ClubHack 2012 scheduled to happen on 30th Nov, 1st, 2nd & 3rd of December


clubhack 2012

The 6th edition of ClubHack has been scheduled to happen on 30th Nov, 1st, 2nd & 3rd of December 2012. The list of events includes Hack Night, Keynote sessions, Technical talks, Workshops, CTF.

Hack Night: A night where actual hackers spend time not to “break” into someone but to “make” something interesting.

ClubHack2012 presents 5 separate workshops that includes 'Securing Mobile applications – Exploits Demystified and Solutions Simplified', 'Managing Application Security', 'PowerShell for Hackers', 'Hackers vs. Developers', 'Advanced Pentesting Techniques'.

There is 12 technical briefings.
  • Detecting and Exploiting XSS with Xenotix XSS Exploit Framework (Ajin Abraham)
  • Smart Grid Security (Falgun Rathod)
  • HAWAS – Hybrid Analyzer for Web Application Security (Lavakumar Kuppan)
  • Real Time Event Recording System, the tool for Digital Forensics Investigation (Madhav Limaye)
  • Content-Type attack -Dark hole in the secure environment (Raman Gupta)
  • Legal Nuances to the Cloud (Ritambhara Agrawal)
  • FatCat Web Based SQL Injector (Sandeep Kamble)
  • Hacking and Securing iOS applications (Satish Bommisetty)
  • Infrastructure Security (Sivamurthy Hiremath)
  • Critical Infrastructure Security (Subodh Belgi)
  • XSSshell (Vandan Joshi)
  • Anatomy of a Responsible Disclosure – Zero Day Vulnerability in Oracle BI Publisher (Vishal Kalro)
If you register before November 8, you will get early bird discount. The registration details can be found here.

16th June 2012 null Bangalore Monthly meetup

Hi All,

We will have this month's null/OWASP/Garage4hackers/SecurityXploded
Bangalore meetup on Saturday 16th June 2012 starting at 10:00 AM. No
registrations, no fees, just come with an open mind :)

The Bangalore meet, as usual, is divided into 2 parts, the monthly
talks and the Training on Reverse Engineering. The Reverse Engineering
training will start at 12:45 PM by the SecurityXploded/
Garage4Hackers team.

Also, as discussed in the last month's meet, we will have a basic 30
minute primer on SQL Injection by Satish at 9:30 AM, before the main
talks begin at 10:00 AM. All those who would be interested to learn,
understand the basics of SQL Injection and to watch some cool demos
are requested to be present at 9:30 AM.

TALKS
1. News Bytes - Sumeer
2. JavaScript Obfuscation - Prasanna
3. SSL VPNs - Rajesh

12:45 PM onwards:
4. Practical Reversing: Part3 - Memory Forensics - Monnappa


VENUE DETAILS
Kieon, 3rd Floor, 302 Prestige Sigma,
3 Vittal Mallya Road,
Bangalore 560001
Opposite Bishop Cottons Girls School, Above Emirates Airlines office.

Map Location: http://g.co/maps/dahhv

Parking is available in the building. See you there.

DEF-CON Bangalore September 2012 Meet-Call for Papers


September 2012, DEF-CON Meet (Bangalore Chapter) is the platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of theoretical, experimental, and applied Computer Technology and Science. The paper presentation held as part of The Meet attracts some of the best minds from all over the country. Participants are invited to present papers spanning various research topics pertaining to the different branches of engineering.

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

  • New Vulnerabilities and Exploits/0-days
  • Open Source Security&Hacking Tools
  • Antivirus/Firewall/UTM Evasion Techniques
  • Software Testing/Fuzzing
  • Network and Router Hacking
  • Malware analysis & Reverse Engineering
  • Mobile Application Security-Threats and Exploits
  • Advanced Penetration testing techniques
  • Web Application Security & Hacking
  • Browser Security
  • Hacking virtualized environment
  • WLAN and Bluetooth Security
  • Lockpicking & physical security
  • Honeypots/Honeynets
  • Exploiting Layer 8/Social Engineering
  • Cloud Security
  • Critical Infrastructure & SCADA networks Security
  • National Security & Cyber Warfare
  • Cyber Forensics, Cyber Crime & Law Enforcement

PS: This is just a sample, the topics can be anything and everything related to computer science and security engineering.

