10.12.18

October DC206 Meeting: Exploring PowerShell, by Dr0m3 and Potato

Posted in Uncategorized at 06:52 by Lee Fisher

What: October DC206 Meeting, Locksport, and BBQ
When: October 21st (3rd Sundays), 11:00am-~4:00pm
Where: Black Lodge Research
Who: (Dr0m3, Potato, Hattz, Dune, Panic, and the DC206 community)

[We’ve been trying to get a Powershell speaker for a while!]

** 11:00am-1:00pm: LOCKSPORT EVENT:

Dune will be running a Locksport event, starting at 11:00 until 1:00.

** 1:00pm-?: DC206 MEETING PRESENTATION:

Exploring PowerShell
by Dr0m3 and Potato

This presentation explores the history of PowerShell and its evolution into an OS agnostic scripting tool. Focusing on its use in enterprise computing for Windows OS, we will also be exploring current implementations for Unix-based systems.

We will go over the basics to understand the modules under the hood, creation of modules and cmdlets (regardless of the OS), and modern implementations for DevOps and Red Teaming.

Michael (Dr0m3) and Stephen (Potato)

Pending permission of the second speaker, this event will be videotaped by Panic. During event, remote users can interactively ask questions to speaker. You’ll need to sign in to Google Chat on the below Youtube URL. If you cannot attend, here’s the URL for the live streaming (and afterward, a copy of the video):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKZlVqAQ60g

Learn more about PowerShell:

https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell
https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/tree/master/docs/learning-powershell
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/scripting/powershell-scripting?view=powershell-6
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/183.windows-powershell-survival-guide.aspx
https://mva.microsoft.com/training-topics/powershell#!lang=1033
https://github.com/PowerShellMafia/PowerSploit
https://github.com/EmpireProject/Empire
https://github.com/janikvonrotz/awesome-powershell

** post-EVENT BBQ:

The BBQ starts after the presentation ends. This month the chef will be Hattz. We’re planning hamburgers and some brats. We’d welcome some additional dishes, as well as some decent hard ciders and beers. You can donate to the Black Lodge Research directly:

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=743VSYX72C7G2

https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/3GIXQQ7XSJ3Q1?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ep_ws_VlWKBbCSZKFHA

** MORE INFO:

Black Lodge Research:
17725 NE 65th St, A-155; Evans Business Park, Bldg A; Redmond, WA 98052
Building A, mid-building, between the coffee roaster and the security company.
Park facing the street, not in front of other businesses, or you may get towed.

Black Lodge Research

Redmond, WA
171 Members

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09.09.18

September DC206 Meeting, Locksport, and BBQ: Cloud Forensics

Posted in Uncategorized at 12:01 by Lee Fisher

What: September DC206 Meeting, Locksport, and BBQ
When: September 16th (3rd Sundays), 11:00am-~4:00pm
Where: Black Lodge Research
Who: (Hattz, Dune, Spooney, Panic, and the DC206 community)

Locksport begins at 11:00a; DC206 Meeting presentation begins at 1:00pm; BBQ begins when the presentation is done.

** LOCKSPORT EVENT:

Dune will be running a Locksport event, starting at 11:00 until 1:00.

** DC206 MEETING PRESENTATION:

Cloud Forensics
by Hattz

Abstract:

This presentation introduces onsite and cloud based forensic tools, focusing on windows boxes, it includes tips and tricks to make Linux forensics painless as well.

I’ll go over tools and techniques to do an onsite forensic investigation, focusing on free and open source tools. I’ll go through basics of Azure and Amazon cloud forensics, how to get VHDs down, and perform forensics for region locked data. I’ll cover basics of legal concerns as well as evidence preservation.

There will be cursing, Shmoo balls, and drinking for cybers.

Bio:

Hattz does Azure DFIR at Microsoft.

