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NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 7 April 2010 NYCBUG: Marco Figueroa on Nepenthes Ag

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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 7 April 2010 NYCBUG: Marco Figueroa on Nepenthes Against Script Kiddies
Date: Tue, 04 May 2010 16:12:28 -0000

  what="official NYC*BUG announcement"

 Date: Sun, 04 Apr 2010 20:18:47 -0400
 From: NYC*BUG Announcements <>
 Subject: [announce] NYC*BUG Upcoming

 We have a bunch of announcements, including:

 *  upcoming meetings

 *  BSD Certification Group Jobs Task Analysis released

 *  BSDCan Registration is Open

 *  NYCBSDCon 2010 Update

 *  BSDFund partners with NYCBUG

 *  Internships

 *      *       *       *       *

 *  upcoming meetings

 This Wednesday

 April 07, 2010

 6:45 PM, Suspenders Restaurant

 Detecting and defending your network from script kiddies using Nepenthes

 We will discuss what is nepenthes, why was it created, how does it work 
 and how to install it. As well as where to install Nepenthes on your 
 network to get the best results. We will have sample analysis of 
 Malicious Binary and show how to figure out what the code is really doing.

 Marco Figueroa is a Senior Security Analyst for fortune 500 companies. 
 Marco`s expertise includes reverse engineering malware, incident 
 handling, hacker attacks and defenses. He has performed numerous 
 security assessments, and responded to computer attacks for clients in 
 different market verticals. Marco holds the following certifications: 
 GCIH, GREM, Security+, Network+, A+. You can contact him at

 May 5th meeting will be Kevin Figueroa on Scapy

 June 2nd meeting will be Nikolai Festissov on The Art of Debugging

 *  BSD Certification Group Jobs Task Analysis released

 Huge thanks to all who took part in the survey.

 The summary report is at

 *  BSDCan Registration is Open

 Register today for the Ottawa, Canada conference being held May 11-14, 
 including tutorials.

 *  NYCBSDCon 2010 Update

 We are proud to announce that our biannual conference will be held at 
 Cooper Union in Manhattan November 12-14th in 2010.

 Stay tuned as we release more details.

 *  BSDFund partners with NYCBUG

 We are in the process of setting up a bank account under the umbrella of 
 BSD Fund.  This will allow NYCBUG to manage our finances more 
 effectively and transparently, as BSD Fund is a registered 501(c)(3).

 *  Internships

 As mentioned before, we are in the process of setting up internships for 
 a number of interested students and firms, including some electrical 
 engineering students at Cooper Union.

 Please use the jobs@ list on to for posting and 
 any possible summer internships.

 We also will have a central point of contact for interns announced in 
 the very near future.
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Jay Sulzberger <>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.

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