Welcome to the home of the Worcester DEFCON Group DC441905. We meet on the last Sunday of each month at 7pm.

Upcoming Meets

Next meet will be taking place on the 30th May at 7pm on Zoom. The link to the Zoom meeting will be dropped onto Discord and Twitter prior to the event. The passcode will only be placed onto Discord or DM us via Twitter to obtain it.

Our speaker will be:

Jonny Pelter (@Just_Ask_Max) will present "Raising Security Awareness Through Family Online Safety, Rather Than The Stick of Compliance".

Past Talks

April 2021 - Professor Danny Dresner (@DanielGDresner) with their talk "The Anthropotechnicon - In Cyber Security There Is No Such Thing As Human Error". Recorded talk available here.

March 2021 - Joel Snape (@jdsnape) with their talk "Inside IcedID: Anatomy Of An Infostealer". Recorded talk available here.

March 2021 - Tirath Rai (@pente5t) with their talk "Social engineering Adventures Of A Pentester". Recorded talk available here.

February 2021 - Rob Newby (@RobNewby) with their talk "So You Want To Be A CISO?". Recorded talk available here.

February 2021 - Chris Powell with their talk "Hacking The Grid With Firmware". Recorded talk available here.

January 2021 - DeathsPirate (@DeathsPirate) with their talk "How To Reign In The Cloud". Recorded talk available here.

January 2021 - AtomicNicos (@AtomicNicos) with their talk "Dissecting The ENISA Baseline Recommendations For IoT Security". Recorded talk available here.

December 2020 - We undertook a year in review with Daniel Dresner (@DanielGDresner) and Ian Thornton-Trump (@phat_hobbit). As this was a open forum discussion a recording will not be made available.

November 2020 - Stuart Peck (@cybersecstu) with their talk "Diving Head First Into The Wonderful world Of OSINT And Social Engineering". Recorded talk available here.

November 2020 - Paolo Di Prodi (@PangolinSecuri1) with their talk "Data Mining Open Samba The Pandora Box Is Opened Once Again!". Recorded talk available here.

October 2020 - Campbell Murray (@zyx2k) with their talk "How To Love The Jobs You Hate". Recorded talk available here.

September 2020 - Due to the sensitive content within the talks they were not recorded.

August 2020 - Due to the sensitive content within the talks they were not recorded.

July 2020 - Nicola Whiting (@CyberGoGiver) with their talk "Pwning Your Thoughts". Recorded talk available here.

July 2020 - BeeFaauBee (@BeeFaauBee09) with their talk "Vulnerability Hunting & Responsible Disclosure". Recorded talk available here.

June 2020 - Andy Pannell (@dr0idAndy) with their talk "50 Million Downloads And All I Got Was Malware". Recorded talk available here.

June 2020 - Max Kamper (Ropemporium.Com) with their workshop "Introduction To Linux Heap Exploitation". Recorded talk available here and lab resources available here.

May 2020 - Ian Thornton-Trump (@phat_hobbit) with their talk "Black Market Data". Recorded talk available here.

May 2020 - Toast with their talk "Use Of ML/AI On Edge IOT Devices". Recorded talk available here.

Get Involved

We have a Twitter account here, a Discord server here and our recorded talks are available on YouTube here. You can also DM to us on Twitter or drop an email to info@dc441905.org

If you have a talk that you would like to present then please make contact with us. We only record talks with the speakers consent.

Code of Conduct

We shouldn't need it, but DC441905 operates the below code of conduct. By attending meets or joining the Slack or Discord servers you agree to abide by the below.

DC441905 provides a forum for open discussion between participants dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone. Harassment includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, political affiliation, race, ethnicity, religion, technology choices, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention. This code of conduct applies to everyone participating at DC441905, both attendees and organisers. See something, say something. If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact one of the DC441905 organisers. Anyone asked to stop any harassing behaviour are expected to comply immediately. We reserve the right to respond to harassment in the manner we deem appropriate, including but not limited to expulsion and referral to the relevant authorities. The views of the speakers and participants of this platform do not reflect the views of the DC441905 organisers.

We want DC441905 to be a safe and productive environment for everyone.