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Presentation Archives


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Here are presentations previously done by Ohio Information Security Forum participants. They are organized by year and month, including Anniversary.

By Year:

2021

2020

2019

2018

2016

2015

2013-2014

2011-2012

Archived Presentations:

2021:

August

Recap of SANS Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) 2021 Conference - John Carls
Reviewing this summer's critical Microsoft vulnerabilities - Jason Kinder

July

July Anniversary Conference Presentations:
Inside the Mind of a Threat Actor: Beyond Pentesting - Phillip Wylie
I Got 99 Problems but a WAF ain’t one - Micah Brown
Code Hedgehogs - Changing the "S" in SDLC to Secure - Penelope Rozhkova
Lend me your IR's! - Matt Scheurer

July Anniversary Conference Videos:
Opening Remarks - OISF President

Inside the Mind of a Threat Actor: Beyond Pentesting - Phillip Wylie

I Got 99 Problems but a WAF ain’t one - Micah Brown

Code Hedgehogs - Changing the "S" in SDLC to Secure - Penelope Rozhkova

A Look at Cellular Services in IoT technology - Deral Heiland

Chats, Cheats, and Cracks: Abuse of Collaboration Platforms in Malware Campaigns Edmund Brumaghin

Lend me your IR's! - Matt Scheurer

Video Download: Download Link

May

Infection Monkey and DNStwist - Jason Kinder

April

Cyberchef Workshop Lab File - Matt Scheurer

March

Covert Data Exfiltration - John Carls

All Presentations:
Link

Individual Presentations:
Air-Fi
aIR-Jumper
AiR-ViBeR
BitWhisper
Brightness
DiskFiltration
Fansmitter
GSMem
HVACKer
LED-it-GO
Magneto
Mosquito Speaker
Odini
Oops!...I think I scanned a malware
PowerHammer
POWER-SUPPLaY
USBee
xLED

February

Solarwinds Exploit (Solorigate)

January

Adaptive Security - Dale Shelinbarger

2020:

December

Links from December Presentation

October

Understanding and Getting Started with JupyterLab - Dale Shelinbarger
Link to Presentation

August

Defcon: Safe Mode Recap Links:
Defcon 28 main page (files)
Defcon on YouTube
Hack-A-Sat

July

Intro to NAND flash memory recovery - Deral Heiland
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June

Free Hacking Resources Discovered during COVID-19 - John Carls

May

Introduction to Python - Dale Shelinbarger

February

LibraryBox and PirateBox Presentations - John Roberts
Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) Reconnaissance - John Carls

January

Fruity Wi-fi - John Carls


2019:

November

Pi PoE - Raspberry Pi with Power over Ethernet - John Carls

September

Security Keys: Are they secure? - Dale Shelinbarger

August

Hacking With Critters - John Carls

July Anniversary

A Discussion of Secrets - Robert Stewart
Continuous Skills Improvement for Everyone - Matt Scheurer
DLP Demystified - Micah Brown
Pixel Tracking: How it’s used and abused - Barry Kimball

January

The path to IAM Maturity - Jerod Brennen
Hacking WordPress with WPScan - Zechary Carls


2018:

July Anniversary

Catching the Social Engineer - Robert Stewart
Hacking Identity, a PenTester's Guide to IAM - Jerod Brennen
Active Defense: Helping the Threat Actors Hack Themselves - Matt Scheurer
Planning and Executing a Red Team Engagement - Tim Wright

June

Kali Pi & Recon - John Carls

April

Making Kali Pi - John Carls


2016:

November

We're Watching You: An analysis of IP cameras through their firmware - Charles Monett
Link to scripts used in Charles' presentation


2015:

January

Simple Network Management Pwnd - Matthew Kienow
An Introduction to Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency - Josh Muller


Older Presentations (2013 - 2014):

February 2014

November 2013

October 2013

May 2013

March 2013


2011/2012

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