If you aren't too busy covering your house with fake spider webs come check out the DesertPy meeting this month. Details below!
- Wednesday October 30th, 2013 at 6:30PM
- Gangplank Chandler - 260s Arizona Ave, Chandler, AZ 85225
Ever want to mess around with network packets but the thought of writing a kernel module or figuring out tcpdump seem too daunting? Now you can! And from the comfort of everyone's favorite language! Using Python, we can take packet inspection, logging, and firewalling to a new level that's not easily possible with existing tooling.
Erik Stephens from Orvant will walk through the steps needed to get started inspecting packets from the Linux kernel the Python way. He'll point out some pitfalls to avoid along the way. He will also dive into a simple, but useful utility to help you report and block traffic from specific Linux programs.
Feel free to RSVP on the meetup site or fork this repo and add yourself to the RSVP list below and send a pull request.
RSVPs on GitHub - 1 RSVP
- Austin Godber (@godber)
- Randy Kaelber - This is by far the nerdiest RSVP I've ever given!