Sunday, November 29, 2009

IndySec Metasploit Unleashed Charity Event

What is the event?
In short, IndySec is hosting a community event based on the Metasploit Framework (MSF).

So, these guys, and a host of others, put this together as a way to raise money for Johnny's food program. Got it? Cool.

When is the event?
Saturday December 12th from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (with some social time afterward).

What do you get?
A sense of community, a networking opportunity, instruction from local security professionals, an attack lab, lunch, and you assist in Johnny's life-saving mission.

What is the donation amount?
$30.00. Yeah, take that training budget.

So who gets your money?
The Hackers for Charity Food Program. This is a relationship between you and Johnny's charity. IndySec does not touch your money; however, we would like the collective group to fill out the donation form in a similar way. More on this later.

Are we going to teach the entire class?
Nope. We would need two days to do it justice, so we will just hit some high spots over a Saturday afternoon.

Where is the event?
BlueLock on the world wide west side (of Indy).
6325 Morenci Trail, Indianapolis, IN
(Note, you must bring ID when you sign in to the facility. This is a BlueLock requirement.)

What should you bring?
A laptop with Backtrack or the MSF installed. Formal requirements now posted.

How do I register?
You can't anymore. We are at capacity and therefore registration is closed.

Want to learn more about Johnny's perspective?
Watch his 2009 Defcon presentation.
It's what got me thinking about doing a charity event - the talk blew my mind.

How can I help?
Email Steve. moore.steve (a t) gmail

My company wants to help provide X, Y, or Z. Who should they contact?
Again, email Steve. moore.steve (a t) gmail

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