Cancelled (9/21/18)

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About the Meeting Due to the football game on Friday our traditional weekly meeting is cancelled. We hope to see you all next week, or at the tailgate on Friday. Tailgating: Hack@UCF will be tailgating this Friday(9/21) before the game! Come hang out with us beginning at 3:30PM at spot 223 and enjoy snacks and… Read more »

CTF 101 (9/14/18)

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About the Meeting This week we will go over the basics of ‘Capture the Flag’ (CTF) competitions in ‘CTF101’! The meeting will be in a lightning talks format, with each person covering a different CTF category. David will cover Forensics, Peyton will cover Reverse Engineering, Levi will cover Cryptography, and Charlton will cover Web. The… Read more »

Typosquatting (9/6/2018)

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About the Meeting This week, the Raymond James Cyber Threats team will present a case study on typo squatting domains and financial fraud. For Tool time Shane will go over EvilURL, a tool for generating Unicode domains for domain squatting. Here is the link to the slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1C-AIOJM7MVKeDQmjiYqtxpU0IIPGeG5l6P6PKpoV_88/edit?usp=sharing And make sure to join us on… Read more »

First Meeting of the Year! (8/31/18)

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About the Meeting The first Hack@UCF meeting this semester will be this Friday, August 31st at 4:30 PM in BA 119. If you’re interested in cybersecurity, come and learn with us. We offer workshops that teach various security topics from the ground up. Our competitive teams, such as our three-time national champion CCDC Team, participate… Read more »

Elections (4/20/2018)

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About the Meeting This week, we want you (to vote in elections)! No seriously, we need you to vote for the next round of elected officials to take over for the next year. Your next executive board will be responsible for content planning and club organization so vote wisely! Please note you must be a… Read more »

Hacksplaining and Student Panel (4/13/2018)

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About the Meeting Join us this week for our “Success in Security” panel! We’ll have a panel of club members and alum from different security fields giving guidance on how to be successful in the industry. Make sure to come prepared with questions! For Tool Time, Jabari will be showing off Hacksplaining, a learning resource… Read more »

YARA and Post Exploitation (4/6/2018)

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About the Meeting This week, Levi will be covering post exploitation. Learn about what to do after you get that first shell, and how to expand your access. For Tool Time, Michael will be going over YARA, a tool for identifying and classifying malware based on custom rules. After the meeting, Harris representatives will be… Read more »

Iodine with Social Engineering and osint (3/30/2018)

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About the Meeting This week, Charlos and Levi will be covering the art of hacking people through Open Source Intelligence and Social Engineering. For Tool Time, Charlton will be going over iodine, a tool that lets you tunnel IPv4 data through a DNS server. Here are our meeting slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1gexTpUijqziojpsT-LgYoKMch9n2nUAxut3bQo1nFew/edit?usp=sharing

GDB, PEDA, Reverse Engineering & Exploitation (3/23/2018)

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About the Meeting This week, Ryan will talk about how to solve Reverse Engineering and Binary Exploiting problems without crying and questioning why you ever entered this field in the first place (design was so much less stressful and difficult). For Tool Time, Peyton will be going over GDB: a powerful debugging tool that will… Read more »

Intro to CTFs and SELinux (3/9/2018)

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About the Meeting Join us this week for an introduction to CTFs. We’ll be going over common types of CTF challenges and the tools used to solve them. For Tool Time, we’ll be going over SELinux, a security module that adds mandatory access control to Linux.   https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1epIzCiAQOyZkWB-8W7MGMIHxtzhMmoagwx4HLY7d9JA/edit?usp=sharing