meeting reminder for May 3rd 2013
The IRC Webportal is now back online!
Join us for the next Spokane 2600 monthly meeting (first Friday of each month), 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. We will be talking about Networking, setting up servers, C++ programming, and more. If there is anything you would like to talk about or show us at the meeting please feel free to bring it up as our meetings are open discussion as always. Hope to see more new faces at the meeting this month, we always welcome new members to our meeting. If you have any questions please feel free to leave a comment.
Meeting reminder, join us Friday Jan 4th for our first 2013 meeting!
Capture the flag hacker style
flyers available for download in the Downloads section of our site
Freenode SASL authentication bypass vulnerability.
the first programmable t shirt!!! This thing is awsome...
new wrist band music player by creative is out
the new dialspeed padlock made by Masterlock is not only more secure but it has some really cool features
Microsoft is warning Windows Vista and Windows 7 users to disable sidebar and gadgets due to the many vulnerabilities.
This years DEFCON schedule is up!!!
Something that not many know but is a security feature implemented in all ATM's
PHP 5.4 has gained optimizations that result in a 20% increase in performance
facebook rewards hackers for breaking in as long as they follow the rules
following up on last months meeting where we talked about robots, lego mindstorm, and the arduino. Arduino mods are only limited by your imagination!
You may have noticed your user accounts are gone, read here to find out why.
Info about our new Facebook page! find us at http://www.facebook.com/Spokane2600
Updated to clarify that Google‘s Pwnium contest will take place separately from the Zero Day Initiative’s Pwn2Own competition. Who says crime doesn't pay? Next week hackers will be gathering in Vancouver for the annual hackathon—Pwn2Own at the CanSecWest security conference. The competition pits the leading Web browsers—IE, Firefox, Safari and Chrome—against some crafty coders determined to break Google's undefeated three-year winning streak.