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Hackathon: May Your Source Be Open
May 20 @ 18 h 00 min - May 22 @ 21 h 30 min
FREE registration, FREE food and FREE drinks!
The winning team(s) will receive:
- 6 to 12 month mentorship programme with SECURITYMADEIN.LU
- Up to 5000€ will be available for performance-based milestones
In case of questions: [email protected]
Friday, May 20
18:00 Opening Ceremony & Pitch Fire
19:30 Team Formation & Dinner
20:30 Mentoring Session
21:30 Teamwork Begins
Saturday, May 21
08:30 Workshop I “From Open-Source Packages to Products Development”
09:30 Teamwork Continues
11:00 Workshop II “Business Model Canvas”
12:00 Networking Lunch
13:00 Workshop III “How to Pitch?”
14:00 Teamwork Continues
18:00 Individual Team Mentoring Sessions
20:00 Networking Dinner
21:00 Teamwork Continues
Sunday, May 22
09:00 Preparation for Final Pitches
10:00 Teamwork Continues
12:00 Networking Lunch
12:30 Final Pitch Test
17:30 Closing Ceremony Begins
18:00 Final Pitches
20:00 Final Networking Dinner
21:30 End of Closing Ceremony
Open-Source Tools & Descriptions
SPARTA Project (www.sparta.eu)
1. Module for detecting DDoS backscatter using network flow data
2. Systems hardening mechanism based on virtualization technologies, built as an extension of the Linux kernel and the Xen hypervisor
3. Sharing of Machine Learning Modules
Detects and filters suspicious activities that happen during project builds, e.g. network activity or file system access.
5. Backstabber’s Knife Collection
Open-source dataset of malicious open-source packages used in real-world attacks. This dataset is an invaluable resource supporting the development of preventive and detective safeguards.
6. Eclipse Steady
Detective control that supports application developers in the detection, assessment and mitigation of open-source code with known vulnerabilities
7. Project KB
Open-source dataset with code-level information about open-source vulnerabilities
Open-source vulnerability management provided initial requirements and positively evaluated the tool
TSOpen is a flow-, path- and context-sensitive tool to detect logic bombs in Android applications.
CRACK supports the design, validation, deployment and testing of scenarios for a Cyber Range. Scenarios are encoded using a domain specific langage, called SDL, which extends the OASIS standard TOSCA (http://docs.oasis-open.org/tosca/TOSCA-Simple-Profile-YAML/v1.2/TOSCA-Simple-Profile-YAML-v1.2.pdf).
11. Multi-client Clusion
This library extends the functionality of the Clusion SSE open source library to the multi-client setting. Data owners can outsource an encrypted dataset to a service provider. Data clients submit queries on the outsourced data, using search tokens provided by the data owner.
Vacsine is a tool to deploy and orchestrate firewall configurations
CONCORDIA Project (www.concordia-h2020.eu)
1. Open-Source Cyber Range
2. Open-Source tools for Cybersecurity Education from Masaryk University
3. DDoS Clearing House