This event will be videotaped by Panic. During event, remote users can interactively ask questions to speaker. You’ll need to sign in to Google Chat on the below Youtube URL. If you cannot attend, here’s the URL for the live streaming (and afterward, a copy of the video):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aartj02UO6M

** POST-EVENT BBQ:

This month the chef will be Spooney. We’re planning hamburgers and some brats.

Please feel free to bring a side-dish, or some additional meat. The BLR fridge always needs restocking with decent beers and hard ciders. Vegetarians, please bring something you can eat: the salad — and for the most part the fake tofu/etc meats — we’ve brought in recent months has been ignored.

You can donate $12 to help us restock our beverages, using Paypal:
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=743VSYX72C7G2

You can also buy some supplies, using Amazon Wishlist:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/3GIXQQ7XSJ3Q1?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ep_ws_VlWKBbCSZKFHA

** MORE INFO:

Black Lodge Research:
17725 NE 65th St, A-155
Evans Business Park, Bldg A
Redmond, WA 98052
Building A, mid-building, between the coffee roaster and the security
company.
Park facing the street, not in front of other businesses, or you may get
towed.

Black Lodge Research

Redmond, WA
154 Members

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08.17.18

August DC206 Meeting: Post Summer Camp Cookout

Posted in Uncategorized at 13:47 by Lee Fisher

Message from {sp00ns}:

Post Summer Camp Cookout THIS SUNDAY (8/19/2018)

Howdy folks,

Hacker Summer Camp has finished for yet another year, and you know what that means. The DC206 Post Summer Camp decompress cookout at Black Lodge Research!

Instead of our regularly scheduled DC206 meeting, head over to Black Lodge Research on Sunday August 19, 2018 at around 1pm to hang out with your fellow hackers/makers/geeks of various flavors. Did you catch some good talks? Contests? Parties? Did you learn something new/cool? Maybe you didn’t go at all, and just want to hang out with other folks equally as awesome as yourself. Come on by and strike up a conversation to find out what all the fuss is about. Or maybe you just love your friendly neighborhood hackerspace and want to come and enjoy some tasty food.

As should always be, our post-conference reverie will have delicious grilled meats (and non-meats for those who have stepped off the meaty path), a lot of sides, and a whole mess of other delicious things. If there is something you enjoy, bring it along! We’re an adventurous bunch, and new foods are always fun!

Once that big day-star begins to dip below the horizon, there is a strong possibility that a projector will find it’s way outside to show some thematically appropriate cinematic masterpieces.

See you there!

Meetup.com info:

August DC206 Meeting: Post Defcon Barbecue and Movie Night

Sunday, Aug 19, 2018, 1:00 PM

Black Lodge Research
17725 NE 65th St Redmond, WA

6 Members Attending

What: August DC206 Post Defcon BBQ When: Augusy 19th (3rd Sundays), 1:00 pm to 12:00 AM Where: Black Lodge Research Update: The post Defcon BBQ will start at 1:00 PM instead of 3:00 PM. Feel free to come by any time after 1:00 PM. Please join us for the post Defcon Barbecue! Bring some food to share and enjoy what others have brought. Talk about wh…

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06.28.18

July DC206 Meeting, BBQ, and locksport (Keeping it Local: Home automation for the security-minded hacker)

Posted in Uncategorized at 15:02 by Lee Fisher

What: July DC206 Meeting, Locksport, and BBQ
When: July 15th (3rd Sundays), 11:00am-~4:00pm
Where: Black Lodge Research
Who: (Ben, Dune, Morgan, Spooney, and DC206 community)

Locksport begins at 11a, speaker(s) at 1p, BBQ after presentation is over.

** LOCKSPORT EVENT:

Dune will be running a Locksport event, starting at 11:00 until 1:00.

** DC206 MEETING PRESENTATION:

Keeping it Local: Home automation for the security-minded hacker

We’ll talk about low-cost and security-friendly solutions for running
your own home automation system, using off the shelf parts and a broadly
supported open source software stack. Topics will include running your
own server, lighting choices, and quick automation tasks that we’ve
found improved our quality of life with only a little work.

