Bitcoin ATM

Check out the awesome new Bitcoin ATM project that Steve made. http://nesit.org/project/arduino/bitcoin-atm/

ASSESSING AND EXPLOITING WEB APPS WITH SAMURAIWTF

Introduction Starting Wednesday evening at 7:30PM we will kick off a collaborative learning sessions focused around SAMURAI-WTF. We’ll be basing our course around the Justin Searles / Raul Siles opencourseware given at BlackHat conference with many individuals giving presentations and demonstrations on different tools and everyone working on live targets. WHAT YOU SHOULD BRING Laptop with at least two USB ports (three ports preferred) Latest VMware Player, VMware Workstation, VWware Fusion installed. Other virtualization software such as Parallels or VirtualBox will probably work if the Read More +

July 2014 Board Meeting

Had to change it back to NESIT this evening due to weather. Middletown postponed the fireworks until Saturday Night. Facebook.com Event Page Meetup.com Event Page

Security Onion Class

Security Onion is a Linux distro for IDS, NSM, and log management. All in one simple to deploy package. Next Wednesday, 6/25, Roman will walk us through setup and use, and we’ll even fire a few attacks through it to show how attack information is presented. Hope to see everyone there. Class starts at 7:30PM Wednesday

BsidesCT Registration is open!

BSides Connecticut is an exciting day long information security conference hosted at Quinnipiac University’s beautiful York Hill campus. The campus sits adjacent to the picturesque peaks of Sleeping Giant Mountain in Hamden, Connecticut, which is just 90 minutes from New York City, two hours from Boston, and just eight miles north of New Haven. With this ideal venue for collaborative presentations, sharing of information and ideas, BSides Connecticut will help establish a much-needed link between information security professionals and the Connecticut technology community. Date:       Saturday, June 14th, 2014 Read More +