November 2017 Hackfest at DeVry University in Phoenix from 11AM -2PM.

We are very fortunate to be able to "rub elbows" with Joe Giron, aka AverageJoe from gironsec.com, who has a long and illustrious history of security engineering, pentesting and creative presentations that span phx2600, ToorCon, CactusCon and others.

AverageJoe is also well known for deep and wide code analysis, cryptography and custom on-the-fly scripting, all skills that the best practical security professionals develop early.   https://gironsec.com/code/

AverageJoe's papers elucidate clouded or cutting edge hacking:  https://gironsec.com/papers/

Joe has published or contributed to several CVE's: http://insecure.org/search.html?q=joseph.giron13

For November 2017, Joe will be providing a list of "Black OPs" subjects.     

We always provide exploitable systems, Kali Linux Live on WorkStations and open discussion, with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and/or follow along with another using Kali/MetaSploit.
 
We have ready willing and able team members ready to jump in and assist you in your attack(s).  
 
 
DeVry University Phoenix Campus

2149 W. Dunlap Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85021
 
 Call us if you get lost or can't find the door! (503) 754-4452 but the South Side (under the Student Office) of the DeVry University doors are opened where security guards are available to direct you to the second floor labs.