Bios:

Ben is a cycling enthusiast and software engineer who likes to play with
electronics when he gets the chance.

Morgan is a student and hacker with a soft spot for very loud keyboards.

[In case the speaker has some last-minute issue and cannot attend, the
backup presentation will be Blibbet, with a draft version of a new talk
with a checklist of guidance for UEFI firmware DFIR defenders, and demos
of FWAudit (Firmware Audit), a new open source firmware security tool.]

** POST-EVENT BBQ:

This month the chef will be Spooney.

We’re planning hamburgers and brats. Please feel free to bring a
side-dish, or some additional meat.
We’re not critically low at the moment, but the fridge always needs
restocking with decent beers and hard ciders.
Vegetarians, please bring something you can eat: the salad — and for
the most part the fake tofu/etc meats — we’ve brought in recent months
has been ignored.

** MORE INFO:

Black Lodge Research:
17725 NE 65th St, A-155
Evans Business Park, Bldg A
Redmond, WA 98052
Building A, mid-building, between the coffee roaster and the security
company.
Park facing the street, not in front of other businesses, or you may get
towed.

Black Lodge Research

Redmond, WA
126 Members

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Thursday, Jun 28, 2018, 7:00 PM
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05.27.18

announce: June DC206 Meeting: Fun With Electricity! An introduction to Erotic Electrostimulation

Posted in Uncategorized at 12:41 by Lee Fisher

What: June DC206 Meeting, Locksport, and BBQ
When: June 17th (3rd Sundays), 11:00am-~4:00pm
Where: Black Lodge Research
Who: (Uncle Ira, Dune, Hattz, and DC206 community)

Locksport begins at 11a, speaker at 1p, BBQ after presentation is over.

Unlike most DC206 Meetings, this one is not for children. Speaker says
it is rated PG or R, depending what folks are comfortable with. 🙂

Note this Sunday is Father’s Day, so get that out of the way early or late.

** LOCKSPORT EVENT:

Dune will be running a Locksport event, starting at 11:00 until 1:00.

** DC206 MEETING PRESENTATION:

Fun With Electricity! An introduction to Erotic Electrostimulation
by uncle Ira

The type of electrical play that we are discussing here is called
TENS/EMS use. (Transcutaneous (through the skin) Electrical Nerve
Stimulation, or Electrical Muscle Stimulation) This stimulation can
provide a wide spectrum of sensations, from a light tickle through
extreme pain. This all depends on the placement of the electrodes, and
the electrical parameters of the signal applied. Electrical play does
require some experimentation, as every person has different responses to
electrical stimulation as well as preconceived notions of what to
expect. A basic understanding of electricity and its effects on the
human body will make this experimentation more enjoyable, and prevent
any unpleasant surprises.

This course will have hands-on hands-on demonstrations, both with
volunteers from the audience, and passing small TENS units and pads
around for participants to try on themselves, questions and answer
session afterwards.

I will be bringing an audio amplifier and speakers to let participants
hear what the various stimulation waveforms sound like. If someone
were to bring a pc-based oscilloscope, or spectrum analyzer along to
display the waveforms involved, it would add a whole new dimension
to the class.

Ira Moser, aka ‘uncle Ira’ is a kinky mad scientist, I’ve been ‘in the
scene’ for about 15 years, and doing demos of electro-sex tools and
techniques in local parties and events for the last five years or so.
Just recently having done a class in such. Involved in the
Defcon/Hack/Sec community for 20+ years, in business for 38 years, with
an emphasis on surplus hardware sales at MECO <https://www.meco.org/>.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transcutaneous_electrical_nerve_stimulation

In case the speaker has some last-minute issue and cannot attend, the
backup presentation will be Blibbet, with a draft version of a new talk
with a checklist of guidance for UEFI firmware DFIR defenders, and demos
of FWAudit (Firmware Audit), a new open source firmware security tool.

** POST-EVENT BBQ:

This month the chef will be Hattz.

