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Monthly Archives: October 2007

Continuing the tradition of (NY|Chi|Bay|*)Sec groupings of infosec people without a vendor bent, announcing BERKSEC 0001 – just because, why not, it’s not in SF.

Come on by the Albatross Pub on Tuesday, Oct 30 at 7:30 or 8pm or later… Look for the long haired guy with a Toorcon t-shirt and join us.

Things got a little busy/crazy around here so I’m not satisfied with what I have done so far so no code yet. This past weekend was Toorcon 1001 and it was as enjoyable as ever. I had a few breakthrough ideas thanks to the talks and side chats with everybody. That’s mostly why I’m not satisfied — always room for improvement. 🙂

I promise to show something soon. Really.

I recently finished up a patch to Metasploit that processes NTLM Type Messages. These are the negotiated messages when authenticating to HTTP(S), IMAP, POP3 or SMTP. If you follow the svn trunk of Metasploit the support is there. Hopefully this weekend I’ll finalize everything for a cool release.