HackBama Con

Our first Annual Conference Some things to do at HackBama conference:Competitive hacking challenges, such as capture the flag (CTF) competitions and wifi hackingWorkshops to learn new skills or practice old ones.Notorious Cyber Security Speakers from around the world.Training and certification classes by EC-Council.Parties and Social Networking.Food/Drinks.Escape Rooms.and More!! Limited Number of Attendees so Signup now for free before we charge!
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Escape room

Gonna do a macgyver escape room perhaps tomorrow of them at Huntsville West. We will be in a meeting room...I'll post Hackbama signsWill be super fun!!
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Chown –R US /home/you/Freqz – RF Hacking

Presenter: Henry Lugo, NSA Accredited Red Team, Operator Abstract: Henry will be talking about RF hacking, one of his favorite hobbies. He will be doing some demos. Let's just say... your brand new car may be vulnerable. This is a limited access meetup. Make sure to RSVP before there are no more spots. What to Bring: Yourself
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Getting HAM Radio Certified

Presenter: Brad Ikerman Abstract: HAM Radio is an integral part of emergency communications. From Hurricanes to Earthquakes, it allows for people to communicate without the needs of major infrastructure.  This talk will discuss what HAM Radio is, how to get your license, and some of the interesting things that can be done from within the community. What to Bring: Yourself
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How I got Hacked

Presenter: Gregory Hanis Abstract: Understanding an Attack Surfaces and the misconception along with my theory on how to improve it. The attack surface of a software environment is the sum of the different points (the "attack vectors") where an unauthorized user (the "attacker") can try to enter data to or extract data from an environment.  Due to the increase in the countless potential vulnerable points each enterprise has, there has been increasing advantage for hackers and attackers as they only need to find one vulnerable point to succeed in their attack. what to bring: yourself
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ElasticSearch Stack

Presenter: Jacob Henson Abstract: An overview of the Elastic Stack and how it is used to centralize logging as a replacement to SPLUNK. It can be very useful when attempting to identify problems with your servers or applications, as it allows you to search through all of your logs in a single place. It is also useful because it allows you to identify issues that span multiple servers by correlating their logs during a specific time frame. What to Bring: Yourself
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Getting HAM Radio Certified

Presenter: Brad Ikerman Abstract: HAM Radio is an integral part of emergency communications. From Hurricanes to Earthquakes, it allows for people to communicate without the needs of major infrastructure.  This talk will discuss what HAM Radio is, how to get your license, and some of the interesting things that can be done from within the community. What to Bring: Yourself
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Social Event

Social Gathering. play with old computers... do a ctf.. who knows we will be doing a social event.. location yet to be determind
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