We’re planning hamburgers and brats. Please feel free to bring a
side-dish, or some additional meat.
We’re not critically low at the moment, but the fridge always needs
restocking with decent beers and hard ciders.
Vegetarians, please bring something you can eat: the salad — and for
the most part the fake tofu/etc meats — we’ve brought in recent months
has been ignored.

** MORE INFO:

Black Lodge Research:
17725 NE 65th St, A-155
Evans Business Park, Bldg A
Redmond, WA 98052
Building A, mid-building, between the coffee roaster and the security
company.
Park facing the street, not in front of other businesses, or you may get
towed.

Black Lodge Research

Redmond, WA
108 Members

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Thursday, May 31, 2018, 7:00 PM
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05.09.18

announce: May DC206 Meeting

Posted in Uncategorized at 10:37 by Lee Fisher

What: May DC206 Meeting, Locksport, and BBQ
When: May 20th (3rd Sundays), 11:00am-~4:00pm
Where: Black Lodge Research
Who: (Hoc Genu, 0xFED, Dune, Hattz, and DC206 community)

Locksport begins at 11a, speaker(s) at 1p, BBQ after presentation is over.

** LOCKSPORT EVENT:

Dune will be running a Locksport event, starting at 11:00 until 1:00.

** DC206 MEETING PRESENTATION:

The Official Black Lodge Research Capture the Flag Announcement

by Hoc Genu and 0xFED

Announcing the official Black Lodge Research capture the flag! Revealing the plans for the future. We’ll talk about how it started, what has been accomplished so far, and our vision for the future.

Hoc Genu is an IT professional at the beginning of his career. He is currently the Meetup.com maintainer for BLR. He has presented on bash scripting at BLR and continues to learn about all aspects of technology.

0xFED is a security researcher who enjoys the art of pwning. He assembled his first computer at the age of 5, and hasn’t stopped messing with them since. He also has a few years of experience working in a Cyber Defense Operations Center, and also has a Microsoft Security Researcher Acknowledgment (which almost included a complimentary visit from the FBI). His personal and professional interests include: Pen testing, Vulnerability Analysis, CTF, Forensics, Incident response, and Exploit development.

This presentation will NOT be videotaped.

In case the speaker has some last-minute issue and cannot attend, the backup presentation will be Blibbet, with a draft version of a new talk with a checklist of guidance for UEFI firmware DFIR defenders, and demos of FWAudit (Firmware Audit), a new open source firmware security tool.

** POST-EVENT BBQ:

This month the chef will be Hattz.

We’re planning hamburgers and brats, some salad. Please feel free to bring a side-dish, or some additional meat. The fridge has some beer and hard cider, it always needs restocking. This month somone has donated a larger BBQ to the lodge, so the chef will have more grilling bandwith capacity.

** MORE INFO:

Black Lodge Research:
17725 NE 65th St, A-155; Evans Business Park, Bldg A; Redmond, WA 98052
Building A, mid-building, between the coffee roaster and the security company.
Park facing the street, not in front of other businesses, or you may get towed.
https://www.facebook.com/BlackLodgeResearch/
https://blacklodgeresearch.org/
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2184616237#map=19/47.66334/-122.10399
https://map.what3words.com/warm.rapid.epic
https://dc206.org/
http://lists.dc206.org/listinfo.cgi/list-dc206.org

Black Lodge Research

Redmond, WA
104 Members

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04.09.18

Announce: April DC206 Meeting/BBQ/locksport: Securing the 2020 Election Process

Posted in Uncategorized at 13:15 by Lee Fisher

When: Apr 15 (3rd Sundays), 11:00am-~4:00pm
What: April DC206 Meeting, Locksport, and BBQ
Where: Black Lodge Research
Who: (Dave Dittrich, Dune, Colby, Hattz, and DC206 community)

Locksport begins at 11a, speaker at 1p, BBQ after presentation is over.

—–

LOCKSPORT EVENT:

Dune will be running a Locksport event, starting at 11:00 until 1:00.

