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the_empty
06-22-2011, 12:45 AM
Garage Meet June - 2011
Date : 18- June - 2011
Time : 1100 - 1630 Hours

Attained By - neo1981, fb1h2s, 41.W4R10R, Godwin_Austin, the_empty, anantshri,
babloo, [S]. darkdawn, Micr0, darshit, cool_toad


It has been almost a year now for us to have started the Garage Meets. Though the official timing of this months Garage meet was 1100 hours on June,
18; it actually started when me, 41.W4r10r and micro reached Austin's place
where fb1h2s was going through some hardcore work-out for physical fitness. One
more thing which he and Godwin_Austin are trying to inherited from the MASTER.
Throughout the night we discussed many things most of which included some
important incidents of recent past. That was when we actually decided upon the
plan about the next day's meet, the topics and talks etc.

So, as decided we all gathered at the E-Square theater and came to know that the
sucking cafe would not allow us to use laptops. So we had to move to the Campus
of nearby college and had this months meet in the shadows of a large tree.

As always many of us were having new ideas to present. The most
noticeable ones were Austin's plans to take Darkest MD5 hash scrapper tool
(dark_Cracker) to new heights, anantshri's idea about a SMTP based DoS attack
and a show stopper by neo1981 about HAM radios.

Godwin_Austin and anantshri described that how the functionality of
Dark_cracker can be extended and how could this tool be made more reliable and
fast. Godwin_Austin is now looking after the code part whereas anantshri has
already shared many links of online md5 cracking site which could be used to
enhance the functionality of the tool. With these two awesome minds working
together we could expect some beautiful results very soon.

Here is the link for the tool we discussed and anantshri has already started
gathering resources which can be added to the tool

http://www.garage4hackers.com/showthread.php?478-D4rk-cracker-A-md5-cracker-in-python

With this we again discussed the Idea of having our own MD5 hash cracking
server. This rig as per our previous calculations would cost somewhere around
1L. Current plans are to host it somewhere so that we can use it for other
testing purposes as well. We are still in the discussion process and will soon
come up with the GOOD NEWS.

After this anantshri wanted us to show the brand new version of Backtrack. He
couldn't find a system to install it so he had it installed on his Sony Experia
mobile and it was an awesome experience to watch it running on a chrooted
phone. To those who don't know - anantshri is the first known human being to
have installed bt5 successfully on sony experia. Techdistinct.com has posted a
news about this which can be found at

http://www.techdistinct.com/2011/05/sony-ericsson-xperia-10-caught-running-backtrack-5-ubuntu/


After this neo1981 took the chance to question me and warrior about the progress
we have made in last couple of months about the RFID project we were working
upon. So far we have managed to learn few things about RFID technology. To go
deeper in this domain, me and warrior have planned to grab some RFID reader
writers and other related hardware to setup a small testing lab for our
experiments. When we talk about RFIDs most people think that its all about
bypassing the RFID scanner and getting the STUFF out of the shopping mall (for
free :P). However after being enlightened by Godwin_Austin in last meet, me and
warrior worked upon the other possible attack vectors on RFID implementation and
were able to find many things. Most of the data can be found at rfidvirus.org.
Soon me and warrior will get hands on the hardware and shoot out towards the
goals.

After this obviously we turned to the legend, rather than answering about his
ACTUAL plans about the HAM radio, neo1981 distracted all of us by taking out his
brand new Samasung Galaxy Tab. This awesome android base gadget is what my next
dream is.

There were some other interesting and very important topics as well which we
discussed and information about those will be posted when the proper time
arrives.

Then after we all had a very nice and rather heavy lunch as all were hungry.
Then-after we moved to the Nullmeet which was scheduled at 1630 hours at a nearby
college. There also fb1h2s talked about the ways we can actually use XSS
vulnerability generally found in the web applications. The same paper is posted
here also with the name XSS to Root in the Meanest Hacks section.

anantshri explained about his recent experience in which he had accidentally and
unknowingly did a DoS attack on his own website. It cost him $75 to partially
recover the damage. anantshri has already posted the details of this on forum
link of which is given below
http://www.garage4hackers.com/showthread.php?1039-SMTP-based-DoS-attack-more-then-just-DoS


After this we all had some coffee and snacks and concluded the Garage meet for June 2011.


The new members who joined our family and meetings this time were : anantshri,
babloo, [s], cool_toad
I would love to once more welcome these guys to this new family of theirs where
in we will share our knowledge and experiences and keep growing with more pace and stability.

Long live Garage, long live the Garage Spirit.

Bye Bye

See you soon with the next meeting schedules

Regards,

The_Empty
Root is nothing but a state of Mind

fb1h2s
06-22-2011, 01:11 AM
Did you get fired from your office or something ? . That was the quickest of all your write ups and I wonder how you managed to pull that time :D with out getting fired :D .

Anant Shrivastava
06-22-2011, 08:42 AM
good one fb1H2s

well i was also not expecting such a quick turnaround ...

Good job the_empty

neo
06-22-2011, 11:31 AM
Little correction empty

After this obviously we turned to the legend, rather than answering about his
ACTUAL plans about the HAM radio, neo1981 distracted all of us by taking out his
brand new Samasung Galaxy Tab

Well the Galaxy TAB might have been distratction for you but I did talk about the HAM radio afterwards, and did tell about shortwave radio communication the HAM radio operetors user. I did tell about the License needed for the HAM radio operations. I also told about the HAm radio devices and cheap electronic kits to construct HAM radio sets. But since it was pure Electronics and Radio communication, everybody didnt seem much interested in it. So I didnt take forward the subject. :-)

the_empty
06-22-2011, 11:36 AM
so the fireball is burning again.....

neo, all i wanted to say is that you did not talk about the "plans".... :)

prashant_uniyal
06-22-2011, 11:38 AM
As usual, awesome write-up by the_empty..Tempts me to join Garage Meet :D

neo
06-22-2011, 11:41 AM
@empty
Well if it seemed fireball, my intention was not that :-)
I was just explaining on my side :-)

P.S. I forgot to mention it is a great write up, as your other writeups on garage meets.

41.w4r10r
06-22-2011, 11:47 AM
@the_empty:
we are missing Neodymium Magnet thing here...

But still writeup in 36hours is appreciated....

the_empty
06-22-2011, 11:56 AM
@neo thank you for the appreciation and apologies for misinterpreting your previous post.

@41.w4r10r - Thank you for reminding me that one. I will compensate this with an entire article about neodymium.

Punter
06-22-2011, 12:47 PM
Great writeup hope soon i will join the meet and learn from u guys great G4H

d4rkd4wn
06-23-2011, 01:19 PM
@the_empty thanks for the write up

@41.w4r10r please let me know whenever you will get the Neodymium Magnet.