Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Brian Fields (aka AZ Rune) will be both hosting the November Phoenix Linux User Group and providing our monthly presentation content next Wednesday at the Cowden Center of (HIPAA Compliant) John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital from 18:00 until 20:30.Hackfests are semi-quarterly events that provide open encroachment using Linux Distro based pentest and exploit tools. Hackfests require registration, presentations do not. Presentations are held in public venues on community based networks, and provide no avenue for lab testing of security tools. Hackfests always need build engineers, IDS and forensic staff people with abilities in Snort, puppet and Backtrack4, Samari, DVL and OWASP tools. There is an open call for monthly presentations; contact
The Cowden Center is located in the North Mountain Hospital Complex at 9202 N. 2nd Street, Phoenix Arizona 85020. PLUG uses the Auditorium #180 since we generally have up to 40 students and professionals attend. The NEW DAY and time for our winter series is the First Wednesday of every month starting at 18:00 until 20:30 to give everyone a chance to show up late or come earlier.Presentation materials are available online the day of the event if you could not attend.,+phoenix+az&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=41.411029,74.794922&ie=UTF8&z=16&iwloc=addr

PLUG provides coordination with local educators for extra credit and happily organize signup sheets and content syllabus with teachers. Contact us to make arrangements.References:

The Phoenix Linux User Group Security Lab members heartily thank everyone who has made these events possible including ABLEConf and LinuxFund.


SororRavn said...

Is this an open forum for learning or do you have to be "in the know," so to speak?

AZ RUNE said...

Wow, sorry for the late reply, LOL! This is mainly me posting for tracking what I have done and where to build on.


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