[Owasp-portland] FLOSSHack - Remote Access

Wil Clouser clouserw at gmail.com
Wed May 2 05:21:36 UTC 2012


Google hangouts is actually really good about this kind of thing.
Skype would work too.  If we're doing this at Collective Agency the
bandwidth will be fine.

Getting screen sharing set up correctly is usually a headache, even
among people who teleconference regularly. :)

Wil

On Tue, May 1, 2012 at 7:52 PM, Matthew Lapworth <matthewl at bit-shift.net> wrote:
> 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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