Hackers.town inaugural virtual hackerspace will be Tonight at 8PM EST.
In this meeting we will be discussing ideas for how to make a virtual hackerspace work, and how breakout groups could be a thing. We want to make a place to collaborate and find others interested in whatever crazy project you have been dreaming of.
Our motto is “Always be noobin’”... this means to always embrace the learner’s mind, to not put up obstacles to learning, and approach everything like you would when you started your journey.
Meetings will be monthly, but for this kickoff meeting we will be giving away a door prize. One lucky attendee will be gifted a RPI 400 device.
We hope to see you there.
lmao Elon Musk tweeting about Signal messenger caused an 1100% increase in the stock price of a completely-unrelated company with "Signal" in its name https://www.cnbc.com/2021/01/08/elon-musk-boosts-signal-app-signal-advance-stock-jumps-1100percent.html
Cass Sunstein is so so bad
Cass Sunstein's No Good, Horrible, Very Bad Idea For Using Defamation To Fight 'Fake News' https://tdrt.io/iex
At least Terry Gilliam and John Cleese are funny – what's this guy's excuse for shitty politics? https://variety.com/2021/tv/global/mr-bean-rowan-atkinson-cancel-culture-1234878676/
Beloved East Village costume store Halloween Adventure is closing permanently: https://bit.ly/3opKe1A
Pokeshopper Picture : Example image of the new Bandai-P Pokémon Gengar head cushion with 170cm length tongue https://Pokeshopper.com/news
Nissan source code leaked online after Git repo misconfiguration https://www.zdnet.com/article/nissan-source-code-leaked-online-after-git-repo-misconfiguration/
lol Jetbrains an "obscure company"
Exclusive: JetBrains, an obscure software company founded in Russia, based in the Czech Republic, is being investigated as playing a role in the Russian hack. Among its customers are SolarWinds, Google, Siemens, HP, VMWare with @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/06/us/politics/russia-cyber-hack.html
"On average C2s have a lifespan of 58 days" https://www.zdnet.com/article/cobalt-strike-and-metasploit-accounted-for-a-quarter-of-all-malware-c-c-servers-in-2020/
and yet people in infosec will go on saying it's the open source OSTs that are the problem
NEW: Cobalt Strike and Metasploit, two penetration testing toolkits, have been used to host more than a quarter of all the malware C&C servers in 2020
-CS accounted for 13.5%
-Metasploit for 10.5%
leftist. gaymer. infosec. FOSS. co-host of @HackerRadioShow. Columbia University '18.
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