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Open Brew Day! 18/05/19

By Baron, on 2019-05-15 12:43:01 -0400 EDT





Saturday May 18th 2019 @ 10:00

It’s time for another brew day! This Saturday! All welcome, from experienced brewing enthusiasts to complete beginners! We’ll be doing an easy kit brew as well as kombucha! Bring a few dollars to cover material costs and you can go home with your own mason jar of kombucha (which can work as starting material for your own brew!).

We’ll start at about 10:00. On average, brewing takes 5 hours +/- discussion period.

While all donations are always appreciated, if you just want to drop in for brewing chitchat and to help stir the brew no donation is needed.


Intro to Python Workshop

By eigma, on 2019-05-09 23:13:09 -0400 EDT





Sunday May 19th 2019 @ 14:00

This is an introductory, hands-on workshop for absolute begginers. We will start with an introduction to python, and work our way up by learning and applying basic programming concepts until we are able to make our own auto-correct program as an example.

Please bring your own laptop and install Python 3.6.5 here: https://www.python.org/downloads/release/python-365/. No programming experience required!

Tickets on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/intro-to-python-workshop-19052019-tickets-61444893330


Unicorn Engine : Skills Weaponized, Recognize the Clockwork

By Danukeru, on 2019-02-02 20:14:23 -0500 EST





Sunday February 24th 2019 @ 10:00

Goals:
We will learn how to reverse engineer a basic buffer overflow vulnerability.
Part of this will be an introduction to fuzzing for the vulnerability, followed by how to write a piece of
modern exploit code that will work around Address Space Layout Randomization and Write/Execute Exclusion.

This will be a Windows10 focused tutorial.

Bringing your own laptop with Win10 installed in some fashion is required.

More advanced techniques will be seen as time permits.

Subjects covered:

  • Setting up x64dbg on windows, and navigating a basic binary.
  • Integrating this with unicorn engine.
  • OS end execution model for Win10 overview.
  • Exploit code and shellcode development.
  • Basic fuzzing of input through hooking the binary using unicorn engine.
  • Stretch goal: if time permits, we will leverage Z3 based SMT solvers to fuzz.

This is an advanced course.

8 hours has been assigned to the block with an hour for lunch. Finishing at 18:00.
Knowledge of at least python scripting as well as the basics of computer science is required.

A 25$ donation at the door is strongly encourged to support FOULAB.


brew day jan 2019

By Strawdog, on 2019-01-19 17:07:37 -0500 EST





Sunday January 27th 2019 @ 10:00

The coming weekend brings another of foulab’s brewing days, and we are happy to welcome everyone from experienced brewing enthusiasts to complete beginners! We’ll be doing a all grain brew this time. With enough public interest, we can do a formal workshop complete with notes and presentation. Alternately we can use the stand around the brew pot and chitchat learning method.

We’ll start at about 10:00. On average, brewing takes 5 hours +/- discussion period.

For those who would like a formal presentation and notes, recommended donation to help cover material costs is 10$ to 20$. While all donations are always appreciated, if you just want to drop in for brewing chitchat and to help stir the brew no donation is needed.


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