Eth0: Not your average packing list

One minute you are driving along the scenic Dutch landscape and the next you are surrounded by a bunch of geeks, tents and network cables. A few of us (fish_, [com]buster, and myself) had the pleasure of attending eth0 (an outdoor computer with some people from the 2600nl meetings we created our own little tent-village.

Randomdata goes KL

In October two of Randomdata's participants and a very close friend will visit the Hack in The Box Conference in Kuala Lumpur.


Been a while since last post so I thought I'd give some updates!

Hack in The Box security conference

The biggest security conference from Asia, Hack in The Box, is coming to Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Hack in The Box started in 2003 in Malaysia and aims for Security Professionals. The conference will be held on the 29th of June till the 2nd of July.

Planet of the apes

What happens if you put the following in the blender: Geeks, BBQ, meat, more meat, Club Mate, generator, speakers, laptop, etc. Well, the answer is quite simple, the RandomBBQ!

Great news

Finally a post worth being on the frontpage of our awesome blog. Finally, something great has happened to Randomdata. The time has come. After all these hours of having our legs crossed, after all those times we had to be nice to the shopowner across the street... THE TIME IS NOW.


Thank "Nicolex" (which is a male, unfortunately) for building it, it rocks. In-action shots will follow soon.

What, I can surf pr0n for a legit reason during workshop?

Sign me up! Asafp!
That was the response from certain members of our growing community. It's nice seeing more and more people outside Randomdata finding their way onto our website and signing up for workshops. 

Bleep peep bang and squeak

Friday night, DrWhax gave us an intro of Pure Data at our space. Pure-Data is a realtime visual programming language to do wicked things with audio, visual & graphical processing. And so we did! It didn't took long before all our hacker friends had their laptop setup with all kind of squeaky sounds. Although it wasn't much music (yet) we had quite some fun making each other a little bit more deaf with too high frequencies.

News-article in the Telegraaf

Last month we had a visit from a journalist of the Dutch newspaper "De Telegraaf".


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