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Tuesday, Apr 28th, 2015

If you want to make the list for fire/turbo talks, the rule is first come is first served. Send an email to the BSidesSATX organizers, me, or tweet with a hashtag #BsidesSATX to get on the list. The whole thing is only an hour long, with a very captive audience (lunch is served there). Talks […]

Friday, Mar 6th, 2015
Friday, Mar 6th, 2015
Extract NTDS.dit hashes
by Angelo Plus+

Go to this page to extract all the info you need to start cracking dem hashes. http://ntdsd.it/

Thursday, Jan 22nd, 2015
Moving to the Rand Building
by Angelo Plus+

Geekdom is moving us to the Rand Building. It is pretty much right kiddie-corner to the Weston. You can still use the Weston garage for the free parking. Next meeting will be the first at the new location.

Wednesday, Dec 17th, 2014
Saturday, Nov 22nd, 2014

Thank you to the CSA group at UTSA for asking me to come and present. Here is a PDF of the slide deck SMT.

Saturday, Nov 15th, 2014

DJ Manilla Ice got himself in da newz overseas for pwn2own. Drop him a line to say congrats: Youtube: http://goo.gl/txQZPL (Japanese)

Sunday, Nov 9th, 2014
November Make it Rain
by Angelo Plus+

We had presentations from vesh, brownbear/ivorywolf, and les (from lescon). Vesh did an example of  the SEH-All-At-Once attack using SMT to create the necessary malicious SEH struct. Les did a les-son on translating from C to assembly, and the pointer garbage that goes along with it. BrownIvoryBearWolf did an examination of spam email headers.  Also, […]

Thursday, Oct 9th, 2014

We had a pretty good line up this time. Steven gave us a preview of his submission to Schmoocon. Dave pointed out some command injection using various stock Perl modules in Linux. vesh gave a talk on the mystery of the urlmon call “FileBearsMarkOfTheWeb” and the safety of using the WinHTTP and Wininet libraries in […]

Thursday, Oct 9th, 2014

So we were interviewed for a segment about password security. I think they missed the point a bit, but media will be media. The real crime was cutting out scriptjunkie’s cutting remarks about password futility, and pointing out that robbing me of my logbook is a good idea since it’s on me AT ALL TIMES. […]