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St. Louis Security Group

A SLUUG Special Interest Group

Meeting Hiatus

No more meetings until further notice!

Anyone interested in running this group should contact us.

VOLUNTEER
The Security SIG meets on the 4th or 5th Wednesday of most months at either:
  • 1710 Deer Tracks Trail, Suite #240, St. Louis, MO 63131, or
  • 1 SAVVIS Parkway, Town and Country, MO 63017.
  • Start time is 6:30 PM, the usual stop time is 8:00 PM, out by 8:30 PM.

    Sessions usually include Hands on Lab using both Microsoft Windows XP and GNU/Linux (Unix) PC workstations.

    Here is our password guidelines (~510 Kb PDF) for beginners.

  • No more meetings until further notice!
  • Some Past meetings:

  • 28 November 2007 - - NO MEETING - Room Not Available
  • 31 October 2007 - - NO MEETING - Room Not Available
  • 26 September 2007 - - NO MEETING - Room Not Available
  • 29 August 2007 - - NO MEETING - Summer Hiatus
  • 25 July 2007 - - Continued Examination of Snort by Chris Byrd, CISSP, and Mark Buchanan
  • 27 June 2007 - - NO MEETING - Canceled - Unable to access rooms on this date
  • 30 May 2007 - - Snort and BASE by Clarence Johnson
  • 25 April 2007 - - Advanced SSH by Carl Fitch (Re-Scheduled from March)
  • 28 March 2007 - - NO MEETING - Canceled - Unable to access rooms on this date
  • 28 February 2007 - - NO MEETING - Canceled Due to Multiple Conflicts
  • 24 January 2007 - - Security Certifications by Stan Reichardt
  • xx December 2006 - - There was NO meeting this month (UMSL Holiday Schedule closes building)
  • 29 November 2006 - - Hands On - Using Encryption Applications
  • 25 October 2006 - - Primer on Encryption by Mark Buchanan
  • 27 September 2006 - - Network Diagnostics & Deep Packet Scanning by Ed Morrisy of Global Velocity
  • 30 August 2006 - - Hands on Lab: Metasploit (Inside Out Hacking -- Bypassing Firewalls) by Chris Byrd, CISSP
  • 26 July 2006 - - Hands on Lab: OpenVPN by Mark Buchanan
  • 28 June 2006 - - Hands on Lab With Laptops - Basic Linux Security
  • 24 May 2006 - - Hands on Lab With Laptops - Wireless Troubleshooting - Kismet & Other Diagnostic Tools
  • 26 April 2006 - - Hands on Lab With Laptops - Wireless Security Hacks
  • 22 March 2006 - - Using dd_rescue and dd_rhelp by Carl Fitch
  • 22 February 2006 - - Hands on Lab - Using KDE STP Nessus
  • 25 January 2006 - Hands on Lab - Web Server Hacks and SSL - 234Kb SSL Certificates Guide
  • 28 December 2005 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: - Meeting CANCELLED Because Center Closed
  • 30 November 2005 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: - Hands on Lab - Windows XP Hacks by Clarence Johnson
  • 26 October 2005 - Hands on Lab - OpenBSD Personal Firewall by Barry Morrison
  • 28 September 2005 - - Network Security Assessment by VistaWiz
  • 31 August 2005 -- Delayed then Cancelled due to conflicts
  • 27 July 2005 - Hands on Lab - Knoppix Hacks
  • 29 June 2005 - Hands on Lab - Installing OpenBSD
  • 25 May 2005 -- Hands on Lab - Cisco Password Recovery
  • 27 April 2005 -- Hands on Lab - Using scripts to change iptables
  • 23 March 2005 -- Hands on Lab - More Computer Forensics
  • 23 February 2005 -- Hands on Lab - Exploring Wireless Security
  • 26 January 2005 -- Hands on Lab - Computer Forensics Using Knoppix STD tool Autopsy - 300K Guide sheet
  • 17 December 2004 -- (Holiday schedule) Hands On Lab Using Knoppix Security Tools Distribution (STD)
  • 17 November 2004 -- (Holiday schedule) Hands On Lab Using Ethereal to Analyse TCP/UID packets
  • 27 October 2004 -- Presentation of Security in IPV6 by Jeffrey Ziesemann
  • 22 September 2004 -- Cancelled due to conflicts
  • 25 August 2004 -- Covered general Cryptogrophy concepts and hands on using PGP
  • 28 July 2004 -- Covered Intrusion Detection using SNORT with hands on examples
  • Our Sponsor:

    The UM-St. Louis Microcomputer Program provides the training lab rooms and computers for these hands-on sessions. These facilities are at the West County Computer Center near Interstate 270 and Manchester Road, see this map .

     
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