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  • Track: Main Channel: Saturday 10/10 @ 1700-1755 PDT

They say life imitates art, and like the classic hacking films of the 1990’s this talk involves money and banks. Except we made a functioning mock bank, and the money is Jamaican. Join our journey of rediscovery inner workings of Automated Teller Machines (ATMs). Using no existing external infrastructure we dive into our successes and failures as we crossed wires, consoled, and dial-in to real Hyosung ATMs in an effort to become a payment processor. There will be demos, code, and maybe a bit of gum, as we rock the cash box. This talk is meant for beginners or seasoned phreakers alike. Our talk explores the approach and much as the techniques behind our efforts. Our goal is to take you back (at least with hardware) to the glory days of hacking, when phreaking still worked, and blue boxes still roamed free.

Wasabi is a security researcher who dabbles in the arts of system administration. He participated in CCDC, CPTC, and many CTFs as a competitor before starting to help organize cyber defense competitions himself. He is now the Black Team lead for WRCCDC.

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Forrest Fuqua is a DoD Subcontractor CyberSecurity Pentester and Auditor. Owner of Hatchan, He designs interesting projects while saving the interweb with his work on the Archive Team. Redteam of NECCDC.

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