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Mar 5, 2018


  • Secure Framework documents
  • Modifying chromebooks so you can use Debian/Ubuntu
  • Memcached is the new DDoS hotness
  • Announcement of the next BrakeSec Training Class (see Show Notes below for more info)

Link to secure framework document:

Tickets are already on sale for "Hack in the Box" in Amsterdam from 9-13 April 2018, and using the checkout code 'brakeingsecurity' discount code gets you a 10% discount". Register at




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--Show Notes--


Matt Miller’s class on Assembly and Reverse engineering

Starts 2 April - 6 sessions

2nd Class - 6 sessions, beginning 21 May

Beginner course on Assembly

Advanced course, dealing with more advanced topics

$150 for each class, or a $250 deal if you sign up for both classes - Specify in the NOTES if you want the “Beginner” or “Advanced” course - If you want both courses

We need a minimum of 10 students per class



Chromebook with Debian

Bit of a pain, if I could be honest..

Needed USB hub with eth0, and a USB soundcard

USB3 low profile thumbdrives would be better ←--well well worth the signup - ‘secure.xlsx’

Numerous security frameworks already exist:




ITIL (can be utilized)


“My weird path to #infosec” on twitter