—–

DC206 MEETING PRESENTATION:

Securing the 2020 Election Process
by Dave Dittrich

The 2016 election showed that common phishing techniques work well against political campaign staff, allowing access to sensitive information and communications that are dumped, then pumped by sock puppets and individuals manipulated using advanced marketing techniques. The targeting of individuals for manipulation may have been driven by stolen voter registration roles, unethically obtained Facebook user data, and some votes may have been suppressed by alteration of voter roles and disruption of voter sign-in systems. A pair of Medium articles break this all down and identifies a gap in efforts to prevent a recurrence in the 2018 or 2020 election cycles:

https://medium.com/@dave.dittrich/securing-the-2020-election-process-part-1-96bab810cb8e
https://medium.com/@dave.dittrich/securing-the-2020-election-process-part-2-962ed2aff69e

This talk with focus on the principle gap — operational security of political campaign staff and candidates — and examine an open source platform that can address this gap. After this overview, interested audience members prepared with their own laptops will be taken through a “hands-on” exercise to stand up a subset of the proposed platform (the Trident portal component).

The hacker mindset takes knowledge of how a system works and applies it so as to make the system do things that most people (including those who originally developed the system) hadn’t imagined. The security mindset takes knowledge of how malicious actors compromise people and systems and applies it to incrementally improve the system so it is easier for users to “do the right things” (i.e., improve their daily OPSEC!) DC206 members can help prepare this system for use in securing the 2018 and 2020 elections by finding and fixing bugs, locking down components, helping complete or add new features, and hacking it to do even more things (like serving as a pop-up AlgoVPN server for securing yourself when traveling), or to use as a secure open source software development system with continuous integration/continuous delivery capabilities!

If you wish to participate in the hands-on portion, come prepared with at least the following:

* A Mac or Linux (Debian or Ubuntu) laptop.
* A DigitalOcean account.
* A DNS domain to use for your D2 system, pointing to the DigitalOcean NS servers. (This takes several hours to propagate, so definitely do this by Saturday night.)

These steps are detailed here:

https://davedittrich.readthedocs.io/projects/ansible-dims-playbooks/en/latest/clouddevelopment.html#getting-started

Dave Dittrich (@davedittrich) is a Cyber Security Researcher at the Center for Data Science, University of Washington Tacoma.
https://staff.washington.edu/dittrichhttps://github.com/davedittrich

This presentation will be videotaped, thanks to Colby.

In case the speaker has some last-minute issue and cannot attend, the backup presentation will be Blibbet, with a draft version of a new talk with a checklist of guidance for UEFI firmware DFIR defenders, and demos of FWAudit (Firmware Audit), a new open source firmware security tool.

—–

POST-EVENT BBQ:

This month the chef will be Hattz.

We’re planning hamburgers and brats, some salad. Please feel free to bring a side-dish, or some additional meat. The fridge has some beer and hard cider, it always needs restocking.

—–

Black Lodge Research:
17725 NE 65th St, A-155
Evans Business Park, Bldg A
Redmond, WA 98052
Building A, mid-building, between the coffee roaster and the security company.
Park facing the street, not in front of other businesses, or you may get towed.

Black Lodge Research

Redmond, WA
95 Members

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Open Hack Night

Thursday, Apr 12, 2018, 7:00 PM
2 Attending

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03.18.18

UPDATE: March DC206 Meeting!

Posted in Uncategorized at 06:41 by Lee Fisher

Ignore the last post, the speaker is unable to attend.

Instead, Spooney will be doing badge-making, see this Tweet:

and this Facebag post:

https://www.facebook.com/events/207757623306025/

Unclear if the locksport port of the event will happen, since it was earlier cancelled, by previous speaker.

03.17.18

March DC206 Meeting: Terry on ICS security

Posted in Uncategorized at 14:03 by Lee Fisher

When: Mar 18 (3rd Sundays), 11:00am-~4:00pm
What: March DC206 Meeting
Where: Black Lodge Research
Who: (Dune, Terry, Colby, Hattz and/or Spooney)

Locksport begins at 11a, speaker at 1p, BBQ after presentation is over.

