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  • sprawlsimilar

    06 dec
    2013
    baythreat 4 - day one

    The year is almost over, but the infosec community in the Bay Area shows no signs of slowing down with the fourth annual BayThreat conference happening this Friday and Saturday. I always loved smaller hacker cons for their much more personable feel and few carefully selected talks that you can see without missing a dozen others. I love BayThreat not only because it is a local event, but also due to the overall quality of the talks and organization being on par with many of the larger cons.

    BayThreat 4 marks the return to the Hacker Dojo, albeit at a different location, which in my opinion is even better than the original. Below are a few writeups on the talks from the breaker track that I had a chance to attend. Read more.

    12 dec
    2013
    isec open forum bay area

    It feels like the infosec community in the Bay Area is just getting warmed up toward the end of the year with another quarterly iSec Open Forum. As a small and local security event, it usually hosts novel security topics from local security professionals that may not appear in more mainstream events. After getting to the talks area at the end of a long hall with folks from Dropbox zooming by on their skateboards and razorblades, I found an infosec crowd of about a hundred or so people ready to learn and connect.

    Below are my notes from the event: Read more.

    airoscapy

    Download airoscapy.py
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    DateAugust 28th, 2011
    Version0.2

    Airoscapy is a passive wireless access point scanner. Using this tool you can monitor Access Point's SSID, BSSID, Channel and Encryption support. Read more.

    scapy

    Scapy is a packet forging tool using Python as its domain specific language. It was developed by Philippe Biondi in 2003. Read more.



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