A Brief Introduction to GNU Screen: How to Make the Command Line Work for You Murph · Workshop (90 minutes)

A brief introduction to GNU Screen. Screen is part of the GNU project, and is an overlooked utility that can make working on the command line much easier. Screen is a terminal multiplexer that allows for disconnecting remote sessions, multiple ways to enhance viewing of your command line sessions, …


A Newsroom of Two: Your Computer and You Brandon Roberts · Workshop (50 minutes)

Local newsrooms across the country are disappearing, but there's at least one potential watchdog left: you! Doing journalism yourself might sound intimidating, but once you know the process, it becomes totally approachable. In this workshop, Brandon will take you through what you need to know to in…


Arduino for Total Newbies Mitch Altman · Workshop (210 minutes)

You've probably heard lots about Arduino. But if you don't know what it is, or how you can use it to do all sorts of cool things, then this fun and easy workshop is for you. Arduino is an amazingly powerful tool that is very simple to learn to use. It was designed so that artists and non-geeks can …


ArduTouch Music Synthesizer Mitch Altman · Workshop (150 minutes)

Learn to solder together a cool, powerful music synthesizer and learn to make cool music, sound, and noise with a computer chip! For total beginners.

https://wiki.hope.net/index.php?title=ArduTouch_Music_Synthesizer_Workshop


Artistic PCB Design for Terrified Beginners Kliment · Workshop (180 minutes)

Kliment will show you how to go from graphical art (drawing, sketch, photo) to a PCB layout that looks somewhat like it. This workshop is meant for people who are on one side of the art/electronics divide and would like a bridge to the other side. You will start with a drawing and a schematic, and …


Build an Easy Ventilator Rockets, Kevin Zheng, Jia-Yong Tao · Workshop (60 minutes)

Ventilators help to save lives when a patient has caught COVID-19, but in some places it is difficult to gain access to one. They are also very expensive. In this workshop, you will learn how to use an Arduino board, a sensor, and motor controller shield, plus materials from a neighborhood shop, to…


Building a Home Lab and Introduction to Web Application Hacking BiaSciLab · Workshop (120 minutes)

Getting started in hacking seems like a big task: Where to start? What should I start learning? How can I practice? Join BiaSciLab, C.E.O. of Girls Who Hack for answers to all these questions and get yourself started on your hacking career! This is an intense, hands-on hacking class to get you star…


Build Your GOVERNANCE.md File With CommunityRule Nathan Schneider · Workshop (90 minutes)

Too often, open source projects and online communities rely on a default of feudalism - granting near-absolute power to admins, mods, and benevolent dictators for life. An easy way to counteract that is to adopt some basic core agreements to your project, having a GOVERNANCE file in your repo along…


Bypass 101 - Day 3 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

The Bypass 101 workshop will teach the participant how to shim padlocks, bypass a common Master Lock 175, bump locks, and bypass lever door lock handles. It is worth noting that while lever door lock handles are common in commercial buildings, most people at home will not have access to one to test…


Bypass 101 - Day 4 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

The Bypass 101 workshop will teach the participant how to shim padlocks, bypass a common Master Lock 175, bump locks, and bypass lever door lock handles. It is worth noting that while lever door lock handles are common in commercial buildings, most people at home will not have access to one to test…


Bypass 101 - Day 5 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

The Bypass 101 workshop will teach the participant how to shim padlocks, bypass a common Master Lock 175, bump locks, and bypass lever door lock handles. It is worth noting that while lever door lock handles are common in commercial buildings, most people at home will not have access to one to test…


Bypass 101 - Day 6 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

The Bypass 101 workshop will teach the participant how to shim padlocks, bypass a common Master Lock 175, bump locks, and bypass lever door lock handles. It is worth noting that while lever door lock handles are common in commercial buildings, most people at home will not have access to one to test…


Bypass 101 - Day 7 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

The Bypass 101 workshop will teach the participant how to shim padlocks, bypass a common Master Lock 175, bump locks, and bypass lever door lock handles. It is worth noting that while lever door lock handles are common in commercial buildings, most people at home will not have access to one to test…


Bypass 101 - Day 8 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

The Bypass 101 workshop will teach the participant how to shim padlocks, bypass a common Master Lock 175, bump locks, and bypass lever door lock handles. It is worth noting that while lever door lock handles are common in commercial buildings, most people at home will not have access to one to test…


COBOL CTF Sam Bowne, Elizabeth Biddlecome · Workshop (240 minutes)

The world runs on COBOL! 95 percent of ATM swipes rely on COBOL, but few people know how to use it. Let's fix that! Party like it's 1959!