—–

LOCKSPORT EVENT:

Dune will be running a Locksport event, starting at 11:00 until 1:00.

—–

DC206 MEETING PRESENTATION:

ICS Time Warp: Rolling back the clock 10 years
by Terry

Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are a poorly understood technology by many in security, yet are common to most corporations. The power management systems that run your favorite sports arena, the badging systems that unlocks many, many doors and the HVAC systems that cool critical data and control centers are all forms of control systems. With terms like smart buildings, smart cities and smart factories all falling under the Internet of Things (IoT) umbrella how do we defend, or my personal favorite attack, these systems. Come join us as we explore the different flavors of control systems and learn how to incorporate them into assessments, defense strategies and research projects. Too many systems, so little time…

This presentation will be videotaped, thanks to Colby.

—–

POST-EVENT BBQ:

This month the chef will be Hattz. Or Spooney.

We’re planning hamburgers, brats, a few chicken breasts, some vegetarian salad. The fridge has some beer and hard cider.

Please feel free to bring some new beverages to help restock the BLR fridge. And/or a side-dish for the BBQ.

Veg[eteri]ans, there will be salad. Beyond that, please bring something you can eat; sorry.

—–

Black Lodge Research:
Park facing the street, not in front of other businesses, or you may get towed.
https://www.facebook.com/BlackLodgeResearch/
https://blacklodgeresearch.org/
17725 NE 65th St, A-155; Evans Business Park, Bldg A; Redmond, WA 98052
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2184616237#map=19/47.66334/-122.10399
https://map.what3words.com/warm.rapid.epic
https://dc206.org/
http://lists.dc206.org/listinfo.cgi/list-dc206.org

Black Lodge Research

Redmond, WA
90 Members

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02.06.18

February DC206 Meeting: ICS Time Warp: Rolling back the clock 10 years (plus locksport and BBQ)

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:17 by Lee Fisher

When: Feb 18 (3rd Sundays), 11:00am-~4:00pm
What: February DC206 Meeting
Where: Black Lodge Research
Who: (Terry, Colby, Hattz)

Summary: Dune runs locksport starting at 11a, Terry speaks at 1p, Hattz runs BBQ starting after Terry finishes speaking.

—–

LOCKSPORT EVENT:

Dune will be running a Locksport event, starting at 11:00 until 1:00.

—–

DC206 MEETING PRESENTATION:

ICS Time Warp: Rolling back the clock 10 years
by Terry

Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are a poorly understood technology by many in security, yet are common to most corporations. The power management systems that run your favorite sports arena, the badging systems that unlocks many, many doors and the HVAC systems that cool critical data and control centers are all forms of control systems. With terms like smart buildings, smart cities and smart factories all falling under the Internet of Things (IoT) umbrella how do we defend, or my personal favorite attack, these systems. Come join us as we explore the different flavors of control systems and learn how to incorporate them into assessments, defense strategies and research projects. Too many systems, so little time…

This presentation will be videotaped, thanks to Colby.

—–

POST-EVENT BBQ:

This month the chef will be Hattz.

Veg[eteri]ans, please bring something you can eat, we’re planning on hamburgers.

—–

Black Lodge Research/DC206:
https://blacklodgeresearch.org/
17725 NE 65th St, A-155; Evans Business Park, Bldg A; Redmond, WA 98052
http://www.openstreetmap.org/node/2184616237#map=19/47.66334/-122.10399
https://map.what3words.com/warm.rapid.epic
Park facing the street, not in front of other businesses, or you’ll get towed.
https://dc206.org/
http://lists.dc206.org/listinfo.cgi/list-dc206.org
https://www.facebook.com/BlackLodgeResearch/

Black Lodge Research

Redmond, WA
80 Members

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Thursday, Feb 8, 2018, 7:00 PM
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