Procedure for submitting your papers:-

Your submissions should follow the following format.

1. Author name
2. Title of the Paper
3. Email Address
4. Mobile Number
5. Provide Supporting Materials for your paper in form of PDF or Links
6. Presentation Format must be in PDF for submission.

Send your submissions to: defconbangalore@gmail.com

Important Dates

Date for Abstract Submission : 29th June 2012

Date for Notification of Selection : 8th July 2012

Date for Final submission of full paper : 15th August 2012
DEF-CON Bangalore Meet Scheduled on: 9th September 2012

Null Chennai Chapter monthly meet on 19th May ,2012

Hey Guys ,

We have scheduled our null+g4h Chennai Chapter Monthly Meet on 19th May,2012.

Topics:
1) Exploits - Ahmed
2) IronWASP - Lava Kumar
3) News Byte & Symbolic Linking - Santhosh Kumar


Date :
19th May,2012 (Saturday).

Time :
4:00 - 7:00 p.m

Venue:
OrangeScape,
No.305, D-Block, North Wing,
Tidel Park, Dr.Rajiv Gandhi Salai,
Taramani, Chennai- 600113
044 3068 6500

For any issues regarding Venue or Meet Contact :niteshbetala [ at ] gmail [ dot] com or Call @ 9941576747

Null Mumbai Chapter meet on 26th April,2012

Null, Open Security Team scheduled mumbai chapter on 26th April,2012.

The agenda for the meet would be as follows:

1) Rootkit Internals by Omkar Pardeshi

-Types of malware - Introduction to types of malwares. Basics of virus worm and Trojans.

-Tools used to analyze malwares

-Introduction to Rootkit - Where Rootkit stands in current scenario.

-Working of Rootkit-Details of how Rootkit work.

-Protection against Rootkit-Ways of protection available for Rootkit Attack

-Effectiveness of current Av software-How Av software can prevent attack of Rootkits

Omkar has about 1.4 years of experience working as a Malware Analyst and Driver Developer. He also maintains the following security blogs:

http://hackerslabrotary.blogspot.com

http://indiancybercell.blogspot.com

http://vxanalyst.blogspot.com

2) Leveraging OSINT in Penetration Testing by Ashish Mistry

As a Penetration Tester or Security Auditor it is necessary to identify as much attack surface as possible. We can obtain this result by leveraging publicly exposed information.OSINT helps a penetration tester identify larger attack surfaces. We shall also look into ways to fix this.We shall see demonstrations information gathering which an attacker may use against real world targets.

Ashish is an individual information security researcher and trainer. He is the founder and owner of www.Hcon.in infosec resources and tools portal and author of HconSTF - a open source penetration testing framework

Max. session duration:

45 mins.

Venue:

M/s Institute of Information Security,

201, Ecospace Building, Off Old Nagardas Road,

Mogra-Pada,

Near Andheri Subway/Station,

Andheri (East)

(Google Map Link: http://g.co/maps/e4jzr)

Time:

6:30 PM onwards

Contact No:
+91-9819643034 (Wasim Halani)




Null Pune meet scheduled on 21st April 2012



Null Team scheduled the next Pune monthly meet on 21st April,2012. As usual ,there is no registration .

Here is the Agenda for the meet :

  •  Explaining DDoS: by Rohit Verma
  •  Recovering PDF Encryption Key: by Akib Sayyed

Venue :
Room No. 704, 7th Floor,
Atur Center, SICSR,
Gokhale Cross Road, Model Colony,
Pune.


Timings :
1700 Hrs to 1900 Hrs

For any more queries or if anyone is interested in giving a talk drop us a mail at
ppush_at_null_dot_co_dot_in /// corrupt_at_null_dot_co_dot_in /// void_at_null_dot_co_dot_in

regards
push - Moderator, null Pune Chapter

c0c0n 2012 - Call For Papers and Call For Workshops


c0c0n announced the Call for Papers and Call for Workshops for c0c0n 2012, a 3-day Security and Hacking Conference (1 day pre-conference workshop and 2 day conference), full of interesting presentations, talks and of course filled with fun!

