February 20th, 2012
Check out the other Shmoocon Labs 2012 writeups here.
Happy Presidents Day everyone! Too bad I’m working. Fortunately Branson came at my with his ShmooLabs writeup today! This is a cross post from http://sandsite.org/2012/02/shmoocon-labs-looking-back/ where you can read some of Branson’s great writing on stuff – and he looks great in a kilt! (I personally…»Read the full article
February 17th, 2012
Here is Part 4 on our series on the experience of helping run the labs network at Shmoocon 2012. This post was written by Liam Randall, aka @Hectaman Let us know what you think in the comments!
Shmoocon Labs Reflection
This was my first year at Shmoocon and I went ahead and decided to…»Read the full article
February 8th, 2012
Here is a post from Ray Davidson on his 4th year doing Shmoocon Labs! Thanks Ray! Make sure to check @RayDavidson on twitter! I personally had a great time getting to know Ray a bit better during the con! He good peeps! You should too!
Make sure to check out Shmoocon Labs Part…»Read the full article
February 6th, 2012
So this year I have asked people who have contributed to labs to write up their expereiences. Here is the first one from Alex/@bluejaytkd. I want to thank Alex for taking the time to do this!
If have haven’t listened to Ep1 of the Roc Sec Podcast, a bunch of the core labs…»Read the full article
February 3rd, 2012
Here is a great video Brett Thorson over at Compute Cycle did on how he setup IPv6 functionality for the Shmoocon Network. You can follow @computecycle on twitter. This was originally posted on Brett’s Compute Cycle Blog. Check out some of his other videos!
January 24th, 2012
Here is it! Episode 0×1! We interview Andrea Cogliati, President of the Rochester OWASP chapter, then talk abit about the impending Shmoo, and then we have a group (Ken Caruso, Brett Thorson, Branson, and JP chat about how Shmoocon Labs came to be and what we look forward to in 2012.
Edit: Please take the…»Read the full article
February 3rd, 2011
EDIT: Here’s one place to buy these — iODD seems to be the OEM vendor — and they are available around branded differently and with different model numbers. http://bit.ly/yRmsnu
So after we got down to labs around 9am Thursday, we started to install some Linux and Windows OSes. One of the things we did ahead…»Read the full article