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NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 5 May 2010 NYCBUG: Kevin Figueroa on packet manipul


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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 5 May 2010 NYCBUG: Kevin Figueroa on packet manipulation with Scapy
Date: 4 May 2010 23:54:42 -0400

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 Date: Sun, 02 May 2010 23:20:36 -0400
 To: address@hidden
 From: NYC*BUG Announcements <address@hidden>
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 *  Upcoming meetings

 *  LOPSA PIC Conference

 *  BSDCan

 *      *       *       *

 May 05, 2010
 Scapy

 6:45 PM, Suspenders Restaurant
 http://www.suspendersbar.com/location.php

 Scapy is one of the most powerful packet manipulation programs currently 
 available. One of its powerful features lies within its capability in 
 creating and decoding packets using numerous different types of 
 protocols. In addition, it also has the ability send and receive 
 packets, plus performing a number of useful penetration testing tasks, 
 such as, handling tasks like scanning, tracerouting, network discovery 
 and certain attacks. It serves duties like sending invalid frames, and 
 creating double encapsulated packets in order to perform VLAN hopping. 
 Perform Nmap-like scan much faster, inject 802.11 wireless frames, and 
 combine different types of custom manipulation techniques within a 
 single packet.

 Kevin Figueroa has been a life-long resident of the Bronx. Over the last 
 13 years he has developed skills on a wide range of cyber security, 
 which lead him to various certifications as, A+, Network +, Security +, 
 and CEH. He has spoken at the several Cyber Security Conference in the 
 world. Kevin is the President and Senior Security Analyst for K & T 
 International Consulting, Inc, which provides a spectrum of cyber 
 security services like, security analysis, penetration testing, 
 compliance audit, wireless security assessment, and reverse engineering 
 analysis. K & T International Consulting, Inc. has successfully managed 
 projects for clients like, The Federal Reserve Bank, CitiGroup, 
 MacQuesten Inc. and many Fortune 500 companies. He is also the founder 
 of Bronx Academy of Intelligent Technologists (BAIT). This academy 
 focuses on teaching cyber security, certification courses, and 
 preforming IT security research and Development. By grooming children 
 and young adults on future technologies and how to secure these 
 technology the students will be a great asset in securing the future of 
 Corporations and national infrastructure.

 June 2 2010, Nikolai on an Introduction to GDB for System Administrators 
 and Programmers

 http://www.nycbug.org/index.php?NAV=Home;SUBM=10265

 *      *       *       *

 May 07, 2010

 LOPSA PICC Conference (sysadmins and all invited!)

 Sysadmins and IT professionals!

 Training! Talks! Fun!

 Hyatt Regency, New Brunswick, NJ. (1 hour by train from Penn Station; 
 then a 3 block walk: 
 
http://lopsanj.org/events/picc10/a-special-note-for-people-from-new-york-city-and-philly.html
 
 )

 Non-profit, community-oriented. Unix/Windows/Storage/Networking!

 "Regional Conferences are your best conference value!"

 *      *       *       *

 BSDCan is coming!

 May 11-14 in Ottawa, Canada

 http://www.bsdcan.org
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Distributed poC TINC:

Jay Sulzberger <address@hidden>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
http://www.lxny.org


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