Hashdump Security

Welcome to CSU's Hashdump Security Club

Hashdump Security Club

Tuesdays 5:30 pm | CSB 130

Our goal is to increase awareness of physical, social, and electronic security. Our club participates in various security competitions, hosts demos and workshops, and invites speakers to come and share some of their real world experiences. All majors are welcome to join and participate.

Want to get connected? Join our slack channel.

Upcoming Meetings:


VM/Container Security

October 9th, 2018

Hashdump officer Adam Smith will be giving a presentation on the exploits, security best practices, and pros/cons of virtual machines and containers.


More Than Lockpicking

October 16th, 2018

Here comes the ever popular lock picking session, but this time we will get into lock impressioning and general key cutting with Ben Say. (Bring tubular lock picks you have any)


VM Exploitation

October 23rd, 2018

Noah Cain will be giving a demonstration on how to exploit and gain root access to a virtual machine!


Cyber Feud/Costume Party

October 30th, 2018

We asked a fair amount of students… name a better way to spend Halloween Eve than playing Cyber Feud! Teams will compete to find out how fellow CSU students answered questions about cybersecurity. There will also be a cybersecurity costume contest – low effort is encouraged!


First RMCCDC Meeting

January 29th, 2019

  • Start of RMCCDC Practice
  • Stephen Hayne introduced the exercise and what images the red and blue team will be working on
  • Hayne also discussed several things each team will have to Harden/look into vulnerabilities about like SQL and ASP
  • After his introduction, the club split into teams and each team worked out logistics
  • Professor Joe Gersch brought up a interesting opportunity about the electrical and gas generators that have consoles that Hash Dump might be able to try to hack into. Will get more information at a later meeting
    Apple FaceTime Listening Bug
    US accuses China of infiltrating tech
    Greg Myre visits CSU

    Second RMCCDC Meeting

    Febuary 5th, 2019

  • Day two of the RMCCDC practice
  • The Blue and Red team went to different class rooms and tried out their skills
  • Red team hacked into the images while blue team protected them
  • After the competition, Noah Cain went through a debrief and explained what the red and blue teams did successfully
  • Breach of Credentials
    Have I Been Pwned

    Introduction to Network Forensics

    Febuary 12th, 2019

  • Jordan presents on Network Forensics, a.k.a. the digital conversations between machines
  • Want to know when did it happen, where did it come from, the scope of the attack and how it happened
  • Used Wireshark to view collected packets and filter through them to see the communications we care about
  • Went to http://forensicscontest.com and completed Puzzle #1 Ann’s Bad Aim
  • Used https://hexed.it to look at the bytes of raw data from Wireshark
  • Google Chrome offers an extension to see if email and password combinations are secure


    Third RMCCDC Meeting

    Febuary 19th, 2019

    Day three of the RMCCDC practice. The Red and Blue team get to put what they learned into action.


    SQL Injection/Buffer Overflow Demo

    Febuary 26th, 2019

    Hashdump Officer Bruce will be giving a presentation on SQL injections and buffer overflows. Bring your laptops!


    Wireshark Demo

    March 5th, 2019

    Hashdump Officer Addie will be giving a presentation on Wireshark. We will be meeting in the fish lab. CSB 325


    Kali Live USB Workshop

    March 12th, 2019

    Join us for our first workshop! We will be building Kali Live USBs so that you can carry all of the security tools you need on your keychain.


    Presidents Challenge

    March 26th, 2019

    Did you know you can hide data in pictures? Hashdump Officer Addie will be leading us through a steganography challenge.


    Website Security

    April 2nd, 2019

    Hashdump Officer Sus will be showing us how to secure a website.


    New Security Classes?

    April 9th, 2019

    CSU is pushing cyber. Come listen to Jarret Flack talk about some of the security classes currently offered and some of the opportunities coming in the near future.


    Secure 64

    April 16th, 2019

    Vice president of Engineering at Secure 64, Amanda Constant, will be giving a talk about how Secure64 protects its clients.


    Rubber Ducky Workshop

    April 23rd, 2019

    Join us for our second workshop where we will be programming Rubber Duckies that you get to take home with you.

    Hackernoon Instructions

    Google CTF - Beginners Quest

    April 30th, 2019

    Join us as we walk through the Google Beginners Quest CTF. We will also be watching some Def Con talks and having officer elections.

    Google CTF
    GynvaelEN Livestream

    End Of The Year Party

    May 7th, 2019

    Join us for our end of the year party! We'll have food, fun, and jeopardy.


    End Of The Year Party

    May 11th, 2019

    Join us for our end of the year party! We'll have food, fun, and jeopardy.