Toulouse Hacking Convention

IT Security Conference — Applied Security Contest

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The Toulouse Hacking Convention is a day of talks and presentations based around IT security, followed by a “Capture the Flag” competition.

Founded in 2016 by a group of IT enthusiasts, the Toulouse Hacking Convention aims to bring together professionals, researchers and hackers from across the domain.

Our supports include the "Security and Privacy" project from the "Advanced Research Network on Science and Technology of Aeronautics and Space".
– RTRA STAE – website

Check out the full list of our supports and our conference program below.

Talks on Ethical Hacking

Throughout the day, there will be several talks on diverse and technical subjects in IT security including:

 
Welcoming
Philippe Lagadec  
Macro Pest Control
Louis Gesbert  
Securing community software repositories +
Vincent Junik  
Work-life balance in NetSec
 
Pause
Stephane Duverger  
App vs Wild
Isabelle Kraemer  
TLS for operationals
Rémy Daudigny  
A brief history of hardware attacks
 
Lunch
 
Lunch
 
Lunch
Tiphaine Romand-Latapie  
Dungeons and Dragons and Security
Jonathan Salwan  
Playing with binary analysis
Pierre-Yves Bonnetain  
Justice, Police and hackers
 
Pause
Guillaume Endignoux  
Diving into the Portable Document Format
Bruno Kerouanton  
Privacy on steroids
Eduardo Cruz  
Reverse Engineering Chips

Oh, and did we mention there will be Free Food ?

A NIGHT OF CHALLENGES

In the evening, participants can compete on different technical challenges proposed by our team. This kind of competition is called “Capture the Flag”, an ideal setting to discover the world of IT security.

There will also be workshops during the whole day for those who want to open their mind.

The objective of this all-night event is for those interested to get a first taste of Hacking with an ethical mindset and for those more experienced to challenge themselves and come face to face with their peers.

Legend has it that there will be 10 different beers on tap (including the belgian ones) for those who remember to take their wallets, but it's classified stuff.

Venue

Address:
INP-ENSEEIHT, 2 rue Charles Camichel, 31000 Toulouse

map

From Airport (TLS)

Fast:
  • Take the airport shuttle to "Compans-Caffarelli"
  • Then the metro to "Ramonville"
  • Stop at "François Verdier"
Cheap:
  • Take the tram T2 to "Palais de Justice"
  • Then the metro to "Borderouge"
  • Stop at "François Verdier"

From train & bus station (Matabiau)

Fast & Cheap:
  • Take the bus 27 to "Ramonville"
  • Stop at "Guilhemery"

Who are we?

We are a group of IT enthusiasts based in Toulouse who want to invest in an influential IT security event in the city.

We are a Non-Profit Organization.

Our team is made up of professionals, former and current students and researchers based in Toulouse, motivated by the desire to promote the sharing and transmission of knowledge.

Register

It's free, opening on Friday, March 3rd from 9am to 8am the next day.

It's open for all, but seats are limited and attributed on a "first-come, first-served" basis, so register now!

No paid meal left (bring your meal or your money)


T-shirts will be sold during the event for less than 20 euros.

As the first talk starts at 9am sharp, we advise you to come at around 8.45am.


Here are the registered teams:
spleen
hackdumb
0x90r00t
beers4flags
peanuts
todo
thls31
inject0rs
mhackgyver
kounthackt
f**ksysctl
aliancok
pony_n_clyde
' or 'apt islands'='apt islands
' or 'los pescadores'='los pescadores
anisboss
khack40
team_bonobo
s-team
toto
mksecurity
0xf33d
Atiaz_
hacklish
kar47sas
littlebobbytables
net team
HaveYouTriedToReboot
ESEC&MAT
Dimension Data
insecurity

The CTF will start at 7.30pm and end at 8am the next day.




More info...


For those who just want to happily enjoy the event, go for it.
For those who want a code of conduct (but you don't), here is ours.
For the others, read about the principle of charity and its benefits.

In any case, ask the staff for help if needed.

Contact us

Feel free to contact us via email:


And of course, we have accounts on some websites: