This upcoming Friday, March 20th, the DC405 will be holding it’s monthly meeting and they’ve got a couple of great talks lined up. natron, will be giving a talk titled Advances in HTTP Encapsulated Shellcode and rob will be delivering a talk called Hacking Robotics. This should be an exceptionally cool meeting so if you haven’t made it out to the DC405, this is a great time to show up.
What: DC405 – March 2009 Meeting
Where: Panera Bread 10600 S Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, OK
When: Friday, 3/20/2009, 7-9pm
Check out the official DC405 site for more information.
Follow Up: natron’s Slide Deck
natron has recently turned out a sweet presentation for the Oklahoma City ISACA chapter titled “Common Enterprise Security Weaknesses”. I wasn’t there, but the slides can be found here.
With the amount of security fail that I see day-to-day, I enjoy things like this that are realistic/non-alarmist, but still bang people over the head with just how quickly things can down the tubes. Throwing money at product X probably isn’t the answer. Go check out what Nathan has put together. Boomer Sooner!
It’s spring and I was in the mood to build an extract IPA with some balance. Mission accomplished.
Cooper’s IPA Extract
DME – 3lbs
Crystal 20 – 1lb
Munich – 1lb
Yakima hops – 1oz
Liberty hops – 1oz
Cascade hops – 1oz
White Labs English Ale Yeast
Bring water to 170*F. Steep grains for 45 minutes. At the end of the steep I ran the wort through the grains in a colander a few times(4). Throw in DME and LME. Add Yakima and go 20 minutes. Add Cascade and go 20 minutes. Add Liberty and go 20 minutes.
After a week in primary I racked to secondary and repitched a sizeable starter. Look for this sucker to be poppin’ b0xen at the next OKC2600! Brew!