[Owasp-portland] FLOSSHack - Remote Access

Matthew Lapworth matthewl at bit-shift.net
Wed May 2 02:52:34 UTC 2012

The idea of remote hacking sessions is a cool one, but we'd need access to
a decent amount of bandwidth if we want to have good video quality. I've
been doing a lot of travelling lately and Skype is barely tolerable on a
hotel internet connection or my LTE phone (low rez, lots of lag, etc...).

If we just want to record it, maybe someone has a bloggie or a couple of
camera's capable of taking digital video then we can gather some good
footage. I have some experience editing video together so I could probably
throw something together to promote the group.

Just a thought.

On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 5:29 PM, Timothy D. Morgan <
tmorgan-owasp at vsecurity.com> wrote:

> Hi again,
> I don't personally have any real experience with providing remote video
> access
> to events like this.  I've used video with Skype and Google video before,
> but
> I'm not sure how well those kinds of things scale when lots of people want
> to
> join and watch/listen in.  Also, let's suppose during our session one of
> our
> remote users finds a good vulnerability and wants to present it to the
> group; in
> that case what would be the easiest way to put them up on a projector to
> describe the bug?  Just stream it to a laptop and hook it up?  I doubt
> video
> quality would be ideal, but...
> We don't necessarily have to get that fancy with it, but I think having
> recordings of our hack session might go a long way towards advertising it
> for
> future meetings.
> Does anyone have experience with modern audio/video in this kind of
> setting?
> Basically, I'm just hoping someone will *jump* at the chance to volunteer
> for
> working out these details. ;-)
> tim
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Matthew Lapworth

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