~# 2016 Hak4Kidz Indy Activities
Time to get your H4K on with these educational activities:
- Workshop - Look inside an Android app and make some changes
- jrCTF - junior Capture The Flag contest for prizes
- Locksport - a wildly popular activity! Introduction to ethical lock-picking for sport only
- Safe and Secure Online - This (ISC)² members way to educate the most vulnerable members of society – children
- Snap Circuits - Award winning engineering toy by Elenco
- SpyMath - learn how to hide secret messages using advanced mathematics such as cryptography and steganography
- STEM - An activity station devoted to STEM learning
- Technology Destruction Village - disassemble old electronics without getting "grounded".
~# 2016 Workshop
Registration will be via sign-up sheet on Friday June 10th at main registration and check-in for CircleCityCon
~# Look Inside an Android App
Mobile apps have changed our lives in so many wonderful ways. But what makes them tick? During this 2 hour workshop, we will take a look inside Android apps and how they can be easily hacked. Discussions on best practices for building your own apps will be interjected during the workshop.
This workshop will be held on Saturday morning June 11th at 10am in the conference room next to the Hak4Kidz Village.
~## About the Instructor
David Schwartzberg is the President and one of the creators of Hak4Kidz. He works in the mobile security field at MobileIron and is a member of the MobileIron Security Labs. Considering David is usually helping keep the event run smoothly, this is a rare opportunity to attend a workshop which he is instructing. Take advantage of it.
~## Workshop Mandatory Minimum System Requirements
Bring Your Own Laptop Meeting the following Criteria:
- A PC running Windows 7 or higher, or Linux, or a MacBook
- 2 GB Ram
- ~10 GB free disk space
- 2 or more CPU Cores
- Virtual machines can be used but must be functional prior to attending workshop.
- Some of the hacking tools are Windows based (sorry) and will be made available.