January 17, 2019 | #oposec #infosec #ctf
“Based in Porto, the ØxＯＰＯＳɆＣ group was started by g33ks who are passionate about security. The meetup primary mission is to discuss and tackle upsurging security issues by leveraging the expertise and know-how of members of the group.” This is the write-up of the challenge at the 0x70 meetup edition, by DDuarte and André Morais.
December 19, 2018 | #hardware #webofthings #iot #mozilla
The Web of Things aims to build the Internet of Things in a truly open, flexible, and scalable way, using the Web as its application layer. Empowering this idea, Mozilla has been making efforts towards a Web of Things standards, providing a gateway implementation along with libraries for the most common languages. In this blog post, we will go through the process of making a Web of Things device.
December 01, 2018 | #bsideslisbon #infosec #ctf
During the past two days, I went to the Bsides Lisbon conference. Among all the talks/workshops (that will be available online), a CTF competition and two badge-based challenges (RFID-card and a hardware soldering badge) there were some sponsor mini-challenges for some random prizes (among them a fluffy
scary teddy unicorn). This is the write-up of the mini CTF made by Checkmarx.
November 23, 2018 | #raspberrypi #3dprint
NeXT Computer (also called the NeXT Computer System) is a workstation computer that was developed marketed, and sold by NeXT Inc. This is a write-up of a maker project to replicate the original NeXT computer (plus some mods) with a Raspberry Pi.
November 22, 2018 | #helloworld
Hello world, this is my first blog post. A place for sharing ideas, thoughts, experiments and other tales of a jack-of-all-trades and master of some.