After more than six months of preparation, the Night da Hack ended Sunday, June 20. Many personalities from the world of security were present and maybe future personalities in the field. It was also the occasion for all to meet #hzv people IRL. This night was special because for the first year we had sponsors, international talks, and especially more than 600 people came to share a drink in a festive atmosphere.
You can find the slides of the conferences below, then the official videos of the event in a few days on site the night da hack. The event was complemented by workshops led by such Babozor, XavBox, NoCrash, Sloshy, and Guifort SorcierFXK. In parallel, the CTF has been merciless, the DOS has taken over in order to lose the maximum number of points to opposing teams. Woe to the first team (choucroute) won points for the first target of the CTF became known on the dashboard developed for the occasion. Tests have been validated to catch up due to DOS, the teams are organized to maximize the attacks and the winners were made known ... The results of the CTF are published in detail later.
As for public Wargame, WiFi problems have complicated the operations of the challengers, but for the most diligent and brave of them, a number of tests have been validated.
Overall it is about 80% of the events of the CTF and wargame overall public who have not been validated. It must be said that the staff in charge of events has not been idle. We decided to put online the public wargame part of Night da Hack. You'll find it at this address: http://wargame.nuitduhack.com. Enjoy and good game...
Conclusion, this night has been rich in emotion and exhausting for the entire STAFF. We thank you for your support and also thank all staff for their unwavering implications, which helped make this night of unforgettable Hack. We took into account any feedback (good or bad ...) so that the 2011 edition is to meet your expectations.
If you wish to contribute to the community and be part of the organization of Night Da Hack. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember of HackerZVoice meeting, every first Saturday of each month (located in Paris) and soon (maybe) a HZV ezine #04. In the meantime you can always read the HZV ezine #03
Feel free to send us your pics and videos of Night Da Hack at email@example.com
Entries for the Night Hack 2010 is complete ! Sorry for those who could not get a seat.
La Grotte du Barbu, filming the first episode of Season 3 From Night Da Hack 2010 : "Supermarket Trolley Hacking" !
Registration is closed for this year. Register to our newsletter to obtain last NDH access from our sponsors.
NDH staff is pretty proud : this year the event has attracted a wider public as well as international speakers. NDH should complement its 500 registrations a month before the event.
The challenge of Night Da Hack made full this year with 12 teams, that is to say 60 people who s' will face for a capture the flag by team. In parallel, a public challenge will be opened for all.
For more information, rendez-vous on June 19, 2010
Windows Physical Memory Acquisition and Analysis
The goal of this training is to present existing format of physical memory dumps (raw, hibernation, crash dump), their importance and how to operate efficiently to extract relevant information, such as: list of active and/or inactive processes, activity and DLL list for each application.
A second VIP talk has been confirmed: Advanced Mac OS X Physical Memory Analysis, by Matthieu Suiche.
Matthieu Suiche is a security researcher who focuses on reverse code engineering and volatile memory analysis. His previous researches/utilities include Windows hibernation file, Windows physical memory acquisition (Win32dd/Win64dd) and Mac OS X Physical Memory Analysis.
Matthieu has been a speaker during various security conferences such as PacSec, BlackHat USA, EUROPOL High Tech Crime Meeting, Shakacon etc. Prior to starting in 2010 MoonSols, a computer security and kernel code consulting and software company, Matthieu worked for companies such as E.A.D.S. (European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company) and the Netherlands Forensics Institute of the Dutch Ministry of Justice.
This year, George Hotz (Geohot), that was the first to crack both the iPhone and the PS3, will give a talk at Night Da Hack about his recent work. Click here to sign in to the event.
Night Da Hack is one of the oldest French underground hacking conference. Also known as “Nuit du Hack”, this event aims at bringing together IT professionals and hackers around computer security related talks, workshops and contests.
Date: June 19-20 2010
Time: 4 PM - 7 AM
Location: Paris, France
We are looking for speakers and volunteers for workshop organization!
For the first time, this 2010 edition will be open to english-speaking talks and workshops.
If you are interested, please read the call for proposals.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.