In this workshop, participants will learn basic COBOL programming and solve challenges including building HTTP requests, processing strings, file I/O, ASCII encod…


Create Your Own Wi-Fi Connected Open Source USB Rubber Ducky Kody Kinzie · Workshop (300 minutes)

This workshop will be using Arduino IDE to flash the proper program to each microcontroller. It can be downloaded for your operating system from arduino.cc. You will also need a device with Wi-Fi access. With two inexpensive microcontrollers, anyone can program and build a Wi-Fi connected keystroke…


Create Your Portable CentOS Homelab in About an Hour Murph · Workshop (60 minutes)

Need to learn about Linux servers? Get a self-contained CentOS lab up and running in no time. What's required: a host computer with virtualization tools installed, a CentOS (or other RedHat-based) ISO file to install, and about an hour. It should interest anyone looking to quickly set up an environ…


Custom Electronics + Activism in K-12 Education by MakeFashion Edu James Simpson, Carrie Leung, Twila Busby · Workshop (90 minutes)

Nine-year-olds are designing wearable electronics to promote their beliefs - in humanities classes, math classes, and in clubs. As mentors, we can provide the environment and bring ethics, self-agency, power tools, coding, and empathy. Join the MakeFashion Edu discussion! There will be a film scree…


Design Your Own Digispark USB Attack Tool Kody Kinzie · Workshop (300 minutes)

Human Interface Device attacks like the USB rubber ducky are famous for being able to exploit a computer with only a few seconds of physical access by pretending to be a keyboard. In this workshop, you'll learn to program a microcontroller in Arduino to create your own scripts that run when the dev…


D-I-Yerba Mate Soda - How to Brew Mate Soda at Home Joe Mertz · Workshop (120 minutes)

As we all know, Mate sodas like Club-Mate are wonderful fuel for late night hacking sessions. But availability in the U.S. is limited. So how can we fill the void? Come learn how to produce your own Yerba Mate soda at home.

https://wiki.hope.net/index.php?title=D-I-Yerba_Mate_Soda_workshop


DIY Fabric Mask with Laser Cutting Rebecca Jiang WeiJie · Workshop (60 minutes)

How to sew your own mask using a used disposable mask, some cloth, and a needle and thread. We also show how to user a laser cutter to add a little ring to adjust the length of the ear loops.


Effective Meeting Design and Facilitation: Yes, Even Hackers Need to Run Meetings Andrew Seeder · Workshop (60 minutes)

For better or worse, meetings are a part of life. In the workplace, meetings can be inefficient, boring, and even tyrannical. But they don't have to be so bad. As part of project management, meetings are a good way to organize collaborative work, produce new ideas and concrete deliverables with cle…


Evolve Beyond Grade-Based Education and Support Virtual Learning Communities With a Spreadsheet Jaguar Kristeller · Workshop (90 minutes)

So you've noticed the education infrastructure we've inherited isn't quite up for the new challenges. GPA is outdated, and we need to transition institutions to a more collaborative paradigm. To evolve beyond GPA, we need to build credit ramps! Developed in a Beijing high school, the MATRIX is a cr…


Four Steps to FOIA Mastery (1) Michael Morisy · Workshop (60 minutes)

Using public records laws can reveal everything from covert surveillance programs to hidden family history - but only if you know how to ask for it effectively. At this workshop, FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) masters from MuckRock and other leading transparency organizations will share their ba…


Four Steps to FOIA Mastery (2) Michael Morisy · Workshop (60 minutes)

Using public records laws can reveal everything from covert surveillance programs to hidden family history - but only if you know how to ask for it effectively. At this workshop, FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) masters from MuckRock and other leading transparency organizations will share their ba…


Free Speech Zero Day: Fascists Are Abusing It, Corporations Exploit It - How Do We Take It Back? Alice Aguilar, Ken Montenegro, Myaisha Hayes, Alfredo López · Workshop (90 minutes)

The left has historically fought corporate and government censors to ensure radical and revolutionary ideas can be freely shared under the banner of free speech. Recently, fascists have begun using the same free speech argument to support the spread of racism, misogyny, violence, and hatred both on…


Glow in the (Edible) Dyes Edible Makerspace (EMS) · Workshop (60 minutes)

Edible dyes used to illuminate the fickleness of human minds - what does the process of life sound like if we take the time to really look into what we see? This workshop looks to fermentation for insight into living color. With UV, it will explore the flavors of light and fluorescence with a quick…


Go the Wrong Way Sam Bowne, Elizabeth Biddlecome · Workshop (240 minutes)

Good developers study documentation carefully and thoroughly understand their language. However, some people just want to code fast, break into things, and skip over the details. This Capture the Flag workshop is for them.

Even if you've never programmed before, you can make simple attack tools in G…


Hackers in a Post Roe v. Wade World (workshop) Maggie Mayhem, Lucy Yanow · Workshop (60 minutes)

Attendees will learn more about first trimester abortion, strategies to circumvent anti-abortion legislation, and have the opportunity to learn how to construct an improvised manual vacuum aspiration device used for menstrual extraction/menstrual regulation. This non-medical workshop will not teach…


Hands-On Introduction to Apache Beam Austin Bennett · Workshop (120 minutes)

Apache Beam is an open source unified model for defining data processing pipelines (Batch and strEAM), which allows you to write your pipeline in your language of choice and run it with minimal effort on the execution engine (ex: Apache Spark, Apache Flink, Google Cloud Dataflow) of choice. In this…


Hands-On With Wi-Fi Hacking on the ESP8266 Kody Kinzie · Workshop (300 minutes)

Wi-Fi hacking has become cheaper and easier with the creation of the Wi-Fi deauther, an Arduino based firmware for the ESP8266 that allows it to perform advanced Wi-Fi attacks for as little as a few dollars on any operating system. This workshop is for beginners interested in hacking with microcont…


Hidden in Plain Text: An Introduction to PGP/GPG Encryption (1) Mark Lam · Workshop (90 minutes)

Digital encryption is a fundamental technology in digital communication that ensures privacy over public channels. This workshop introduces the concept of encryption and why it is important in communications. The history of encryption will be discussed from pre-digital to digital forms. The worksho…


Hidden in Plain Text: An Introduction to PGP/GPG Encryption (2) Mark Lam · Workshop (90 minutes)

Digital encryption is a fundamental technology in digital communication that ensures privacy over public channels. This workshop introduces the concept of encryption and why it is important in communications. The history of encryption will be discussed from pre-digital to digital forms. The worksho…


How to Develop a Map Based UI Using Javascript Evan Padiyil · Workshop (60 minutes)

In this workshop you will create a map-based UI showing the number of reported cases of COVID by country. This UI will be powered by JavaScript and D3.js will be used as the map-based charting system.

https://wiki.hope.net/index.php?title=Map_Based_UI_Using_Javascript_workshop


How to Get Published in 2600 (Or Anything Else) aestetix · Workshop (120 minutes)

This workshop will cover what makes a good article or essay. This will include concepts ranging from "how do I come up with an idea?" to "when is it time to submit?" The workshop will also explore the general structure of a good essay, using actual published articles as a guide. Feel free to bring …


How to Motivate Hackers and Fight COVID-19 With Botnets Bellum, Beamz, X, Ophie · Workshop (60 minutes)

The r00tf0lds [email protected] team (#258829) will teach what protein folding is, how it helps science fight disease, team history, and the past hacker events and causes that inspired their motivational methods and helped push their success. They will teach how to install and configure the software, wh…


How to Prove and Assess Quality Learning (With *DAS) (1) Dana Gretton · Workshop (90 minutes)

So you've learned some amazing things from your community, not from school. How can you prove it? With an open source accreditation system, of course! But it's a challenge to write a certificate for your own learning that includes every piece: the right prerequisites, the right kind of proof that i…


How to Prove and Assess Quality Learning (With *DAS) (2) Dana Gretton · Workshop (90 minutes)

So you've learned some amazing things from your community, not from school. How can you prove it? With an open source accreditation system, of course! But it's a challenge to write a certificate for your own learning that includes every piece: the right prerequisites, the right kind of proof that i…


