[Chugalug] Security Meet-Up

Peter Veotsch petveot at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 10 16:11:40 UTC 2013


I'd be interested in attending Dave White's meetup.

Peter Voetsch



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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: WTB Ram DDR2 (Aaron welch)
   2. OT: CB/FRS/HAM for road-tripping (Mike Harrison)
   3. Re: OT: CB/FRS/HAM for road-tripping (Stephen Kraus)
   4. Re: OT: CB/FRS/HAM for road-tripping (Mike Harrison)
   5. IT Security-related Meetup? (David White)
   6. Re: IT Security-related Meetup? (Stephen Haywood)
   7. Re: IT Security-related Meetup? (David White)


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Message: 1
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 09:05:29 -0400
From: Aaron welch <n2nightfall at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [Chugalug] WTB Ram DDR2
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I think I have a few new in the box at the office.

-AW



On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 3:19 PM, Daniel L. Appleget <
daniel at chattanoogacomputerservice.com> wrote:

> Any one want to sell 1gig (or larger) DDR2 at 667MHz (or better)?
>
> Crucial price is $18.99
> Newegg is $16.99
>
> Thinking this might be old enough tech someone has it gathering dust.
>
>
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Message: 2
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 13:52:17 +0000 (UTC)
From: Mike Harrison <cluon at geeklabs.com>
To: chugalug at chugalug.org
Subject: [Chugalug] OT: CB/FRS/HAM for road-tripping
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Nancy and I are having fun prepping the "Shooting Star" (the RV's name...)
for some serious road tripping, and I know that man of the list members 
are HAM's, so I'm asking:

What is currently useful for popping in the RV for general radio use
in this modern day? I grew up on CB radio's in my Dad's cars.. and back in 
the 1970's it was a useful thing to have on the road. What fills that gap 
now? Is a CB worth popping into the command center? Or would an FRS 
walky-talkie tossed in mix work just as well? Or should we bit the bullet 
and becomes HAM's?  Or have smart phones replaced it all?




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Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 10:38:49 -0400
From: Stephen Kraus <ub3ratl4sf00 at gmail.com>
To: CHUGALUG <chugalug at chugalug.org>
Subject: Re: [Chugalug] OT: CB/FRS/HAM for road-tripping
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Depends. You can setup an HF repeater at your house and run data over HF
giving you immense range, not a fast uplink but it works. HF/HAM still has
its advantages over Cellular.

I'd say throw a medium power ham inyo it.
On Oct 10, 2013 10:01 AM, "Mike Harrison" <cluon at geeklabs.com> wrote:

>
> Nancy and I are having fun prepping the "Shooting Star" (the RV's name...)
> for some serious road tripping, and I know that man of the list members
> are HAM's, so I'm asking:
>
> What is currently useful for popping in the RV for general radio use
> in this modern day? I grew up on CB radio's in my Dad's cars.. and back in
> the 1970's it was a useful thing to have on the road. What fills that gap
> now? Is a CB worth popping into the command center? Or would an FRS
> walky-talkie tossed in mix work just as well? Or should we bit the bullet
> and becomes HAM's?  Or have smart phones replaced it all?
>
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Message: 4
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 15:40:11 +0000 (UTC)
From: Mike Harrison <cluon at geeklabs.com>
To: Chattanooga Unix Gnu Android Linux Users Group
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Subject: Re: [Chugalug] OT: CB/FRS/HAM for road-tripping
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> Depends. You can setup an HF repeater at your house and run data over HF 
> giving you immense range, not a fast uplink but it works. HF/HAM still 
> has its advantages over Cellular.

Got a Wilson 12" GSM/GPRS antenna and amplifier coming for better cell 
coverage, and a high gain external USB Wifi adapter (Alfa AWUS036NHR - 
High-Gain 2000mw 2W 802.11 B/G/N) with an omni and a directional (works on 
Linux, Mac and Winders)

http://www.kurumirakuru.com/2013/09/my-cellular-data-setup.html
Is similar to what I just ordered, we'll see how it works.

I'm hoping to be far enough away from the house a HAM repeater would not 
work. And this solves my data connection needs.

Just wondering if there was still much use to a CB on the road. I remember 
chatter about gas stations, police, things to see and women with sexy 
voices asking for a 10-36 (what time is it) as well as some "help I'm 
stuck" calls. I didn't know if such things still happened on the road.

On the geeky side: Am setting up my Asus Tablet as my road server..
with a "piratebox/librarybox" style wide open share for files, music, etc.
with a wide open Wifi.. It'll be interesting to see if anyone else ever
connects to it.









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Message: 5
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 11:52:11 -0400
From: David White <dwrudy at gmail.com>
To: CHUGALUG <chugalug at chugalug.org>
Subject: [Chugalug] IT Security-related Meetup?
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It's National Cyber Security Awareness Month (
http://developcents.com/blog/09302013-1619/cyber-security-awareness-month-2013),
and I'd like to organize some sort of meetup for later this month to bring
IT / security professionals along side "normal folks" in a
meet-and-greet-and-ask-questions type of event.

