This Friday on February 9th we’ll be hosting our first DC443 Meetup.
What is it?
An evolution of the OSCP study group. It’s our goal to learn hands-on techniques, generally on the red-team side, as well as strengthening our CTF skills.
Casual but hands on.
This week I’ll start with a live walkthrough of a vulnerable vm, followed by a talk on web app hacking or DNS (TBD). In the future we’ll be sharing the walkthrough and demo duties.
We’ll be joined remotely by my friend and Google Redteamer, Mandatory: known for the .io takeover Korean DNS Link, crashsafari, winning thousands of pizzas (allegedly), and generally waiving his hands like a dark prophet. He’s on California time, so the talk won’t be getting started until about 8:00PM EST
In the meantime we’ll be doing a live walkthrough on the freshly retired HackTheBox Machine, “Solidstate”.
If you’re not already on there, here’s your homework: https://www.hackthebox.eu/invite
He’ll be covering DNS hacking or Web application Security. Hit the slack channel to find out which when we’re a bit closer.
GOAL: Hack stuff, Meet other people who like hacking stuff.
EQUIPMENT: Laptop with Kali / Your distro of choice. I use arch for development and Kali for wireless and convenience. a VM or bootable USB is fine. And BYOB
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate; Many of the people who have been attending were studying for, or now have our OSCP’s, have decent experience in linux and/or scripting, or have spent some time in ctf’s
PRESENTER: Flay / Mandatory