I had the privilege to speak about cryptography at Mount Saint Joseph University.
In case you missed it, I will be giving the talk again at this Friday’s Cinci2600 meeting. If you want to peep the slides early, here they are: https://goo.gl/UcrMHs
Here are the links to my talk about a Cinci2600 darknet and an explanation and video of Cameron’s demo of the Man In The Middle attack.
I have copies of several older Cinci2600 presentations, but Word Press is racist against the Open Office file formats most of them are in, so I’ll convert them and provide links very soon.
Good news everyone, I have developed a new technology that let’s you read this post in the sound of my voice.
Now that the website’s hardware is no longer at risk of being seized by Cincinnati Bell (don’t ask) we can focus on developing new tools.
One tool that has been sorely missed is a chat server. IRC is a cool guy, uses 90’s technology and doesn’t afraid of anything. I have been looking for a means to do old school confs and IRC-type stuff, and I happened upon Discord.
Discord has lots of clients, including Linux, Mac, Windows, and a few mobiles. You can get your invite to the Cinci2600 server by visiting chat.cinci2600.net. If there isn’t a client for your waffle iron running NetBSD, there is a browser-based client that you can use. You’re welcome🙂
So tell a buddy and bring a friend to the shiny new Cinci2600 chat service.
For the past couple of years, Cinci2600 has become one of the best kept secrets in Cincinnati.
We meet the first Friday of every month at the Hive13 Hackerspace in Camp Washington.
In the coming months, I hope to make our group better known, with a new website and some new tools. In the meantime, check back here periodically for more details.