London 2600 meetings are similar to those held by 2600 groups around the world, and the other 2600 groups in the United Kingdom.
Everybody who is interested in computer and telecoms security and the impact of technology on society is welcome, from both sides of the fence, no matter what your age or level of skill and experience - nobody knows it all, no matter what they claim. You could learn more at these free meetings than from months of study or investigation on your own, but this depends on what you are willing to share and contribute in return. We are mostly British and therefore somewhat shy in public, but it is easy to strike up a conversation with most of us.
Over the years London 2600 has played host to:
computer hackers, phone phreakers, cyberpunks, performance artists, systems administrators, cybergoths, military intelligence officers, mobi chippers, skip trashers, hacktivists, network gurus, anti-virus programmers, penetration testers, multimedia artists, internet entrepreneurs, newbies, cybercriminals, warez d00dz, old skool, movie script writers, 31337, civil liberties activists, lawyers, radio hams, students, cool hunters, wannabes, djs, corporate security professionals, academic researchers, privacy campaigners, journalists
So MalwareTechBlog got doxxed for doing the world a favour. Some of us have some thoughts about that. You can probably guess what they are, but take a look anyway.
Hacky New Year, London! Since New Year's fell on our meet day this year, all the trains were buggered, and we were all too hung over to travel, the January meet is going to be Friday 8th instead. Apart from that we're using the usual timings and meeting places, so make…
It's that time again - get set for drinking and hackery. Second venue this month looks like we're going for the Namco Funscape. It has a bar and air hockey. I'm sure there are other things to know about it, but after "a bar and air hockey" everything else seems a…