I know that this is a bit last minute, but I think it would be a great idea
to print something off in a small type of brochure / handout that non-IT
attendees would get that would give very brief & basic security "things to
think about" and point them to local people / resources in town.

I'm half thinking out loud right now (err... thinking by typing), so this
might be a stupid idea, and it would just make more sense to invite IT
professionals to bring their own marketing stuff / brochures / business
cards and just turn it into a normal meetup / networking event.

I've got an email out to a place in downtown Chattanooga to see if they'd
be willing to host the event (yes, there would be beer there). If that
doesn't work, I've got a few other ideas of places in town.

Would anyone be interested in coming?

-- 
David White
Founder & CEO
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*
*Develop CENTS *
Computing, Equipping, Networking, Training & Supporting
Nonprofit Organizations Worldwide
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Message: 6
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 11:55:38 -0400
From: Stephen Haywood <stephen at averagesecurityguy.info>
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Subject: Re: [Chugalug] IT Security-related Meetup?
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Depending on the time of day I should be able to make it. Evenings are best.
--
Stephen Haywood
Owner, ASG Consulting
CISSP, GSEC, OSCP
423.305.3700
stephen at averagesecurityguy.info




On Oct 10, 2013, at 11:52 AM, David White <dwrudy at gmail.com> wrote:

> It's National Cyber Security Awareness Month (http://developcents.com/blog/09302013-1619/cyber-security-awareness-month-2013), and I'd like to organize some sort of meetup for later this month to bring IT / security professionals along side "normal folks" in a meet-and-greet-and-ask-questions type of event.
> 
> I know that this is a bit last minute, but I think it would be a great idea to print something off in a small type of brochure / handout that non-IT attendees would get that would give very brief & basic security "things to think about" and point them to local people / resources in town.
> 
> I'm half thinking out loud right now (err... thinking by typing), so this might be a stupid idea, and it would just make more sense to invite IT professionals to bring their own marketing stuff / brochures / business cards and just turn it into a normal meetup / networking event.
> 
> I've got an email out to a place in downtown Chattanooga to see if they'd be willing to host the event (yes, there would be beer there). If that doesn't work, I've got a few other ideas of places in town.
> 
> Would anyone be interested in coming?
> 
> -- 
> David White
> Founder & CEO
> 
> Develop CENTS 
> Computing, Equipping, Networking, Training & Supporting 
> Nonprofit Organizations Worldwide
> http://developcents.com
> 423-693-4234
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Message: 7
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 11:58:39 -0400
From: David White <dwrudy at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [Chugalug] IT Security-related Meetup?
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That's what I'm thinking - an evening sort of deal with beer and a relaxed
/ casual / individual networking environment.


On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 11:55 AM, Stephen Haywood <
stephen at averagesecurityguy.info> wrote:

> Depending on the time of day I should be able to make it. Evenings are
> best.
> --
> Stephen Haywood
> Owner, ASG Consulting
> CISSP, GSEC, OSCP
> 423.305.3700
> stephen at averagesecurityguy.info
>
>
>
>
> On Oct 10, 2013, at 11:52 AM, David White <dwrudy at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > It's National Cyber Security Awareness Month (
> http://developcents.com/blog/09302013-1619/cyber-security-awareness-month-2013),
> and I'd like to organize some sort of meetup for later this month to bring
> IT / security professionals along side "normal folks" in a
> meet-and-greet-and-ask-questions type of event.
> >
> > I know that this is a bit last minute, but I think it would be a great
> idea to print something off in a small type of brochure / handout that
> non-IT attendees would get that would give very brief & basic security
> "things to think about" and point them to local people / resources in town.
> >
> > I'm half thinking out loud right now (err... thinking by typing), so
> this might be a stupid idea, and it would just make more sense to invite IT
> professionals to bring their own marketing stuff / brochures / business
> cards and just turn it into a normal meetup / networking event.
> >
> > I've got an email out to a place in downtown Chattanooga to see if
> they'd be willing to host the event (yes, there would be beer there). If
> that doesn't work, I've got a few other ideas of places in town.
> >
> > Would anyone be interested in coming?
> >
> > --
> > David White
> > Founder & CEO
> >
> > Develop CENTS
> > Computing, Equipping, Networking, Training & Supporting
> > Nonprofit Organizations Worldwide
> > http://developcents.com
> > 423-693-4234
> > _______________________________________________
> > Chugalug mailing list
> > Chugalug at chugalug.org
> > http://chugalug.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/chugalug
>
>
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-- 
David White
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*
*Develop CENTS *
Computing, Equipping, Networking, Training & Supporting
Nonprofit Organizations Worldwide
http://developcents.com
423-693-4234
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