Assembly:Internetwache.org & Friends

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Website https://internetwache.org/
Contact assembly@internetwache.org
Description Internetwache.org presents their work and meets up with (internet) friends to chat, hack, drink and party hard. We'll also host a small CTF and demonstrate some 'live' hacks.
Members Gehaxelt, IW Tim, Yur
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Related to Assembly Assembly:C-base, Assembly:C3PB
Tags ctf, hacking, bugbounty, cyber, internet, it-security, linux
Registered on
Provides stage no
Location for self-organized sessions no
Orga contact contact@internetwache.org
Brings Nothing that doesn't fit on (under?) a table: Usual computer/networking stuff, small LED strips and stickers. Most likely one TowerPC and a monitor to host and show off our CTF and demonstrate some 'live' hacks.

One of those round tables fitted our needs quite well last year :)

Projects Our project is called internetwache.org and try to 'hack' the web for the good, e.g. by participating in responsible disclosure/bug bounty programs. We can definitely introduce interested hacker's to the pros (and cons?) of legal hacking and are happy to share any tricks&tips.

We'll also host our last-year's CTF (https://ctftime.org/event/290) for newcomers to play and demonstrate some 'live' hacks related unsecure protocols (e.g. http/dns/...)

Uses money no money handling
Need fibre no
Extra Power No.
Near passage definitively not
Character of assembly just a gathering space
Seats needed 6
Extra seats 0
Aread needed 0
Arrival and build up We don't have a lot of time-consuming stuff to prepare, but we'll arrive on the 26th if that helps.

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Internetwache.org presents their work and meets up with (internet) friends to chat, hack, drink and party hard. (Meeting fellow hackers @ 33C3 was fun!)

We would like to meet some new people from the IT-Security community to talk about bugbounty programs, CTFs, crypto currencies or other interesting topics that are not necessarily associated with IT.

We'll host our newcomer-friendly Internetwache CTF 2016 to introduce people to jeopardy-style CTF games. Furthermore, we'll demonstrate security issues of unsecure protocols (http/dns) in untrusted networks.

Last but not leat, we will gladly show others how to secure their communication, their laptops, websites etc.