Meeting - October 29, 2014 | Predicting Buffer Size & Shellcode

Hey SITers!

This week, we will be familiarizing members with predicting the size of buffers that may have been optimized by using pattern_create.rb and pattern_offset.rb. We’ll also be introducing the concept of shellcode along with msfvenom - a useful tool that is part of the metasploit framework.

Make sure to bring your laptop with the VMs that we installed at the beginning of the semester! If you did not get a chance to download them, find an officer and we’ll give you them.

You can view the doc for this week’s meeting here: http://sheepshellcode.com/tutorials/RED-MOD/red-mod-2.pdf

[Be Social!]

IRC: #ufsit on Freenode

Website: http://www.ufsit.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ufsit

[Time and Location]

Wednesday 7:00pm – 9:00pm

CSE E309


SwampSec - October 22, 2014 | 7pm | The Back Yard Bar

Hey SITers!

This week, come join us at The Back Yard Bar (between Boca Fiesta and the Palomino Pool Hall downtown; map: http://www.swampsec.org/map-web.png) for this month’s SwampSec!

Please note that we will NOT be meeting in CSE309.

If you don’t know what SwampSec is, it’s a gathering of infosec professionals and enthusiasts that takes place from 7 to roughly 9pm on the fourth Wednesday of the month. For more information, check out http://swampsec.org/ and follow SwampSec on Twitter @swampsec. Hope to see you there!



Meeting - October 8, 2014 | Hashes

Hi SITers!

This week’s presentation will introduce the science behind hashes such as SHA2/MD5 and how they are commonly used on Linux systems. Additionally, this presentation will introduce the hashmap datastructure and how it is implemented in the C programming language. We will discuss how a poor implementation can result in a vulnerability.

View the doc for this meeting here: BLUE-TEAM-MOD-2.pdf

Make sure to bring your laptop with the VMs that we installed at the beginning of the semester! If you did not get a chance to download them, find an officer and we’ll give you them.

[Be Social!]

IRC: #ufsit on Freenode

Website: http://www.ufsit.org

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ufsit

[Time and Location]

Wednesday 7:00pm – 9:00pm

CSE E309


Meeting - October 1, 2014 | Buffer Overflow Exploits

Hey SITers!

This week, we will talk about the basic concepts of computer memory and how it’s organized in Linux in order to dive into buffer overflow exploits!

You can view the doc for tonight at: http://sheepshellcode.com/tutorials/RED-MOD/red-mod-1.pdf

Make sure to bring your laptop with the VMs that we installed at the beginning of the semester! If you did not get a chance to download them, find an officer and we’ll give you them.

[Be Social!] IRC: #ufsit on Freenode Website: http://www.ufsit.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ufsit

[Time and Location] Wednesday 7:00pm – 9:00pm CSE E312