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Toorcamp 2016
“a five-day open-air event for
hackers, makers, breakers, and
shakers.”
What it is
• A hacking camp in the style of Chaos
Communication Camp in Germany
• In practice, more of a makers camp
• Lot...
Where
• Doe Bay Resort & Retreat
• Orcas Island
• San Juan Islands
• Washington State
What I saw on my Travels
• Talks, workshops, art projects
galore
• No particular order
Domes
• Prime Dome
• Workshop Domes
• Milliways Dome
ShadyTel
• In-camp phone network set up by phone
enthusiasts
• Makes fun of phone company practices
• Ran phone lines to a...
ShadyTel Voicemail
• Megaphone was connected to voicemail of
secret phone number
• People could leave voicemails that woul...
Sample Wardialing Setup
• You’d hear calls to the megaphone voicemail
with no content and a quick hangup.
Futel
• A competing camp-only phone network, with
just two payphones
Futel.net
• Sets up free public payphones in Portland
• One man’s pro bono project
• Experiences volumes of up to 90 calls...
Implantable NFC
• xNT transponder implantation into hand
• ISO 1443 NFC
• Relatively painless, and allows things like
open...
Networking
• Two, one open, one requiring certificate
• Several fake open networks that were obvious
traps (meow)
• At lea...
Radio Station
Passport
• Contained guide to all events and workshops
• Various official campsites and groups could give you a “visa
stam...
Music with Javascript and Math
• http://studio.substack.net and
http://studio.substack.net/-/recent
• Modify mathematical ...
Tesla Coils
• Three briefcase-sized tesla coils built as a
hobby
• Used to play music by modulating the spark
output
• htt...
Shadow Mate
• https://github.com/jdukes/ShadowMate
• Carbonated, brewed Yerba Mate has been a
popular hacker drink since t...
Wood-gas Generator
• Burn wood pellets to generate wood-gas
• Pull generated wood-gas through trashcan
filled with wood ch...
Challenge Coins
• Provide identity in an organization
• Milliways’ coin, just for Toorcamp 2016:
Wildlife
• Raccoons
• Deer
• Aggressive Birds
Hard-drive Platter Launcher
• Induces current into anything metal and a
giant magnetic field to launch it into the air
• E...
Internet of Buckets
• Large 10x8 array of five gallon buckets
• Each bucket contains a light rod with its own
unique IP ad...
Hacker Boat
• A five-year running project to create an
autonomous boat
• Different environment from the air
• Moves around...
PVC Canoe
• Canoe made with approximately 100 feet of
PVC
• Actually floats and is navigable
Ford Unlocking Robot
• Short presentation about a robot that can be
latched onto the side of a car
• Cars that have five-b...
NOPE LED display
• Individual project to create an LED screen
from multiple panels
• Can display complex patterns
Augmented Reality Sandbox
• http://idav.ucdavis.edu/~okreylos/ResDev/SA
Rndbox/
• http://picbear.com/media/126937203504213...
Quadcopters and Hacking Quadcopters
• Everyone received a small quadcopter
• Michael Ossman gave a talk on reverse-
engine...
Flamethrower
• Actual flamethrower that was built to run off a
propane tank
• Unveiled on the last night
Quirky Phone
• To dial, tap the hook the correct number of
times
• Receiver held on with magnets
Hacking .NET and Sharepoint
• Presented by Jon McCoy
• Available online in various forms from
different talks he gave
• Us...
Capture the Flag: An Owner’s Manual
• Presented by Vito Genovese - @Vito_lbs
• Runs major CTF at Defcon
• 3000 teams in qu...
Exploiting the North American
Railways
• Presented by a man who rode the rails from
age 14 to 21
• Talked about evading ph...
Intro to Firemaking
Ada’s Pop-up Cafe
• Great views of the
Prime Dome
Flaschen Taschen (not at Toorcamp)
• https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Flaschen_Tasche
n
• Possibly an inspiration for the Inte...
Resolutions for Toorcamp 2018
• Learn to Solder, brew mate, learn binary
exploitation and reverse engineering, learn
how t...
More Stuff
• https://www.flickr.com/photos/pinguino/sets/
72157667188334564
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7Zr0q
MK164
Questions?
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Yosef Kerzner's report on Toorcamp 2016. Presented at Houston Hadoop Meetup in July 2016.

