevant to that talk, or from the slide deck:
Join TraceLabs (You will likely need to register and join their Slack)
Free PDF on OSINT
Hunchly Tool and Hunchly Training
IntelTechniques Menu (select items over on the left side). Also this site is where you can download Buscador OS
CherryTree (To take notes, is cross-platform) and Freeplane (mapping out connections)
I (Belouve) will probably keep this list updated as I get more resources dug up.
It’s almost Friday, and as mentioned previously, due to the Holiday falling on a Friday we have moved the meeting to 1/08/2015.
Vlad has a special guest, Dr. Charles Tritt from MSOE will be joining us, and will be giving a demonstration with a TENS unit, somehow facilitating a human-to-human interface. It’ll definitely be a meeting to remember!
See you there!
We’re still very much alive and active, no one has bothered to update the website is all. 🙂 dw5304 got us off to a fun start with some Outernet reception, although it was really a demofail. Still fun to set up a satellite and receive signals!
Klaiviel had an awesome 3d printed brute force machine in the works for combination locks. Very fast!
We also did a nice sized LAN party on Saturday, lots of fun, booze, and yelling commenced. Want to join in the fun? Feeling like you missed out? Are you on our mailing list? You should be! or join us on IRC on freenode at #dc414.
March came in, and was an awesome time. Too bad ngharo and vlad missed it. We were hopping at the Meetupery!
dw5304 got things started with some radio hacking, with his HackerRF board that he’s managed to un-brick. We swept some bands, and learned that car FOBs generally work around 300mhz for sending signals. And Chrysler FOBs have some good output!
After that, we had some fun with a giant lock that Klaviel tried his hand at. This thing is used for some serious security!
We also reminisced about previous dc414 meetings, like a certain laser incident, and RF jammers. W also got to see a neat piece of hackery, an ammo can turned into a self contained power supply, with lithium drill batteries and an inverter. Awesomesauce!
Thanks for everyone who came out, and we’ll see you again next month!
Running dc414 is a big job and we need help! We have a few openings in the ranks if anyone is up to the challenge. There is no pay but there is a few perks.
Web Master. – This person is responsible for all things website. Making posts, replying to people that comment on posts and notify the rest of the crew of things that pop up that requires their attention. We also want to move away from our current CMS to something else and you will be in charge of most of that transfer.
Graphics ninja. – Many parts of dc414 could use a good face lift and this person will be responsible for that, as well as many other projects.
Tech monkey. – Someone that holds, maintains and sets up all dc414 donated hardware at events.
Booty keeper. – Someone to collect and manage donations.
If you think you have what it takes to fill these spots please let me know, anarchy at dc414 dot org
First, many thanks to The Meetupery for hosting our meeting. You guys rock! Klaiviel got things going with his thingy that he plans on trying to make more of “I hope to get one!”. Then we went around the room and found out what everyone is up to. I made a few announcements that will be repeated here on a later date and Ngharo talked about his big plans for the new and improved dc414 PBX! I can’t wait for that to get done 🙂 Then dc5304 attempted to show us a super sweet SDR but ended up showing us how to brick one 😛 Then we talked about a old ass UHF/VHF scanner that you programmed with crystals I found at a yard sale. The one I got had 8 ports but only 5 crystals 4 of which had been identified with the fifth one unknown. We attempted to find the frequency of it but did not have all the right equipment. Anyway I thought it was a cool little piece of radio history so we gave it away along with a few other things. Here are a few pictures from the meeting. Congrats to the big winner college boy!
Thanks to all that attended the June meeting. Lot’s of interesting discussion and demos as usual.
Some highlights were Klaiviel giving an in-depth look at the state of 3D printing with a focus on weapons and some of the issues surrounding it.
We later headed for the roof of Bucketworks to learn about DirectTV hardware installations and some of the tools the pros use. We got to learn about different satellites and had some really good discussions while the ISS zipped past brightly in the night sky. Thanks Darkwind.
dw5304 took over next and showed off some 40Gb Ethernet gear along with a demo. We also had fun exploiting some really awful security of a customer management portal that dw5304 stumbled upon.
edgewalker was one of the lucky contestants to win the Free Junk Giveaway. Enjoy the LetterPerfect software on your IBM/DOS compatible PC!
Some pictures courtesy of our beloved overlord, AnarchyAngel.
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 tail end and when he was done I started the introductions. It was good to see all the new faces. After everyone talked for about 15 minutes I gave a live demo on using actionscript “flash” to inject a XSS exploit into a other wise secure website. Then Noize took over and gave a interesting live demo of getting IP addresses from contacts on Skype. Then dw5304 showed some of the features in the untangled firewall software. Congrats to ALee for winning the dc414 free junk giveaway!! Here are some pictures I took of the meeting.
ALee and his winnings!
Aprils meeting was awesome! Ngharo started us off with room introductions, which was helpful considering all the new faces at this meeting. Next I gave a quick demo of my new tool Upnp Exploiter. Which lead to me disclosing two 0day vulnerabilities in the Cisco DDR2200 ADSL2 Residential Gateway Router “expect more on all this later”! Then dw5304 gave his SNMP demo again and showed all the n00bs how to pwn Cisco routers using SNMP to upload a your own config to them. Then we all started messing around with trying to draw words on an oscilloscope with my arduino. Because of a late start that is all we had time for. Congrats to BigStarHero for winning a Emerson switch board in the free junk giveaway! Here is some pictures from the meeting.
Free junk giveaway big winner!
The March meeting was no let down, we had lots of people and as always great demos. Ngharo got it started with a make your own pringles can cantenna. 9 luck attendees got to make and take home their own cantenna! Then he kept it going with a quick demo of radio Mobile and how to use it to make a long range wireless mesh network. Then the professor gave a demo on metasploit using a java exploit to root a windows box. dw5304 took over and gave a little demo of a hacked xbox360 and using a laptop to control everything the console does. Here are some pictures from the meeting. Congrats to uberushaximus for winning 100 free hours to AOL high speed!!