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Friday, October 5, 2012
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Thursday, April 5, 2012
A few folks in town are interested in setting up a mesh network based on 802.11g. I have invited them to the meeting tomorrow night, and will have some info to share. It will probably operate on FCC Part 97 rules (meaning it will be limited to amateur radio operators) but we'd like to build on some stuff rsaxvc showed off at a recent KC2600 meeting as well. As always, it's an open discussion, so bring your projects, questions and topics for discussion.
Friday, February 3, 2012
If people are interested, I'll go over some of the common complaints of this lock and how so many people manage to lock themselves out of it forever. I might live stream it on uStream. I might actually lock myself out of this lock forever, too, but hopefully not.
Saturday, December 3, 2011
By my count, there were 12 people at the meeting last night. Not nearly a record, but the most we've seen at one meeting in quite a few months. I think there were three first-timers, too. It was great meeting you and we look forward to crossing paths again. As always, there were many good discussions on everything from encryption, steganography and programming to economics and geology.
There are many places to find live samples of malware. I was using Malware Domain List. Use common sense, here. I can't stress enough that you should know what you are doing if you use any information on this page. I'd suggest using a virtual machine, the NoScript (or similar) plugin and/or a non-Windows operating system. Even still: no guarantees. Play safe, kids!
Our next meeting will be on January 6th, and we may have a post-meeting chili supper at Chez ax0n, if I can get the misses to sign off on it.