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You ever wonder why we’re here?
It’s one of life’s great mysteries, isn’t it? Why are we here? I mean, are we the product of social programming and parental expectation, or do we really have free will? And we’re here because we want to be? You know, so we get degrees and stuff. I don’t know man. But it keeps me up at night.
… What? …. Why are you here, on this page?
CASSA’s hosting a Halo: Combat Evolved LAN!
Red vs Blue, Left vs Right, Mano e lots of other Manos.
We’ll meet in room 18.204 to be briefed. Then pick your side and meet with your team mates in your barracks. During the night we’ll play a multitude of game modes within Halo CE to determine the better team: RED or BLUE
April 01, 4:30 to 10:30 PM
Edith Cowan University, Joondalup campus.
RED room: room 18.204
BLUE room: 18.208
Breifing session is at 4:30 in room 18.208
Also, free drinks!
Pin-tumbler locks are the most common form of physical security that we encounter in of daily lives. Most of us lock our front doors without further thought to the security of our homes. CASSA aims to change the misplaced sense of safety and security that too many of us place in common door locks, because it is only by understanding a problem can we begin to find solutions.
Our Lock Sport Workshops are aimed at introducing students to the concept of lockpicking and teaching students how to open common tin-tumbler locks without a valid key and without damaging the lock. Learning to open a lock without the key is sure to change your perception of home security forever.
The workshop includes a brief presentation on the theory of how pin/tumbler locks work, basic vulnerabilities and how to exploit these vulnerabilities. The rest of the workshop will be practical and CASSA will be loaning out their lockpick sets for the duration of this event.
Where: JO 18.418
When: Friday 11th March 2016
This workshop is intended to help first year SOS students with any issues that they are having with their units.
These sessions are run by students who have acheived Distincions and High Distinctions in the first year couses. If you have any issues with your current assignments, or have any questions about your classes, feel free to come by.
When: Friday, 2:30 – 3:30
Proficiency with the Linux operating system is essential for any computer science student.
Therefore CASSA will be running weekly workshops on the Joondalup campus every friday 11:30am to 12:30pm in room 18.204. Bookings aren’t necissary just arrive at the workshop and we’ll get you started.
Two teams from the Edith Cowan University School of Computer and Security Science entered the Cyber Challenge Australia (CySCA) ethical hacking competition this year. Our teams placed 9th and 10th nationally, and one of our teams won prizes for coming first in completion of the forensics category.
This could not have been possible without the help of a few awesome organisations:
The Edith Cowan University Security Research Institute allowed us to use their state-of-the-art Cyber Security Laboratories throughout training and for the final competition, and also provided us with training given by their staff.
The School of Computer and Security Science provided us with snacks and drinks throughout the final competition and also provided us with training given by their staff.
Our friends at Pickpals shouted us dinner for the competition evening!
The ECU Student Guild and CASSA
These folks helped pay for food to keep us sustained in the weeks leading up to the competition.
We deeply thank you for all your support!!
Are you an organisation who wishes to sponsor our team for 2016? Are you an ECU student interested in participating in CySCA 2016? Send us an email!
We present to you all MegaLAN 2015.1!
From the 4th of July straight through the night to the 5th, CASSA hosts the MegaLAN, a solid weekend of gaming and socialising for all to enjoy.
10:00 AM on the 4th of July until 12:00 PM on the 5th of July
Edith Cowan University – Mount Lawley Campus Building 14 rooms 114 – 116
$10 for CASSA and ECU Student Guild members
$15 for non-members
What Will Be There?
– People to play with and against
– People to socialise with
– Tournaments with prizes
– Consoles for local multiplayer
– Card games for old fashioned analog fun
– Movies for your viewing pleasure
– A range of cheap snacks and drinks for energy
What Tournaments Will be There?
– 2 PM The Unreal Tournament BIG OL’ DEATH MATCH: first to 100 kills
– 5 PM The Project M (Smash Bros.) Tree Tourney
– 8 PM The Bishi Bashi WTF??
– 10 PM the Call of Duty Free for All – Who turn out to be our Euphoria God? –
All of these tournaments have prizes for first, second, third and last place.
What Should You Bring?
– Your lovely self
– Monitor (NO CRTs please)
– Cables (power, USB and Ethernet)
– Powerboards (no surge protected boards)
– Any gaming accessories you wish to bring
– Money (for entry ticket and snacks and drinks)
– Sleeping gear if desired
26 hours not enough? Join us on Friday the 3rd to help us set up and pregame!
For more details on MegaLAN 2015.1, please visit our MegaLAN page on our website: www.cassa.org.au/megalan for updates on CASSA and MegaLAN.
Join CASSA for a fun night of hacking tutorials Note. This event will be solely for current or former students and staff. The only exception to this is if you have been given direct invitation by the event organizer Evan. If you do not know who the event organizer is, Sam Reid or William Termini can speak to him on your behalf.