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Wed 23rd Apr
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Open house night working on a bunch of Network Security topics including: Capture the flag CTF is a battleground where sysadmins, hackers, pen-testers, and programmers compete to protect their systems and servers from other attackers within the battleground network, and work to penetrate the systems of other teams for points and prizes. The tactics, and exploits are real. Which makes this one of the best ways to learn about information security. We will use this CTF as a basis for instructing attendees on the tools and techniques and theory used to perpetuate system defense, offensive countermeasures, and offensive attack. This Wednesday we'll be putting our team together, and building our fortress server.And helping people get setup with VPN acccess into the battleground Detailed explanation of the game here: ctf365.com/pages/game Rules here:  ctf365.com/pages/rules Blog:  blog.ctf365.com/
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NESIT (290 Pratt ST, Floor # 2, Meriden, CT 06450)
Mon 28th Apr
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Monday are our open micro-controller meetup kicks off at 7:00PM. During these unstructured sessions meetup attendees explore and experiment with different types of micro-controllers.
Stop down and join us as we dive into the world of PIC and Atmel atmega.
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Wed 30th Apr
7:00 pm
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Open house night working on a bunch of Network Security topics including:
Capture the flag
CTF is a battleground where sysadmins, hackers, pen-testers, and programmers compete to protect their systems and servers from other attackers within the battleground network, and work to penetrate the systems of other teams for points and prizes. The tactics, and exploits are real. Which makes this one of the best ways to learn about information security.
We will use this CTF as a basis for instructing attendees on the tools and techniques and theory used to perpetuate system defense, offensive countermeasures, and offensive attack.
This Wednesday we'll be putting our team together, and building our fortress server.And helping people get setup with VPN acccess into the battleground

Detailed explanation of the game here:
ctf365.com/pages/game
Rules here:
ctf365.com/pages/rules
Blog:
blog.ctf365.com/
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Thu 1st May
7:30 pm
10:30 pm
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Monthly board meeting - transparent and open to all.
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Mon 5th May
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Monday are our open micro-controller meetup kicks off at 7:00PM. During these unstructured sessions meetup attendees explore and experiment with different types of micro-controllers.
Stop down and join us as we dive into the world of PIC and Atmel atmega.
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Wed 7th May
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Open house night working on a bunch of Network Security topics including:
Capture the flag
CTF is a battleground where sysadmins, hackers, pen-testers, and programmers compete to protect their systems and servers from other attackers within the battleground network, and work to penetrate the systems of other teams for points and prizes. The tactics, and exploits are real. Which makes this one of the best ways to learn about information security.
We will use this CTF as a basis for instructing attendees on the tools and techniques and theory used to perpetuate system defense, offensive countermeasures, and offensive attack.
This Wednesday we'll be putting our team together, and building our fortress server.And helping people get setup with VPN acccess into the battleground

Detailed explanation of the game here:
ctf365.com/pages/game
Rules here:
ctf365.com/pages/rules
Blog:
blog.ctf365.com/
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Mon 12th May
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Monday are our open micro-controller meetup kicks off at 7:00PM. During these unstructured sessions meetup attendees explore and experiment with different types of micro-controllers.
Stop down and join us as we dive into the world of PIC and Atmel atmega.
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Wed 14th May
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Open house night working on a bunch of Network Security topics including:
Capture the flag
CTF is a battleground where sysadmins, hackers, pen-testers, and programmers compete to protect their systems and servers from other attackers within the battleground network, and work to penetrate the systems of other teams for points and prizes. The tactics, and exploits are real. Which makes this one of the best ways to learn about information security.
We will use this CTF as a basis for instructing attendees on the tools and techniques and theory used to perpetuate system defense, offensive countermeasures, and offensive attack.
This Wednesday we'll be putting our team together, and building our fortress server.And helping people get setup with VPN acccess into the battleground

Detailed explanation of the game here:
ctf365.com/pages/game
Rules here:
ctf365.com/pages/rules
Blog:
blog.ctf365.com/
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Mon 19th May
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Monday are our open micro-controller meetup kicks off at 7:00PM. During these unstructured sessions meetup attendees explore and experiment with different types of micro-controllers.
Stop down and join us as we dive into the world of PIC and Atmel atmega.
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Wed 21st May
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Open house night working on a bunch of Network Security topics including:
Capture the flag
CTF is a battleground where sysadmins, hackers, pen-testers, and programmers compete to protect their systems and servers from other attackers within the battleground network, and work to penetrate the systems of other teams for points and prizes. The tactics, and exploits are real. Which makes this one of the best ways to learn about information security.
We will use this CTF as a basis for instructing attendees on the tools and techniques and theory used to perpetuate system defense, offensive countermeasures, and offensive attack.
This Wednesday we'll be putting our team together, and building our fortress server.And helping people get setup with VPN acccess into the battleground