The conference topics are divided into four domains as follows:
  • Info Sec - Technical
  • Info Sec - Management
  • Digital Forensics and Investigations
  • Cyber Laws and Governance.

We are expecting conference and workshop submissions on the following topics, but are not limited to:
  • New Vulnerabilities and Exploits/0-days
  • Open Source Security&Hacking Tools
  • Antivirus/Firewall/UTM Evasion Techniques
  •  Software Testing/Fuzzing
  •  Network and Router Hacking
  •  Malware analysis & Reverse Engineering
  •  Mobile Application Security-Threats and Exploits
  •  Advanced Penetration testing techniques
  •  Web Application Security & Hacking
  •  Browser Security
  •  Hacking virtualized environment
  •  WLAN and Bluetooth Security
  •  Lockpicking & physical security
  •  Honeypots/Honeynets
  •  Exploiting Layer 8/Social Engineering
  •  Cloud Security
  •  Critical Infrastructure & SCADA networks Security
  •  National Security & Cyber Warfare
  •  Cyber Forensics, Cyber Crime & Law Enforcement
  •  IT Auditing/Risk management and ISO 27001


CFP Review Committee:

0x01 - Armando Romeo
0x02 - Dinesh O Bareja
0x03 - Peter Giannoulis
0x04 - Simon Bennetts (a.k.a. Psiinon)
0x05 - Vahan Markarov

For more details about the Review Committee, visit - http://is-ra.org/c0c0n/cfp.html


Submission Guidelines:

Email your submission to: cfp [at] is-ra [dot]org
Email subject should be: CFP c0c0n2012 - <Paper Title>
Email Body:

Personal Information:


>> Speaker Name:
>> Job Role/Handle:
>> Company/Organization:
>> Country:
>> Email ID:
>> Contact Number:
>> Speaker Profile: (max 1000 words)

>> If there is additional speaker please mention it here following the above format.

Presentation Details:

>> Name/Title of the presentation:
>> Paper Abstract: (max 3000 words)
>> Presentation Time Required (20, 30, 50 Minutes)
>> Is there any demonstration? Yes or No
>> Are you releasing any new tool? Yes or No
>> Are you releasing any new exploit? Yes or No

Other Needs & Requirements:

>> Do you need any special equipment?
>> We will be providing 1 LCD projector feed, 2 screens, microphones, wired and/or wireless Internet.
>> If you have any other requirement, Please mention it here and the reason.

Remember these Dates!


>> CFP Opens: 16th Mar 2012
>> CFP Closing Date: 30th Apr 2012
>> Speakers list online: 21th May 2012
>> Workshop Dates: 02nd Aug 2012
>> Conference Dates: 03rd and 4th Aug 2012

*NOTE:* We should not promote vendor/product oriented submissions hence it will be rejected.


Speaker Benefits:


>> Complimentary Conference registration.
>> Complementary Accommodation for 2 nights.
>> Complementary conference passes.
>> Invitation to c0c0n-Blast (The Networking Lungi party).
>> Travel Reimbursement - The selected speaker will receive travel reimbursement, to the extent available with existing ISRA /conference funds.
>> Only one speaker will be eligible for the benefits in case there are two or more speakers for a talk.

Thanks and Regards,
-c0c0n Team-


Null-Chennai Chapter rescheduled on 31st march,2012


We have re-scheduled the Null-Chennai monthly meet on 31st March,2012. Sorry for not having on the discussed date due to non availability of speaker as well venue we are not able to make it on 24th March.

Speaker :
1) The Art of UI-Redressing - Ahmed Nafeez.
2) News Byte - Sukesh Reddy.
3) IronWASP - Lava Kumar.

Venue:
OrangeScape
No.305, D-Block, North Wing,, Tidel Park,, Dr.Rajiv Gandhi Salai, Taramani,, Chennai- 600113
044 3068 6500
Time : 4.00 pm - 6.00pm
If you have any queries , feel free to contact Nitesh Betala.
Mail id:  niteshbetala[at]gmail[ dot]com or null[ at ]null[ dot] co [dot] in
Nitesh BetalaPh: +9941576747

NULL Mumbai Chapter meet on 29th March, 2012


NULL, Open security community, has scheduled the Next NULL Mumbai chapter meet on 29th March, 2012, Thursday. As usual, there are NO FEES to attend the meet.

