Kramse

Henrik Kramselund (@kramse) is an Internet networking and security consultant. He loves the internet and has been working with security since the mid-1990s. Henrik typically works in core internet with setting up secure infrastructures with technologies like BGP, routing, firewalls and intrusion detection systems. Henrik is in favor of free access to strong encryption and control of own data


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I have for a few decades worked in networking and security, and everything seems to have grown.

I will try to lay out a path for people who wants to get into networking and security, with some references to pentesting, software security, and related areas. Where to start and which skills you should start learning.

I will use my existing courses as a guide. These are taught as part of the of the Diploma in IT Security at KEA Kompetence Read more


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I have done a few very small patches for open source programs, but would like to do more.

But how?%&!

I have a plan to do pull requests for a few select open source programs I use myself, but its hard. I am not a great programmer, I am a noob in Git, and I speak english as a second language.

Lets do an informal workshop, where we sit together and talk about joining open source projects. Talk about how to get started. I can brag about a few very minor updates, and it … Read more


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Workshop: Lockpicking fun

Just a couple of hours allowing people to try lockpicking.

Bring your locks, picks and similar stuff.

No teaching other than showing the next person how we do it. A lot of videos on the internet show how.

Asked the BornHack #bornhack IRC channel and at least a couple of people said they would like to join, and demo

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We will go through the greatest hits from https://github.com/kramse/security-courses/tree/master/presentations/pentest

So expect to learn

  • What is penetration testing
  • Nmap how to get started, and a small test plan, how to scan a network using Nmap
  • Get started blasting packets, from single packets with Nping and Scapy
  • Trying wi-fi sc… Read more

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We will meetup, talk about Qubes OS https://www.qubes-os.org/

We are a group which have moved to using Qubes OS as our primary or private laptops, and we have some experiences to share.

This is not an install fest, but what comes after, like: How to change Disposable VM settings, how to add another template for Kali Linux etc.

We will do an informal meetup, may break out into groups, or just hang around and talk abou… Read more


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Repeated from last years network fun, almost a tradition.

A small workshop teaching people how to produce DDoS simulation traffic - useful for testing their own infrastructures.

We will have a server connected on 10Gbps on a switch with multiple 1Gbps port for attackers. Attackers can be connected through 1Gbps ports using USB Ethernet - we have loaners.

Work together to produce enough to take down this server!

WHILE attack is ongoing there will be ample opportuni… Read more


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