This space is for CS 100 students to share their experiences from participating in festivals, talks, hackathons, and other CS-related extra-curricular activities.
Within 7 days of attending a prescribed activity, you should select the appropriate pre-loaded post below to find the comment form. Read the other student comments and either (1) scroll to the bottom to compose a response and “Post comment” or (2) “Reply” to an existing comment. Either way, your response should be 200-300 words in length and contain at least 3 of the following:
- How you felt about the activity before going to it.
- Something new you learned at the activity.
- How the activity helped you understand more about computer science.
- Would you attend an activity like this again?
- Expand /make observations based on another student’s comment.
Have fun out there!
HACKING TALK – CDM 350 – 10/15/19 @ 6:00 PM ? 8:30 PM*
– Have you ever wondered how people hack cars and what techniques
they use to discover vulnerabilities? Well, Security Daemons will be
hosting a Car Hacking Event on October 15th, 2019! The event will be hosted
in room 350 of the College of Computing and Digital Media building (CDM), and
will be held from 6:00 PM ? 8:30 PM.
– Neiko Rivera and Ryan Quasney will be our two presenters who have
been car hacking for over a year. Both will be assisted by Austin
Bransky, who also has experience with car hacking. Neiko and Austin have
both attended SAE CyberAuto. They each have their own specialty in the
field which makes this event more special, we?ll be learning multiple
techniques and different avenues to hacking a car! Ryan Quasney
participates in bug bounty programs for car hacking through
Bugcrowd. Neiko also participates in bug bounty programs through
Bugcrowd, as well as HackerOne.
– If you?re interested in learning more about car hacking, how to
into the field of car hacking, or bug bounty programs, come by the
event on the 15th! There will be pizza and refreshments provided.