How to Start Contributing Open Source: Examples From the Apache Software Foundation Austin Bennett · Workshop (60 minutes)

Open source software sounds great to use, and hopefully even better to contribute to! This session will discuss the various ways to get involved with open source software, with notable examples taken from within the Apache Software Foundation. In past sessions, incredibly ambitious people have walk…


How We Made a Queer "City-Walk" Film During a Pandemic Fan Popo · Workshop (60 minutes)

As a Chinese diaspora living in Berlin, Germany, Fan put together a plan in the beginning of 2020 to make "City-Walk," about cinematic queer urban space in his neighborhood, Neukölln, Berlin. Because of the pandemic, he could not make the walk in the real world, but instead, as with HOPE, made crea…


Incident Response and the ATT&CK Matrix Sam Bowne, Elizabeth Biddlecome · Workshop (240 minutes)

This workshop will help you practice techniques to detect, analyze, and respond to intrusions. You will construct targets and attackers on the Google cloud, and send attacks using Metasploit and Caldera to emulate APT attackers. Participants will monitor and analyze the attacks using Splunk, Surica…


Intelligence Analysis 101 Todd Schiller · Workshop (60 minutes)

Intelligence analysts collect, synthesize, and report on complex situations. Analysis is often complicated by high stakes, time pressure, and deception. During this workshop, you'll learn how to apply basic intelligence analysis techniques and how to avoid common pitfalls. You'll then work as a gro…


Introduction to Attack Techniques Sam Bowne, Elizabeth Biddlecome · Workshop (240 minutes)

Learn how to take over Windows, Linux, and Android systems, and how to defend them. You'll begin with common tools: Nmap, Metasploit, and Armitage, and then go into buffer overflows, packet crafting, command injection, and SQL injection.

https://wiki.hope.net/index.php?title=Intro_to_Attack_Techniqu…


Introduction to Modular Synthesis Using VCV Rack Jonathan Foote · Workshop (90 minutes)

Maybe you've seen a modular music synthesizer with its alluring tangle of patch cords and wondered: how does it work? What do all those knobs do, and how might I get started? This workshop is for you! Using the free and open source VCV Rack digital audio workstation, you will learn the principles o…


Inventory Management Playground (1) Kralj Karlo · Workshop (60 minutes)

This workshop will teach you how to use this particular inventory management system - especially suited for hackerspaces, but also good for all. Tutorials will be provided in the inventory management system that will guide you on modeling your stuff in the system. The system doesn't really require …


Inventory Management Playground (2) Kralj Karlo · Workshop (60 minutes)

This workshop will teach you how to use this particular inventory management system - especially suited for hackerspaces, but also good for all. Tutorials will be provided in the inventory management system that will guide you on modeling your stuff in the system. The system doesn't really require …


Launch Your Own Website Phishing Attacks Tech Learning Collective · Workshop (120 minutes)

The most common way attackers steal passwords, install malware on a victim's computer, or get employees to grant them unauthorized access to critical business systems is through so-called phishing attacks. A phishing attack is surprisingly low-tech, which is part of what makes it so devastatingly e…


Let's Build a New Hackerspaces.org! A Discussion and Workgroup (1) Marco · Workshop (60 minutes)

By introducing people from all over the world to local hackerspace communities, the Hackerspaces.org website laid the groundwork for introducing a lot of people to a scene that would forever change their lives in a positive way. But over the years, the website database became outdated, the UX/UI de…


Let's Build a New Hackerspaces.org! A Discussion and Workgroup (2) Marco · Workshop (60 minutes)

By introducing people from all over the world to local hackerspace communities, the Hackerspaces.org website laid the groundwork for introducing a lot of people to a scene that would forever change their lives in a positive way. But over the years, the website database became outdated, the UX/UI de…


Lightning Talks (1) · Workshop (60 minutes)

Lightning talks return to HOPE! Do you have something interesting to share with other attendees? Lightning talks allot five minutes per presenter on any topic within the broad scope of HOPE interests. Registration details will be announced during HOPE, and scheduling will be done during the confere…


Lightning Talks (2) · Workshop (60 minutes)

Lightning talks return to HOPE! Do you have something interesting to share with other attendees? Lightning talks allot five minutes per presenter on any topic within the broad scope of HOPE interests. Registration details will be announced during HOPE, and scheduling will be done during the confere…


