Join us at Hive13 this Tuesday, May 14, at the 7:30 pm meeting for an informative look into Do-It-Yourself Crime-Scene-Investigation Forensics.
Member Brian Cochran (who is a Detective in the Boone County Sheriff’s Department assigned to crime scene investigation) will use material from the 40-hour course he teaches at the University of Tennessee’s National Forensic Academy. Brian will perform live demonstrations of some of the coolest latent print development techniques; making finger prints appear on paper, making them glow, and fun stuff like that. The presentation will include a brief overview with slides showing real CSI jobs and case studies. The case studies focus on the processes that are used and where the “maker” attitude was applied to bring the case to a successful conclusion. The two case studies that will be presented are homicides. Real crime scene photography and a limited number of postmortem examination photos will be shown. It will not be anything different from what you would see on an episode of CSI or Dexter but these ARE real. Both of these case study presentations have been shown to high school groups before, but this is an UP FRONT WARNING for those inclined to be squeamish.
Members, guests, first-time-walk-ins, and those interested in law enforcement and criminal investigations are welcome to come to hear this presentation. Come to learn about this different kind of (“making” the case) skill. (Find Us)
We will be meeting this Friday, April 5th, at 7PM. Chris will be presenting on PBX systems and VOIP. Cc will also be showing us how to find vulnerable web applications with Google.
We will be meeting at the Hive13 hacker space in Camp Washington, 2929 Spring Grove Ave at 7pm. Maps and other details about the location can be found here. See you there!
Is it better to be unprepared for the expected, or prepared for the unexpected? As cities around the world brace for the end of times, perhaps they should just be making plans. Urban survival is as much about knowing your terrain as it is knowing your enemy. Where will you run when hordes of the undead attack? How will you communicate when smart phones become as dead as your antagonist? More importantly, what IS Cincinnati chili made of exactly, and is it enough to help sustain life?
All of these questions and more will be address in Urban Survival: Zombie Outbreak Cincinnati, where we explore the design of a city with extreme prejudice.
When: Oct. 9th 7:30pm
Where: Hive13 (2929 SpringGrove Ave)
Speaker: Giacomo Ciminello
Do to yet another members recent issue with paypal we have enabled bitcoin payments. Now once you login to lazer.hive13.org you have an option to pay through Mt. Gox with bitcoin. This works similar to the paypal button but the prices are dynamically set to equal the $30/hr charge we use for paypal. After a payment it may take a while for the laser minutes to show up, at least until we can have the callbacks fully tested.
With paypal locking accounts and Dwolla’s new crazy terms of service, we would love to offer bitcoin for membership subscriptions as well but unfortunately I don’t believe there is any good way to do this without paying an escrow upfront. Until then we will use the laser site as our first official testbed.
We upgraded our electrical system in the hive now so we can run all of our tools without blowing a fuse! While we were at it we ran dedicated lines to each of the AC units… all 6 brand new AC Units!!! That’s right, this summer the Hive will actually be a nice area to work instead of a sweat box.
Our electrician was fantastic and if you are ever looking for a team to quickly do an amazing job and not gouge you, then please hit up our friend Marcus:
Causey Electric Co.INC:
Ohio License: #29092:
8964 Ebro Court
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231:
marcuscausey (at) fuse.net