Monthly Archives: February 2020

kr3ts: Binary exploitation 101

What is a buffer overflow? How do you smash the stack for fun and profit? Let’s get our hacking hands dirty, and dive into the weird and wonderful world of binary exploitation. It’s a topic in IT security that is not always easy to get started with, so let’s make it easier by trying out things together in a learning environment.

The kr3ts hackerspace at nattsvart is hosting a beginner level workshop on binary exploitation on 18 february, 18:00. Bring your laptop, and a way to run virtual environments (for example an installation of VirtualBox).

Roleplaying session on sunday the 9th of february!

Here’s a small resource for the currently running persistent world – in the form of headlines from ‘the local news outlets’ of the fictitious 1984: