Anita Nikolich

AI

Anita Nikolich


Shannon Fritz

Shannon Fritz

Is that a PickleNIC in your Pocket or are you just Cap’n Password Hashes?

When a device is set to automatically connect to wifi it may actually be exposing themselves AND the networks to attacks, but what you can do about it? The PickleNIC is a combination of custom hardware and software that was built to automate the collection and cracking of WPA2 Password Hashes. Hear the story about my daily commute with a raspberry pi that collects thousands of hashes using hcxtools and then automatically submits them to hashtopolis for distributed cracking. We’ll cover how the PickleNIC works and how it was built in order to help expose the risks in a fun way that (hopefully) encourages better security practices in my friends and strangers. You too can have a pickle in your pocket, in your bag, or in your car, and you’ll get all the information you need to make your very own PickleNIC today. This is going to be fun!


Trenton Ivey

Trenton Ivey

KEYNOTE: Make(){Break()};Break(){Make()};

By definition, hackers make things work in unexpected and unintended ways. To many outside this community, hacking seems like a destructive process. However, anyone that has ever created or utilized an exploit in an imaginative way knows that, at its heart, hacking is all about making something new. This talk, full of technical examples taken from opposing disciplines in information security, shows how healthy competition between makers and breakers drives progress.


Robert Lerner

Robert Lerner

418 I’m a Teapot – And other headers

What happens when you overshare HTTP headers and how to check if your’s are “up to code”


Amy Upthagrove

Amy Upthagrove

Sonic Pi – A Creative Coding Movement for Everyone

This talk will explore the use of the Sonic Pi live coding environment as a means of using code to create music, as well as to provide an accessible gateway into more complex coding environments and applications.