What: December DC206 Meeting
When: 3rd Sundays (Dec 18th), 1-3pm
Where: Black Lodge Research; 17725 NE 65th St, A-155; Evans Business Park, Building A; Redmond, WA 98052 USA
Introduction to Social Engineering
In this introductory presentation on social engineering, the speaker will dissect a few of his more fun engagements and walk through the prep work and psychological techniques that made the attacks work
Zach has over 10 years of experience with social engineering in a variety of roles, from defusing hostile people and drunk wrangling, to conning creds and gaining access as “your IT guy”. His enjoyment of studying human behavior and learning what makes people tick in combination with his ability to talk to anyone is what makes him successful in his practices.
When: 3rd Sundays (November 20th), 1-3pm
What: November DC206 Meeting, http://dc206.org/
Where: Black Lodge Research; 17725 NE 65th St, A-155; Evans Business Park, Building A; Redmond, WA 98052, http://blacklodgeresearch.org/
“Threat Modeling Lessons From Star Wars”
by Adam Shostack
Everyone knows you ought to threat model, but in practical reality it turns out to be tricky. If past efforts to threat model haven’t panned out, perhaps part of the problem is confusion over what works, and how the various approaches conflict or align. This talk captures lessons from years of work helping people throughout the software industry threat model more effectively. It’s designed to help security pros, developers and systems managers, all of whom will leave with both threat modeling lessons from Star Wars and a proven foundation, enabling them to threat model effectively.
Adam is an entrepreneur, technologist, author and game designer. He’s a member of the BlackHat Review Board, and helped found the CVE and many other things. He’s currently building his 5th startup, focused on improving security effectiveness, and mentors startups as a Mach37 Star Mentor. While at Microsoft, he drove the Autorun fix into Windows Update, was the lead designer of the SDL Threat Modeling Tool v3 and created the “Elevation of Privilege” game. Adam is the author of “Threat Modeling: Designing for Security,” and the co-author of “The New School of Information Security.”
What: September DC206 Meeting
Who: Zack and Dune: Lockpicking 101
Where: Black Lodge Research (17725 NE 65th St A-155; Evans Business Park; Building A; Redmond, WA 98052)
When: Sep 18 (3rd Sun of month), 1pm-3pm
After months of not happening, DC206 Meeting will be rebooting this month! Unlike last month’s post-DEF CON BBQ and Movie Night, the DC206 Meeting starts at 1pm.
Zach and Dune from the Seattle Lockpicking and Locksport group will be giving an introductory lessons on lockpicking. This will be a Lockpicking 101 style talk with the basics of picking pin tumbler locks along with time to practice as well as answering any questions you might have.
They will bring a few lockpicking sets to use, or to purchase (about $30). BLR will also be providing a few others. If you have existing tools, please bring those. If you have skills and/or tools you wish to contribute to lab, please bring them.
What: DEFCON Decompression BBQ & Movie Night
When: Sunday August 21st, 3pm – 11pm
Why: Because we care
Quoting Mr. Null’s DC206 list posting:
“Its that time again. BLR will be hosting our annual post DEFCON BBQ and Movie Night. Come down, yak on about the conference we just attended, and spend some time getting to know the crazy bastards you met in Vegas.”
For those on the facebooks:
For those that have been wondering what happened to the DC206 mailing list for the last week, here’s an update.
- On Monday 5/30 the box that hosts the mailing list went down unexpectedly. We initially believed that there was too much draw on the UPS and that was causing boxes to brown out.
- By Thursday 6/2 we concluded that the power supply in the server had failed. You could smell that the magic smoke had been let out of the PSU. We replaced the PSU in the server and it *seemed* to fix the problem till the unexpected shutdowns happened again. From what we can tell the PSU died and like some sort of copper and aluminum asshole, damaged he motherboard on the way out.
So, when will things be back up and operational? Unfortunately we are looking at another week to get the box fixed. The timing on this couldn’t be worse. Between a rush project at work and Toorcamp, I have had minimal cycles to work on this. Once I return from Toorcamp I will get a new mobo in the box and get us back up and running.
I apologize for any inconvenience this is causing.
A new site is in the works. In the meantime, go checkout blacklodgeresearch.org for meeting information and other goodies
Come join us from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at Black Lodge Research this upcoming Sunday. Ducksauz will be demo’ing a new 3d printer. Come learn how 3d printing works, how to do it, and maybe even ‘make a thing’!
17725 NE 65th St A-155
Redmond, WA 98052
Come join us this Sunday for October’s DC206 meeting. Ducksauz will be demo’ing a new 3d printer. Come down to Black Lodge Research this Sunday at 1pm to check out the printer and maybe even ‘make a thing’.
17725 NE 65th St A-155
Redmond, WA 98052
1:00pm – 4:00pm
DC206 this Sunday, 1pm @ Black Lodge Research. This months presenter is Breadtk who will be talking about home security. We will cover things that people can do to protect their homes from intruders, robbers, and other nefarious folks.
We’ll be having this months DC206 meeting on Sunday April 15th from 1-4pm at Black Lodge Research* in Redmond. This months topic is photography and will be presented by long time member Colby!
Also up for discussion the upcoming LinuxFestNW conference at the end of the month in Bellingham.
*17725 NE 65th St A-155, Redmond, WA 98052. Please park in the stalls at the end of the complex and not in front of the other businesses. People get touchy about ‘their’ parking and we want to be good neighbors.
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