Category «Hackerspaces»

Hack in The Box + Gratis Haxpo: 28, 29 30 mei

Dit jaar organiseert Hack in The Box naast de security conferentie een gratis side-event genaamd Haxpo. Haxpo komt van “Haxpositie” waarbij meer dan 40 communites, hackerspaces, technologie bedrijven en hackers hun projecten en werkzaamheden laten zien. Dit jaar zijn de hackerspaces Randomdata, Sk1llz, Hack42, Bitlair en Tech-inc als hackerspace aanwezig, maar ook partijen als Awesomeretro, …

Randomdata - Randomdata at Hack in The Box / Haxpo 2014 Amsterdam + The Inner Workings of Project-S

Randomdata will be present next week at the Hack in The Box Haxpo, you will find us at booth number 43.
In the past few months Ardillo and Fish_ and a bunch of volunteers have been working on a project called Project-S for HITB. The “S” stands for
Secret, Supercool, Strange, Special and a lot of other “super” words.

During one of the HITB NL core crew meetings we spoke about doing
“something extra” for the fifth Amsterdam edition of the HITB security
conference and to mark the first ever HITB Haxpo and after an evening of
brainstorming we knew what we wanted.

What is Project-S?

Project-S is an Über Badge
we created for Hack in The Box / Haxpo 2014 Amsterdam – a fully
functional Arduino with some extra features thrown in for extra hacky
goodness!

So what are these features?

The HITB Crew will have a badge with all components on-board
including some wireless communications – it also contains some LED’s as
well and after the conference you can use it as a regular Arduino

What? Only the HITB crew gets a badge?

NO! We have badges for sale at the Randomdata booth (NL-043)! Be sure you get it fast though because we have only 133.7 badges to sell!
We have fully completed badges as well as badges that require you to
get your soldering hackf00 on! Don’t know how to solder? Worry not, as Mitch Altman is on hand right next door (NL-044) to teach you how!

Can I pre-order a badge then?

No, sorry…

Can I see it now?

We’ve done even better – check out this video!

What else?

After the conference we might release some more goodies for the badge
for you to expand its functionality further. Got an idea you think we
should implement? Stop by the Randomdata booth

What can we do at the Randomdata booth?
– Solder your own HITB / Haxpo Badge

– Buy your own badge and goodies

– Learn how the project works

– see what projects where done by Randomdata in 2013/2014

– 28th May 16:00 at the Haxpo track we will tell you in 30 minutes who we did managed project-S

So where are you waiting for, come over to the Haxpo!

Randomdata - Randomdata at Hack in The Box / Haxpo 2014 Amsterdam + The Inner Workings of Project-S

Randomdata will be present next week at the Hack in The Box Haxpo, you will find us at booth number 43.
In the past few months Ardillo and Fish_ and a bunch of volunteers have been working on a project called Project-S for HITB. The “S” stands for
Secret, Supercool, Strange, Special and a lot of other “super” words.

During one of the HITB NL core crew meetings we spoke about doing
“something extra” for the fifth Amsterdam edition of the HITB security
conference and to mark the first ever HITB Haxpo and after an evening of
brainstorming we knew what we wanted.

What is Project-S?

Project-S is an Über Badge
we created for Hack in The Box / Haxpo 2014 Amsterdam – a fully
functional Arduino with some extra features thrown in for extra hacky
goodness!

So what are these features?

The HITB Crew will have a badge with all components on-board
including some wireless communications – it also contains some LED’s as
well and after the conference you can use it as a regular Arduino

What? Only the HITB crew gets a badge?

NO! We have badges for sale at the Randomdata booth (NL-043)! Be sure you get it fast though because we have only 133.7 badges to sell!
We have fully completed badges as well as badges that require you to
get your soldering hackf00 on! Don’t know how to solder? Worry not, as Mitch Altman is on hand right next door (NL-044) to teach you how!

Can I pre-order a badge then?

No, sorry…

Can I see it now?

We’ve done even better – check out this video!

What else?

After the conference we might release some more goodies for the badge
for you to expand its functionality further. Got an idea you think we
should implement? Stop by the Randomdata booth

What can we do at the Randomdata booth?
– Solder your own HITB / Haxpo Badge

– Buy your own badge and goodies

– Learn how the project works

– see what projects where done by Randomdata in 2013/2014

– 28th May 16:00 at the Haxpo track we will tell you in 30 minutes who we did managed project-S

So where are you waiting for, come over to the Haxpo!

Randomdata - Privacy Cafe Zaterdag, 17 May, 2014 – 13:30 to 16:30

Privacy Cafe is een gezellige bijeenkomst waar hackers je helpen met het beveiligen van je computer en je communicatie.

Sinds de onthulingen van Edward Snowden zijn steeds meer mensen geinteresseerd in digitale zelfverdediging. En het mooie is: veel van de tools en tactieken die It professionals, hackers en andere nerds gebruiken zijn helemaal niet zo moeilijk om te begrijpen. Maar je moet ze net even weten te vinden.

Een privacy Cafe?
Privacy Cafe is een gezellige informele bijeenkomst waarbij o.a. enkele deelnemers van Randomdata je helpen bij het beveiligen van je computer.Soortgelijke events worden regelmatig georganiseerd, meestal onder cryptische naam “crypto party“.
In samenwerking met

Dit event komt tot stand in samenwerking met Xander Bouwman (vrijwilliger bij Bits of Freedom), Randomdata (de Utrechtse Hackerspace), de Bibliotheek Utrecht en Setup.
Waar en wanneer is het?

17mei, in de centrale bibliotheek van Utrecht, van 13:30 tot 16:30u
Wat moet ik meenemen?

De apparaten die je wilt beveiligen. Vooral je laptop, maar ook in je smartphone kunnen we soms helpen te beveiligen.

Randomdata - Privacy Cafe Zaterdag, 17 May, 2014 – 13:30 to 16:30

Privacy Cafe is een gezellige bijeenkomst waar hackers je helpen met het beveiligen van je computer en je communicatie.

Sinds de onthulingen van Edward Snowden zijn steeds meer mensen geinteresseerd in digitale zelfverdediging. En het mooie is: veel van de tools en tactieken die It professionals, hackers en andere nerds gebruiken zijn helemaal niet zo moeilijk om te begrijpen. Maar je moet ze net even weten te vinden.

Een privacy Cafe?
Privacy Cafe is een gezellige informele bijeenkomst waarbij o.a. enkele deelnemers van Randomdata je helpen bij het beveiligen van je computer.Soortgelijke events worden regelmatig georganiseerd, meestal onder cryptische naam “crypto party“.
In samenwerking met

Dit event komt tot stand in samenwerking met Xander Bouwman (vrijwilliger bij Bits of Freedom), Randomdata (de Utrechtse Hackerspace), de Bibliotheek Utrecht en Setup.
Waar en wanneer is het?

17mei, in de centrale bibliotheek van Utrecht, van 13:30 tot 16:30u
Wat moet ik meenemen?

De apparaten die je wilt beveiligen. Vooral je laptop, maar ook in je smartphone kunnen we soms helpen te beveiligen.