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Toorcamp 2016

  1. 1. Toorcamp 2016 “a five-day open-air event for hackers, makers, breakers, and shakers.”
  2. 2. What it is • A hacking camp in the style of Chaos Communication Camp in Germany • In practice, more of a makers camp • Lots of hardware, cool projects, radio hamming, even biohacking
  3. 3. Where • Doe Bay Resort & Retreat • Orcas Island • San Juan Islands • Washington State
  4. 4. What I saw on my Travels • Talks, workshops, art projects galore • No particular order
  5. 5. Domes • Prime Dome • Workshop Domes • Milliways Dome
  6. 6. ShadyTel • In-camp phone network set up by phone enthusiasts • Makes fun of phone company practices • Ran phone lines to anyone who requested, even across the water to remote campsites • Published daily directory editions (30-odd numbers)
  7. 7. ShadyTel Voicemail • Megaphone was connected to voicemail of secret phone number • People could leave voicemails that would be broadcast all across the camp • Number could be determined via whiskey or via wardialing • Made me really want a corded telephone
  8. 8. Sample Wardialing Setup • You’d hear calls to the megaphone voicemail with no content and a quick hangup.
  9. 9. Futel • A competing camp-only phone network, with just two payphones
  10. 10. Futel.net • Sets up free public payphones in Portland • One man’s pro bono project • Experiences volumes of up to 90 calls a day • Has helped save lives
  11. 11. Implantable NFC • xNT transponder implantation into hand • ISO 1443 NFC • Relatively painless, and allows things like opening doors with NFC • More info at https://dangerousthings.com/
  12. 12. Networking • Two, one open, one requiring certificate • Several fake open networks that were obvious traps (meow) • At least nine active frequencies for radio hams • Radio ham exams were offered every day
  13. 13. Radio Station
  14. 14. Passport • Contained guide to all events and workshops • Various official campsites and groups could give you a “visa stamp” • Here’s one for the radio station and another makerspace group called “Psycoholics” – Syn Shop out of Las Vegas:
  15. 15. Music with Javascript and Math • http://studio.substack.net and http://studio.substack.net/-/recent • Modify mathematical curves in various ways to output music
  16. 16. Tesla Coils • Three briefcase-sized tesla coils built as a hobby • Used to play music by modulating the spark output • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Nr3sEQf lTw
  17. 17. Shadow Mate • https://github.com/jdukes/ShadowMate • Carbonated, brewed Yerba Mate has been a popular hacker drink since the early 2000s • This recipe also includes lemon/lime juice and ginseng
  18. 18. Wood-gas Generator • Burn wood pellets to generate wood-gas • Pull generated wood-gas through trashcan filled with wood chips and foam, through an air intake, and into a generator • Worked surprisingly well as long as the pellets burned right • Powered a heater • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uz93cb0z Plk
  19. 19. Challenge Coins • Provide identity in an organization • Milliways’ coin, just for Toorcamp 2016:
  20. 20. Wildlife • Raccoons • Deer • Aggressive Birds
  21. 21. Hard-drive Platter Launcher • Induces current into anything metal and a giant magnetic field to launch it into the air • Encased in a thick acrylic box • Once charged, can fling a small hard-drive platter 25 feet in the air • https://krux.org/article/Project_Hathor
  22. 22. Internet of Buckets • Large 10x8 array of five gallon buckets • Each bucket contains a light rod with its own unique IP address. • The whole network had an API. If you knew the IP address you could control the buckets and even play snake on the bucket array • Buckets could be carried around and were beautiful at night, on the beach
  23. 23. Hacker Boat • A five-year running project to create an autonomous boat • Different environment from the air • Moves around via a small propeller and sail- masts • https://hackaday.io/project/8522-hackerboat
  24. 24. PVC Canoe • Canoe made with approximately 100 feet of PVC • Actually floats and is navigable
  25. 25. Ford Unlocking Robot • Short presentation about a robot that can be latched onto the side of a car • Cars that have five-button door locks on the outside • Brute-forces the key presses • A bit hard to get volunteers to be hacked
  26. 26. NOPE LED display • Individual project to create an LED screen from multiple panels • Can display complex patterns
  27. 27. Augmented Reality Sandbox • http://idav.ucdavis.edu/~okreylos/ResDev/SA Rndbox/ • http://picbear.com/media/126937203504213 6949_3319520019
  28. 28. Quadcopters and Hacking Quadcopters • Everyone received a small quadcopter • Michael Ossman gave a talk on reverse- engineering these quadcopters • http://greatscottgadgets.com/slides/ossmann- spill-toorcamp-2016.pdf
  29. 29. Flamethrower • Actual flamethrower that was built to run off a propane tank • Unveiled on the last night
  30. 30. Quirky Phone • To dial, tap the hook the correct number of times • Receiver held on with magnets
  31. 31. Hacking .NET and Sharepoint • Presented by Jon McCoy • Available online in various forms from different talks he gave • Uses two custom decompiling tools to break through .NET security or break up existing security into weaker portions to individually crack
  32. 32. Capture the Flag: An Owner’s Manual • Presented by Vito Genovese - @Vito_lbs • Runs major CTF at Defcon • 3000 teams in qualifiers, 120 in finals (nonstop) • How to build a good CTF – being sneaky, being cross-cultural, infrastructure • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K- 8G2iT8X3s
  33. 33. Exploiting the North American Railways • Presented by a man who rode the rails from age 14 to 21 • Talked about evading physical security, planning trips • Enjoyed great views and met odd characters
  34. 34. Intro to Firemaking
  35. 35. Ada’s Pop-up Cafe • Great views of the Prime Dome
  36. 36. Flaschen Taschen (not at Toorcamp) • https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Flaschen_Tasche n • Possibly an inspiration for the Internet of Buckets • Hundreds of Coors bottles stuffed together to create a glowing movie wall
  37. 37. Resolutions for Toorcamp 2018 • Learn to Solder, brew mate, learn binary exploitation and reverse engineering, learn how to arduino and how to raspberry pi • Get at least a Technician class ham radio license
  38. 38. More Stuff • https://www.flickr.com/photos/pinguino/sets/ 72157667188334564 • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7Zr0q MK164
  39. 39. Questions?

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