SwampSec - September 24, 2014 | 7-9pm | Stubbies & Steins

Hey SITers!

This week, come to Stubbies & Steins <http://stubbiesandsteins.com/> and join us for this month’s SwampSec! This will be the last SwampSec at Stubbies as Stubbies will be closing on Saturday.

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 7-9pm 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!

(Stubbies & Steins: https://www.google.com/maps/preview?t=m&ll=29.6518118,-82.3255617&z=17&geocode=FWdzxAEdxs8X-ymt0wTyjKPoiDGY1Gy2J4WVEA&saddr=Stubbie+Shirt+Pub,+9+W+University+Ave,+Gainesville,+FL+32601&daddr=)


CSAW CTF | Friday 6:30pm - Sunday 6:00pm

Hey SITers!

It’s that time of the semester again when Kernel Sanders competes in the first CTF of the semester! Like I mentioned at the meeting, CSAW is a great CTF for beginners since it’s labeled as “a competition designed for undergraduate students who are trying to break into cyber security”.

And, thanks to Include Security, we will have pizza to chow down on while we’re having fun hacking all the things.

We’ll be in CSE E309 starting at 6:30pm on Friday so come out and hack with us! And, just note that you don’t have to be there for the full 48 hours - feel free to come and go as you wish.


Meeting - September 17, 2014 | Intro to Networking with Netcat and Wireshark

Hey SITers!

This week, we’ll be talking about some of the underlying technologies that allow the Internet to work and explaining how to use Netcat and Wireshark to interact and analyze those technologies.

You can view the document for this meeting here: BLUE-MOD-1

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.

Also, as a quick reminder, you can find the meeting recordings at https://www.youtube.com/ufsit!

[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


Meeting – September 10, 2014 | Crash Course X86 Binaries

Hi SITers!

This week, we’ll be familiarizing ourselves with x86 binaries on Linux and provide a starting point for reading/modifying machine code. We’ll also be learning about the hex editor hte and other tools like ndisasm.

You can view the document for this meeting here: RED-MOD-0 and the doc that goes with it RED-MOD-0-ANNOTATED-ASSEMBLY

Make sure to bring your laptop with the VMs from last meeting installed! If you did not get a chance to download them, find an officer and we’ll give you them.

Also, as a quick reminder, you can find the meeting recordings at https://www.youtube.com/ufsit!

[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


Post-Meeting Recap | Virtual Machines and Resource List

Hey SITers!

In case you didn’t get a chance to grab the virtual machines that we’ll be using this semester, you can download them at http://pwn.sploitlab.com:32611/ or you can find an officer at any of the meetings and we can transfer the files to your computer.

Also, if you’re interested in joining UFSIT, make sure to join the mailing list by sending an email to president@ufsit.org with the subject “MailingList FirstName LastName” and also join UFSIT on GatorConnect https://ufl.collegiatelink.net/organization/SIT.