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2012 Edition of Hack In The Random 2600 NL Data Box

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On the 8th of this month it was time again for a real Hack In The Random 2600 NL Data box, the joined forces between Randomdata, Hack In The Box and 2600NL. 30 Invited attendees were able to gain the latest 1337 information from a great list of speakers.

First presentation of the day by Dave van der Poel about Video Surveillance. What is real and what is fiction?.The Ultimaker 3D printer is doing a fine job, thanks to Harma of Protospace/Ultimaker. She brought 2 printers by bike!.In the meanwhile SYNNACK is starting his presentation.And THERE is the place where whe pwn the basterd

The opening was done by DrWhax and Fish_ (who else :), announcing the future activities and wrapping up the last 10 months. For starters there was an update on Video Surveillance by Dave van der Poel, a nice overview about the current activities and possibilities on video surveillance. For the most of us it was, yet again, an acknowledgement of technology which can do more, gather more information and, if used wrong, be a dangerous tool for privacy. Next talk was done By Wilco Baan Hofman, he played enough with the SIA-HS alarm IP transmit protocol and cracked it, well, cracked... let's call it XOR. Next up was the coffee break and a lot of Clubmate clips where 3D printed so nobody lost his own bottle of Mate. Fresh and mate'd up, we started the live hookup of Spacenet of Randomdata by AK47. And, of course, it worked out of the box. After that it was time for some more heavy "shit", Blasty compiled a nice story of patching of binaries in memory. He didn't took the most easiest one. No, no, he had chosen a little nightmare called openssh. It worked out in a successful acceptance of his Pub key in the deamon, impressive stuff if you know what kind of hacks he needed. To finish the heavy stuff Aczid had a nice story about ELF binary debugging and anti-debugging, let's bring /proc/ a bit in to confusion! :D
To close the event we asked Winn Schwartau to give us a nice, inspiring talk, one of his main messages I remembered is about putting the right guy on the job. We (the people's) are often making the big mistake of putting a guy/girl on the job who fit the company profile, but what if he/she is autistic? Or has ADHD? No, we should first think about the quality and not focus on how strange somebody is. And let's be honest, aren't we all a bit strange? :D

We have left you guys some pictures, video and slides if you want to check out some more details.

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