We are the Hacking Club at the University of Birmingham. We get together every week to look at offensive hacking and cyber security. We do this because understanding threats and how attackers think is the best way to keep computers secure... also it's fun.
Any problem can be solved by enough monkeys acting completely at random.
All students are welcome, we can find hacking challenges that are appropriate for every skill level, however you must bring a laptop.
We meet every Friday, in room 217, Computer Science building, from 3pm. If you want to confirm, drop Andreea an email.
Below you can find info on what we will be doing in the upcoming sessions. Important CTFs in which we will participate are also mentioned.
|1||WireShark||Network||A network packet sniffer and analyser.|
|2||IDApro free version (V5.0) and Evaluation version||Disassembler||IDA pro cheat sheet|
|6||0xED (Mac OS).||Hex Editor|
|7||Burp Proxy||Web App||An intercepting proxy|
Some learning resources and training exercises can be found below:
|1||Damn Vulnerable Web App||Web App||A Web App pen-testing tool|
|3||WarGames by OverTheWire|
|4||Smash the Stack|
|9||SecurityOverride -- Challenges, Tutorials|
|10||Can You Hack It?|
|13||EnigmaGroup||Great for self-leaning. Good mentoring support.|
|15||CTF Practice||Misc||Links to a lot of hacking websites|
|16||Pentestmonkey||Cheat Sheets||Some explanations towards pentesting and cheat sheets for SQL/shell injection|
A full list of write-ups for competitions we have participated in can be found here.
For submitting write-ups, please use this template if you want the file hosted on our site, or the external template if you plan to host the write-up on your own website. The format is Markdown. There are some explanations included in the files. Send them by email or submit a Git pull request.