The Wireless Village will be present at BsidesNoVa for impromptu training and discussions and some WCTF shenanigans.
We cater to those who are new to radio communications as well as to those who have been playing for a long time. We are looking for the inexperienced people on up to the SIGINT squirrels to hang out, play, teach and learn wireless. The Village playtime can be done with a little knowledge, a pen tester’s determination, $40 worth of equipment, or $4000 worth of equipment, but the key is to play, teach, and learn.
To play our reindeer games at BsidesNoVa join SSID: WCTF_00 with password: Gone_Rogue
Helpful files can be found on resources at wctf.us
Keep an eye on @wctf_us, and @WIFI_Village for information and announcements, pre-con clues, and random shit that we find to be cool.
The Wireless Village is a group of experts in the areas of information security, WiFi, and radio communications with the common purpose to teach the exploration of these technologies. We focus on teaching classes on WiFi and Software Defined Radio, presenting guest speakers and panels, and providing the very best in Wireless Capture the Flag (WCTF) practice to promote learning.
Check out our website for tools, what you need, and what to do. Enjoy your journey. Find out more information at http://wctf.us
TL;DR -twitter @wctf_us -website wctf.us – play with us
Want to tinker with locks and tools the likes of which you’ve only seen in movies featuring cat burglars, spies, and secret agents? Then come on by the Lockpick Village, run by The Open Organisa!on Of Lockpickers, where you will have the opportunity to learn hands- on how the fundamental hardware of physical security operates and how it can be comprommised.
The Lockpick Village is a physical security demonstration and participation area. Participants can learn about the vulnerabilities of various locking devices, techniques used to exploit these vulnerabilities, and practice on locks of various levels of difficultly to try it themselves.
Experts will be on hand to demonstrate, and plenty of trial locks, picks, shims, and other devices will be made available. By exploring the faults and flaws in many popular lock designs, you can prepare yourself not only for possible work in the penetra!on tes!ng field, but also simply gain a much stronger knowledge about the best methods and practices for protecting your own infrastructure and personal property.
The mission of the Open Organisation Of Lockpickers is to advance the general public knowledge about locks and lockpicking. By examining locks, safes, and other such hardware and by publicly discussing our findings we hope to strip away the mystery with which so many of these products are imbued.
The more that people know about lock technology, the better they are capable of understanding how and where certain weaknesses are present. This makes them well-equipped to participate in sportpicking endeavors and also helps them simply be better consumers in the marketplace, making decisions based on sound fact and research.
NOVALABs, a Non-Profit, Maker Space in Reston, VA is sponsoring a soldering challenge. Stop by to seek their custom hand build 3D printers, Full Size BB-8 and Custom Drone projects and learn why “ReDiscover the Joy of Making” is their slogan. NOVALABs also host a variety of free/inexpensive Cyber Classes like Network Design, NoVA Hackers and others every month. Want to try your hand at making an analog telephone bug, line-following robot, Shake the Dice LED kit or a few other challenging soldering projects. If you can finish, you get to keep your new project. Only 50 kits available, are you up for the challenge!
Check out our website to learn more about what a 10,000+ K makerspace has to offer: www.nova-labs.org and make a free account today !