Friday, September 4, 2009

It's that time again!

Today is the first Friday in September, and we all know what that means (2600, duh.)

We will be meeting downtown at our usual location, Backspace. The meeting should get started sometime between 6 & 7 PM. Todays forecast is looking pretty good for September in Portland, with a high of 72 degrees; a little warm for hackers who prefer the cool glow of their LCD's, but I'm sure we'll be able to manage.

Postmodern will be giving a lightning talk on using Sinatra to quickly write phishing websites, and possibly give us a demonstration using Ronin::Web::Server to transparently proxy content for those interested.

In case you missed it, here is the recommended viewing for Septembers meeting:
  • The Origami PDF Framework (via Postmodern)
  • Attacking Interoperability [PDF] (via me)
  • Moxie Marlinspike's SSLSniff & SSLStrip (via Dean)
I look forward to seeing you all tonight!

Peace, love, & (http) cookies, sbit.


About the author:
Daniel is a Portland based independent security researcher. You can find him on Twitter.

1 comment:

ho said...

so ronery ;_;

no one is coming to my meetings ;_;

http://i406.photobucket.com/albums/pp144/Qix3/Computer/so-ronery.jpg

ok, seriously, what's going on in Portland these days?