Meeting location has changed to:
7625 S Howell Ave Oak Creek, WI 53154
Here’s a photo of the building exterior
Thanks to DW5304 for the venue
darkwind tried to show off a pager hacking demo. I believe we were getting some new and unknown interference on the RF band he was trying to hack. Not going to call this one as a demo fail, since the new RF interference is interesting.
DAS BOOT. We lockpicked a TRIMAX car boot, using a BIC pen. I think time from the package being opened to it being picked was less than 30 min. Once we got a process going, we could pick it in under 17 seconds, just a BIC pen. Video exists of this, we’ll try to get it put up soon. TRIMAX: your product sucks, BIC: your products rule.
<REDACTED2> showcased a hack to Southwest’s boarding zone/boarding number system. Want to be in line as A17 and not B47? <REDACTED2> showed us how.
We also discussed a new DC414 DEFCON Groups point-of-contact. That has now been set and communicated to the DEFCON person responsible. We’ll once again be recognized as an active group!
Titles are updated. If you look under the contact portion of our page, most of the goofy titles will be updated there.
You’ll note I left some names out as <REDACTED>. If you want your name/nickname there, let me know. I don’t want our recaps to be a blast of “CRASH OVERLOAD HAXXORD THE GIBSON” to the Internet and anyone who may see it and cause trouble for the person who did the hack. (Some names have since been approved to be un-redacted)
That’s all the demos I can recall.
Next meeting: Jan 8th, 2016.
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
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 fully IPv6 friendly and some improvements to the VPN. Then I gave a demo of how BeEF when used with Metasploit can pwn browsers from the inside out. dw5304 stepped in and showed us how to use the windows 7 UI on windows 8 with out having to worry about updates messing things up. Then Noize stepped up and gave us all a great introduction to Subterfuge, a MITM framework that utilizes arp attacks. Then I attempted to give another demo but failed, more on that later 😉 We spent the rest of the night drinking, eating cupcakes “thanx darkwinds wife” and loling at horror pics of server rooms and wiring closets. Congrats to Castor, Tony, and Peppergomez for winning the dc414 free junk giveaway!! Enjoy your junk guys 😛
We got $42 in donations which paid for the pizza and some of the beer with nothing left over for the server :/ which cost about $71 a month. Remember your donations are what keeps dc414 running smoothly for YOU!!!!
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!
Here is Faraday with his raffle winnings!
Here is Castor and his free junk from dc414
The super awesome genero donated a box of goodies to dc414 and we decided to raffle the entire box off at the next meeting. Tickets are $20 each, or three for $50. The more you buy the better your chances of winning are! You can secure your tickets now by clicking the donate link on the right (make sure to include your contact information) or get them at the next meeting.
We will be raffling the goodies off next meeting.
Here is a list of what’s inside:
RadioShack scanner radio, needs 12v power supply – img
Fiber to Ethernet converter – img
Finger print reader – img
PC fan still in the box – img
Bluetooth Mouse – img
Cisco Wifi antenna – img
Cable box – img
belkin video switch – img
LAN cable tester – img
IP Camera with two way audio – img
cell jammer, broken power button – img
PS3 camera – img
Linksys switch, needs power supply – img
InFocus projector, MIGHT need bulb – img
Slingbox, needs to be reset – img
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33Ghz 4M Cache 1333Mhz FSB – img
Veo PTZ IP Camera x2 – img
Ethernet card for desktop – img
Parallax Basic module – img
Wireless Ethernet Bridge, needs reset – img
Linksys WAP, needs power supply – img
VX-5 ham radio, needs new batteries, charger, and antenna – img
Dlink ip cam x2 – img
That is a lot of stuff for just 20 bucks, but you can’t win with out a ticket so be sure to get yours and have a chance to walk away with that treasure trove of electronics!
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.
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.
June’s meeting was great! More new faces, lots of beer, and plenty of pizza 🙂 Ngharo got things started by making a few announcements like our new VPN that is available for donating members, and asking everyone what they are hacking ATM and what they wanna hack next. I was up next and talked about the new server and some of the sections of the site. Then Ulic gave us all the 411 on the Flamer virus sweeping the middle east and some of its unique features. dw5304 took over and gave a sweet demo on how to hack/mod the xbox360, complete with code and points of solder. We got some great pictures this time thanx to cmoney which you can view here. Congrats to nikto, Tony, and Ulic for winning the dc414 free junk giveaway.
Here is nikto and his dc414 junk 🙂
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