Lockpicking 101 - Day 3 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

This workshop will cover all the information you need to start picking the most common locks. Eric will cover the tools you need, different types of locks, and legality in various states, plus show you how to start simple and build your skills. Anyone can learn how to lockpick and learn how in this…


Lockpicking 101 - Day 4 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

This workshop will cover all the information you need to start picking the most common locks. Eric will cover the tools you need, different types of locks, and legality in various states, plus show you how to start simple and build your skills. Anyone can learn how to lockpick and learn how in this…


Lockpicking 101 - Day 5 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

This workshop will cover all the information you need to start picking the most common locks. Eric will cover the tools you need, different types of locks, and legality in various states, plus show you how to start simple and build your skills. Anyone can learn how to lockpick and learn how in this…


Lockpicking 101 - Day 6 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

This workshop will cover all the information you need to start picking the most common locks. Eric will cover the tools you need, different types of locks, and legality in various states, plus show you how to start simple and build your skills. Anyone can learn how to lockpick and learn how in this…


Lockpicking 101 - Day 7 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

This workshop will cover all the information you need to start picking the most common locks. Eric will cover the tools you need, different types of locks, and legality in various states, plus show you how to start simple and build your skills. Anyone can learn how to lockpick and learn how in this…


Lockpicking 101 - Day 8 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

This workshop will cover all the information you need to start picking the most common locks. Eric will cover the tools you need, different types of locks, and legality in various states, plus show you how to start simple and build your skills. Anyone can learn how to lockpick and learn how in this…


Machine Learning for Anyone Olivia Seow · Workshop (90 minutes)

This workshop will break down the fundamental concept of machine learning so that it can be understood by all. It will also cover the basic structure of a web application, and step through training your own machine learning application using freely available tools. By the end of this workshop, you …


MADDES Secret Lair Matt Lavigne · Workshop (90 minutes)

Would you like to have Fort Knox level security with an invisibility cloak for the data on your computer? Do you want to have a better security solution than the standard encryption offered for a GNU/Linux OS? Then check out MADDES Secret Lair, where Matt will demonstrate how it allows for full dis…


Mating Online (with Mate Tea) (1) Meta Mate Café · Workshop (90 minutes)

Drinking mate tea and soda plays a vital role at all hacker congresses! A virtual mate circle is being hosted especially for newbies so everyone can learn how to prepare mate tea and exchange tips with other drinkers. This workshop includes a crash course on mate history (traditional and the bottle…


Mating Online (with Mate Tea) (2) Meta Mate Café · Workshop (90 minutes)

Drinking mate tea and soda plays a vital role at all hacker congresses! A virtual mate circle is being hosted especially for newbies so everyone can learn how to prepare mate tea and exchange tips with other drinkers. This workshop includes a crash course on mate history (traditional and the bottle…


OSINT Primer Joe Gray · Workshop (360 minutes)

In this six-hour Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) workshop, taught by a passionate social engineer and DerbyCon black badge recipient with a proven OSINT track record, you will obtain a fundamental understanding of OSINT. The legal and ethical considerations of collection and destruction of OSINT d…


Password Superpowers: How to Crack Hashes and Stump Hackers Tech Learning Collective · Workshop (120 minutes)

This workshop teaches you how to use "password recovery" tools like John the Ripper and hashcat to find out what the password of a given user account or password-protected file is. By using free software programs that automate a technique called hash cracking, you can find out exactly how strong (o…


Python + Telnet = Muhahahha!!! William Paul Liggett · Workshop (60 minutes)

Have you heard that you should never, ever use Telnet anymore? Sure, Telnet is horribly insecure, but did you know you can effectively control much of the Internet with good old Telnet? Don't believe it? Then come and learn how to use Python to do some web server reconnaissance and how to build you…


Restraints 101 - Day 3 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

In this workshop you will dive into the most popular types of restraints: handcuffs and flexicuffs. Eric will discuss the different types of handcuffs, their inner mechanisms, and how they can be attacked and defeated. You'll learn the various types of techniques that can be used against plastic re…


Restraints 101 - Day 4 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

In this workshop you will dive into the most popular types of restraints: handcuffs and flexicuffs. Eric will discuss the different types of handcuffs, their inner mechanisms, and how they can be attacked and defeated. You'll learn the various types of techniques that can be used against plastic re…


