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About DC151

Welcome to DC151

DC151 aims to establish a regular social gathering for hackers, makers and people interested in security and technology. Follow DC151 on Twitter

When: Every 2nd WednesdayWhere: The Midnight BellWho: Everybody WelcomeFormat: Anything goes Length: 30 mins maxHow: Contact the Organisers If you'd like to present or share something with the group please get in touch! Previous talks are on this blog.

Meetup #13 - November 14th 2018

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Another great @_dc151 last week with about 37 people making it along.
Many thanks to @linuxthor who shared his work on Linux rootkits and eBPF.
Once we've worked out what we're going to do over December we'll post some updates to Twitter!

Until then if you've got something you'd like to share with the group please get in touch :)

Meetup #12 - October 10th 2018

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Another great @_dc151 this week with just over 30 people making it along. Thanks again to the team @CrossKeysLeeds for hosting us.

Many thanks to our speakers;

Steve Davies:What's going on with cloud (an introduction)
Andy Backouse:Our Journey to Cloud (SkyBet)
Oliver Morton: Intro to Kerberos Abuse 

The next meeting is currently set to be on November 14th and once we’ve confirmed the venue we’ll share the information over Twitter.

If you've got something you'd like to share with the group we're looking for speakers so please get in touch.

Some pics from the night are up on our Instagram including a snap of Oliver rocking the single most appropriate choice of attire for a talk about rinsing kerberos!

Meetup #11 - September 5th 2018

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Another great @_dc151 this week with about 30 people making it along. Huge shout out and thanks to Chris and the team @CrossKeysLeeds for hosting us at such short notice.

Many thanks to our speakers;
@a8n_pub shared his infamous stalking talk.
@zseano shared his experiences with working bug bounties.

We don't have slides to share for either - if you were there on the night you can probably guess why! @zseano has let us know that his new project, bugbountynotes.com, is set to go live next week and that it aims to teach people about bug bounties and testing web apps. Make sure to check that out :)

The next meeting is currently set to be on October 10th and once we’ve confirmed the venue we’ll share the information over Twitter. If you've got something you'd like to share with the group we're looking for speakers so please get in touch. Until then stay safe and we look forward to seeing you at No.12!! 


Meetup #10 - August 15th 2018

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Another great @_dc151 last week with about 15 people making it along. We messed up, re-scheduling the same night as Beer-Sides in Manchester!


Many thanks to our speakers;
@E314cRael shared his thoughts on WiSpy
@northvein shared some thoughts on preparing for and hunting for abuse in apps


The next meeting will be on September 5th and once we’ve confirmed the venue we’ll share the information over Twitter.

Meetup #9 - July 11th 2018

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Another great @_dc151 last week with about 10 people making it along despite England playing in the Worldcup!

Many thanks to @SonOfSunTzu for presenting and for hanging around for the discussions that followed. Since the meetup he's taken the time to put together a blog post packed full of references and further reading which can be found here: blog.sonofsuntzu.org.uk

The next meeting will be in August and once we’ve confirmed the venue we’ll share the information over Twitter.

Meetup #8 - June 13th 2018

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Another great @_dc151 last week with about 30 people making it along.
Many thanks to our speakers;

@LargeCardinal shared his work with Bluetooth Low Energy @grimhacker shared his work on exploiting JSONP

The next meeting will be in July and once we’ve confirmed the venue we’ll share the information over Twitter.

Meetup #7 - May 9th 2018

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Another great @_dc151 last week with about 30 people making it along despite another train strike.
Many thanks to our speakers;

@linuxthor shared his work with "Offensive Bluetooth" @E314cRael returned to present "Confessions of a Software Dev"  @Jake_ORGLEEDS & @linuxthor presented "Exploring GrayKey"

The next meeting will be in June and once we’ve confirmed the venue we’ll share the information over Twitter.