Detailed explanation of the game here:
ctf365.com/pages/game
Rules here:
ctf365.com/pages/rules
Blog:
blog.ctf365.com/
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Mon 26th May
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Monday are our open micro-controller meetup kicks off at 7:00PM. During these unstructured sessions meetup attendees explore and experiment with different types of micro-controllers.
Stop down and join us as we dive into the world of PIC and Atmel atmega.
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Wed 28th May
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Open house night working on a bunch of Network Security topics including:
Capture the flag
CTF is a battleground where sysadmins, hackers, pen-testers, and programmers compete to protect their systems and servers from other attackers within the battleground network, and work to penetrate the systems of other teams for points and prizes. The tactics, and exploits are real. Which makes this one of the best ways to learn about information security.
We will use this CTF as a basis for instructing attendees on the tools and techniques and theory used to perpetuate system defense, offensive countermeasures, and offensive attack.
This Wednesday we'll be putting our team together, and building our fortress server.And helping people get setup with VPN acccess into the battleground

Detailed explanation of the game here:
ctf365.com/pages/game
Rules here:
ctf365.com/pages/rules
Blog:
blog.ctf365.com/
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Mon 2nd Jun
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Monday are our open micro-controller meetup kicks off at 7:00PM. During these unstructured sessions meetup attendees explore and experiment with different types of micro-controllers.
Stop down and join us as we dive into the world of PIC and Atmel atmega.
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Wed 4th Jun
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Open house night working on a bunch of Network Security topics including:
Capture the flag
CTF is a battleground where sysadmins, hackers, pen-testers, and programmers compete to protect their systems and servers from other attackers within the battleground network, and work to penetrate the systems of other teams for points and prizes. The tactics, and exploits are real. Which makes this one of the best ways to learn about information security.
We will use this CTF as a basis for instructing attendees on the tools and techniques and theory used to perpetuate system defense, offensive countermeasures, and offensive attack.
This Wednesday we'll be putting our team together, and building our fortress server.And helping people get setup with VPN acccess into the battleground

Detailed explanation of the game here:
ctf365.com/pages/game
Rules here:
ctf365.com/pages/rules
Blog:
blog.ctf365.com/
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Thu 5th Jun
7:30 pm
10:30 pm
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Monthly board meeting - transparent and open to all.
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Mon 9th Jun
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Monday are our open micro-controller meetup kicks off at 7:00PM. During these unstructured sessions meetup attendees explore and experiment with different types of micro-controllers.
Stop down and join us as we dive into the world of PIC and Atmel atmega.
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Wed 11th Jun
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Open house night working on a bunch of Network Security topics including:
Capture the flag
CTF is a battleground where sysadmins, hackers, pen-testers, and programmers compete to protect their systems and servers from other attackers within the battleground network, and work to penetrate the systems of other teams for points and prizes. The tactics, and exploits are real. Which makes this one of the best ways to learn about information security.
We will use this CTF as a basis for instructing attendees on the tools and techniques and theory used to perpetuate system defense, offensive countermeasures, and offensive attack.
This Wednesday we'll be putting our team together, and building our fortress server.And helping people get setup with VPN acccess into the battleground

Detailed explanation of the game here:
ctf365.com/pages/game
Rules here:
ctf365.com/pages/rules
Blog:
blog.ctf365.com/
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Mon 16th Jun
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Monday are our open micro-controller meetup kicks off at 7:00PM. During these unstructured sessions meetup attendees explore and experiment with different types of micro-controllers.
Stop down and join us as we dive into the world of PIC and Atmel atmega.
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Wed 18th Jun
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Open house night working on a bunch of Network Security topics including:
Capture the flag
CTF is a battleground where sysadmins, hackers, pen-testers, and programmers compete to protect their systems and servers from other attackers within the battleground network, and work to penetrate the systems of other teams for points and prizes. The tactics, and exploits are real. Which makes this one of the best ways to learn about information security.
We will use this CTF as a basis for instructing attendees on the tools and techniques and theory used to perpetuate system defense, offensive countermeasures, and offensive attack.
This Wednesday we'll be putting our team together, and building our fortress server.And helping people get setup with VPN acccess into the battleground

Detailed explanation of the game here:
ctf365.com/pages/game
Rules here:
ctf365.com/pages/rules
Blog:
blog.ctf365.com/
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Mon 23rd Jun
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Monday are our open micro-controller meetup kicks off at 7:00PM. During these unstructured sessions meetup attendees explore and experiment with different types of micro-controllers.
Stop down and join us as we dive into the world of PIC and Atmel atmega.
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Wed 25th Jun
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Open house night working on a bunch of Network Security topics including:
Capture the flag
CTF is a battleground where sysadmins, hackers, pen-testers, and programmers compete to protect their systems and servers from other attackers within the battleground network, and work to penetrate the systems of other teams for points and prizes. The tactics, and exploits are real. Which makes this one of the best ways to learn about information security.
We will use this CTF as a basis for instructing attendees on the tools and techniques and theory used to perpetuate system defense, offensive countermeasures, and offensive attack.
This Wednesday we'll be putting our team together, and building our fortress server.And helping people get setup with VPN acccess into the battleground

Detailed explanation of the game here:
ctf365.com/pages/game
Rules here:
ctf365.com/pages/rules
Blog:
blog.ctf365.com/
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Mon 30th Jun
7:00 pm
10:00 pm
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Monday are our open micro-controller meetup kicks off at 7:00PM. During these unstructured sessions meetup attendees explore and experiment with different types of micro-controllers.
Stop down and join us as we dive into the world of PIC and Atmel atmega.
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Thu 3rd Jul
7:30 pm
10:30 pm
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Monthly board meeting - transparent and open to all.
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