Restraints 101 - Day 5 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

In this workshop you will dive into the most popular types of restraints: handcuffs and flexicuffs. Eric will discuss the different types of handcuffs, their inner mechanisms, and how they can be attacked and defeated. You'll learn the various types of techniques that can be used against plastic re…


Restraints 101 - Day 6 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

In this workshop you will dive into the most popular types of restraints: handcuffs and flexicuffs. Eric will discuss the different types of handcuffs, their inner mechanisms, and how they can be attacked and defeated. You'll learn the various types of techniques that can be used against plastic re…


Restraints 101 - Day 7 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

In this workshop you will dive into the most popular types of restraints: handcuffs and flexicuffs. Eric will discuss the different types of handcuffs, their inner mechanisms, and how they can be attacked and defeated. You'll learn the various types of techniques that can be used against plastic re…


Restraints 101 - Day 8 Eric Michaud · Workshop (60 minutes)

In this workshop you will dive into the most popular types of restraints: handcuffs and flexicuffs. Eric will discuss the different types of handcuffs, their inner mechanisms, and how they can be attacked and defeated. You'll learn the various types of techniques that can be used against plastic re…


Robots, Science, and Artistic Revolutionary Practices Kal Spelletich · Workshop (120 minutes)

This interactive workshop will include a demonstration of Kal's robots that are about sound, science, absurd engineering, interactivity, and poetically inspired tech. He will talk a bit about his life as an artist and educator, then demonstrate a number of his works while fielding questions. He wil…


Securing Web Apps Sam Bowne, Elizabeth Biddlecome · Workshop (240 minutes)

Participants will attack web applications with: command injection, SQL injection, cross-site request forgery, cross-site scripting, cookie manipulation, and server-side template injection. This workshop will also exploit Drupal and SAML. Participants will then implement network defenses and monitor…


Surveillance Capitalism, Predictive Analysis, and You (1) Micky Metts · Workshop (120 minutes)

Our smartphones listen to our conversations even when they’re not on. GPS tracks us even when we know where we’re going. Our credit cards track all of our purchases. The cameras in our computers watch us. Maybe the camera in our smart TVs watch us too. We go through life sending out little electron…


Surveillance Capitalism, Predictive Analysis, and You (2) Micky Metts · Workshop (90 minutes)

Our smartphones listen to our conversations even when they’re not on. GPS tracks us even when we know where we’re going. Our credit cards track all of our purchases. The cameras in our computers watch us. Maybe the camera in our smart TVs watch us too. We go through life sending out little electron…


Teaching an Arduino to Think Corbin Frisvold · Workshop (180 minutes)

Arduino recently released their Nano 33 BLE Sense, which is an Arduino Nano equipped with an ARM Cortex-M4 and an array of sensors to be used in small form factor machine learning applications such as gesture recognition, voice control, and even facial recognition. In this workshop, participants wi…


The HoneyDB Honeypot Workshop Phillip Maddux · Workshop (180 minutes)

Honeypots can be implemented to discover new threat information or detect intruders on a network. However, while there are numerous free honeypots available, many of them can be complicated to deploy and require additional engineering to consume log data. If you are curious about honeypots and are …


Using the ACTFOIA Methodology to Promote Transparency Around the World Florin Badita · Workshop (120 minutes)

What is FOIA? The Freedom of Information Act allows us, normal citizens, to ask the State anything. Until now, Badita has sent over 7,000 FOIA requests to over 3,000 public institutions in Romania. Most of them were sent using the ACTFOIA methodology. The acronym stands for "Anti-Corruption Toolkit…


Weaving The Future Chris Lombardi · Workshop (90 minutes)

Weaving is one of the older technologies in humankind - there is evidence of looms from 9000 years ago. It is also the first programmed machine. Yet in these modern times, the mechanics of loom weaving seem to be a mysterious craft, left to the esoteric craftspeople of society. The goal of this wor…


World Wide Wars: Introduction to Exploiting Web Applications Tech Learning Collective · Workshop (120 minutes)

This workshop will introduce you to a free and professional-grade software program that is used to attack websites called the OWASP Zed Attack Proxy. In a specially prepared lab environment, you will see how real-life attack techniques like code injection are discovered and used in order to gain un…