Surviving Miami at Tobacco Road

Surviving Miami 2013 Event Start Time: 10:00pm Event End Time: ~12:00am Tobacco Road Address: 626 S Miami Ave  Miami, FL 33130 Venue Phone: (305) 374-1198 Surviving Miami is a free, download-only musical compilation to be hosted on, featuring 30 of South’s Florida best and under-exposed original rock bands, set to be released during the […]

Pre-Conference HackMiami Meeting

Planet Linux Caffe 1430 Ponce De Leon Boulevard Coral Gables, FL. 33134 Saturday, May 11, 2013 786-294 3947   Pre-conference Meeting We will be getting ready for Hackmiami Hackers Conference 2013 on May 17-18-19. More details about parties, events and talks. Encryption Party We are going to have an encryption party, where encryption tools  will […]

Bugtraq 2 Final – Linux Distro Walthrough & Review by N1tr0g3n

Check out this video from n1tr0g3n It’s a detailed walkthrough of the Bugtraq 2 Final linux distro A must watch for any CTF’er –

ITPalooza – December 12, 2012 – ISSA Holiday Conference

Join us on Wednesday December 12 2012 at the ISSA ITPalooza Conference taking place at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, FL. All your favorite South Florida Technology Groups will be getting together to host the first of its kind networking party this holiday season. Check out the website for event registration, speakers, schedules, and directions – […]

11/28/2012 – South Florida OWASP Meeting – Nova Southeastern University @ 5pm

Be sure to check out the upcoming South Florida OWASP meeting taking place on Wednesday 11/28/2012 @ 5pm. The meeting features two great talks from associates of HackMiami. Time: 5pm Location: NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Carl DeSantis Building, Main Davie Campus Room TBD 3301 College Ave Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314-7796 Phone: 800-541-NOVA (6682) FREE CPE […]

Full disclosure and GNOME 3 Launch Party!

Full disclosure requires that full details of a security vulnerability are disclosed to the public, including details of the vulnerability and how to detect and exploit it. The theory behind full disclosure is that releasing vulnerability information immediately results in quicker fixes and better security. Fixes are produced faster because vendors and authors are forced […]