Hispagatos

CTF capture the flag at LinuxFest NorthWest 2016

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Capture the Flag Competition with Hispagatos BinaryFreedom.info and Stealthy CyberSecurity LLC we will be having a small CTF(capture the flag competition) at this years LinuxFest NorthWest for more info go here

Our new adventure and projects

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Hello everyone! I'm super happy to announce an array off changes to hispagatos, new members, new projects, new site! now based on Hugo a static web site builder under golang!(that I been falling in love more and more) and after some other minor stuff I myself started a security company, is been a long way new members: m11es Thibaud Trizz(was a member before back in the day but we recently got connected again) Another very cool interesting project we have.

BlackArch full install on a usb 3.0

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what you need: one usb 3.0 stick with at least 100G to be able to install all your tools and personal scripts another usb any type or DVD/CD, this is for the install laptop or desktop computer latest blackarch live cd iso file HERE Why? I do pentesting and linux forensics, I need always a couple USB drives with clean and secure usb sticks with me. why USB 3?

our Site is back

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Yes, sorry we were out for 2-3 months, run out of $$$ to renew the domain. But we are back now. Shortly, we will upload our new projects and other things related to our ideals. Don’t foget to visit daily news and hot topics at BinaryFreedom. Thanks

Hispagatos Sponsor a new TOR bridge

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We decided after our IRC meeting to donate some server space and participage in the TOR challange, create a new TOR bridge. You can find our server listed at: Globe Hispagatos.org

The Day we Fight Back

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We are proud to be taking part in the Day we Fight Back action across cyberspace. DEAR USERS OF THE INTERNET, In January 2012 we defeated the SOPA and PIPA censorship legislation with the largest Internet protest in history. Today we face another critical threat, one that again undermines the Internet and the notion that any of us live in a genuinely free society: mass surveillance. In celebration of the win against SOPA and PIPA two years ago, and in memory of one of its leaders, Aaron Swartz, we are planning a day of protest against mass surveillance, to take place this February 11th.

Looking for collaborators with Hispagatos for CTP games

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Capture the Flag Games! yes you hear well… have this in mind for some time, and looking for collaboratos in Boston and Barcelona to start brainstorming CTP competitions at first locally then between city’s. . For this to be a reality we will need some help on both cities, it really does not take much, to make it short, we will meetup online(IRC) discuss ideas, places(hacker/makers spaces) were we could create such events, rules and other related topics.

Old BinaryFreedom and IFSA email archives

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And old collaborator sent me today a link to some of our old archives.. I was reading over them and though some were amusing and other very interesting that show’s the turns we took and a lot of usefull documentation and even old good email flame wars enjoy! BinaryFreedom and IFSA Archives

Introduction to Ethical Hacking

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Event: Iniciación al Ethical Hacking Start: 06/11/2013 6:00 pm End: 06/11/2013 7:30 pm Makers of Barcelona. http://www.mob-barcelona.com/event/iniciacion-al-ethical-hacking/ Una introducción al Hacking Ético, el cual consiste en un ataque controlado a los sistemas informáticos y/o de comunicaciones de una empresa u organización empleando los mismos medios que un usuario malicioso. Se llama “Hacking Ético” debido a que las técnicas, pensamientos y metodologías usadas son similares a las empleadas por los hackers, pero el único objetivo es comprobar el estado real y actual de la seguridad.

A bit of our History

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We go all the way back to 2001, when Christian Fernandez and Jeff Grant both very active in Free Software activism formed the “Boston MetroWest GNU/Linux user group” we had a very good success in organizing not so serious meetups in bars and restaurants.. some people like Karl hiramoto join us, we tried to be the less formal of the Worcester and Boston LUG’s and we were good at it :) A couple of years laters our mailing list was flooded by political talk about software freedom, digital rights, decentralization of the internet and the world arround us.