The agenda for the meet:

1) Know Your Activities - IT ACT, 2000 perspective by Vicky Shah:
-Introduction
-Terminology as per IT ACT
-Approach to Info Security
-Due Diligence
-43A - Reasonable Security Practices
-Approach to Due Diligence

Vicky Shah is the Founder and Principal Consultant of The Eagle Eye.He has 7+ years of experience in the Information Security domain specializing in Cyber Security, Cyber Crime Investigations, Cyber Law and Cyber Forensics.
Vicky is an ACE(Accessdata Certified Examiner) and ISMS-ISO27001 Lead Auditor.

2) XML Interfaces to the Popular Nessus Scanner by Rajesh Deo:
The modern Nessus scanner comes with an XML-RPC interface
to control the built-in scanner engine. We review available command-line
tools and programming libraries to automate scanning of large networks.
We will demonstrate some tools we have developed for this purpose.

Rajesh Deo is a Security Analyst with NII Consulting.
He has recently completed his CISSP certification. He is interested
in programming, automation of VA/PT scans and web services.


Venue:
1st Floor, Directiplex, Old Nagardas Road, Next to Andheri Subway, Andheri East
(Google Map Link: http://g.co/maps/5gt23)

Time:
6:30 PM onwards

If you have any queries about the meet, you can contact Wasim Halani(+91-9819643034)


Call For Paper : Null Delhi Chapter March 2012


 
 Null Delhi Chapter March meet is approaching. Call For Paper (CFP) is open for speakers interested to share their presentation/white paper with community members.

Topics from all security disciplines are welcome but we encourage you to present talks about the following topics/concepts:
  • Malware Research. 
  •  Reverse Engineering.
  •  Mobile computing and communications. 
  •  Privilege Escalation & Exploitation Techniques
Send your papers to this mail address "ishan.inbox@gmail.com" for nominations.

Null Bangalore meeting scheduled on 10th March 2012


Null ,The Open Security Community scheduled the next Bangalore meeting on 10th March 2012 starting at 10.00AM.  As usual, there is no registrations ,no fees.

They divided the meeting into two parts , the first one is monthly talks and second one is Training on Reverse Engineering.  The Reverse Engineering training will start at 12:45 PM by the SecurityXploded/Garage4Hackers team.

Monthly talk covers News Bytes(Riyaz),Hack IM CTF part 2(Himanshu),Computer image acquistion(Nithin),Belive it or not SSL attacks(Akash), Reversing tools guide( swapnil).


VENUE DETAILS
Kieon, 3rd Floor, 302 Prestige Sigma,
3 Vittal Mallya Road,
Bangalore 560001
Opposite Bishop Cottons Girls School, Above Emirates Airlines office.

Map Location: http://g.co/maps/dahhv

Parking is available in the building.

Call for Paper - DEF CON Rajasthan March 2012 Meet

DEFCON Rajasthan invites unique and fresh research papers for March 2012 Jaipur Meet.

Defcon Rajasthan (DC91141) is a Defcon Registered group of people interested in exploring technology and it implications in security. It mostly consists of information assurance professionals and enthusiasts.

The main purpose of this group is to organize technical talks and hands on experience on topics of interest. While seasoned speakers will be invited to present for the initial several presentations. Our intention is to have local people with less experience present as well. This will allow younger professionals and researchers to get used to preparing a technical presentation and sharing it with an audience.



Paper shold be..
-> Paper should be of current subject and not more than 1 year old.
-> Papers can be on your own research with proof of concept.
-> Topics of interest includes everything related to Security.
-> Topics related to mobile security or any mobile operating system.
-> Any new methods of hacking or any 0day/tool disclosure.


Some of Example Topics are :-
  •  Wireless Security
  • Network Security
  •  Web Application Vulnerability
  •  Mobile Security
  • Cloud Computing
  •  Computer Forensics
  •  Cyber Laws
  •  Buffer Overflow
  • Reverse Engineering
  •  Exploits and 0day Vulnerability etc etc

** The above are just sample, the Paper can be of any topic related to security.

Your submission must contain the following information.
Please send your paper to rajasthan@defcon.co.in

1. Author name
2. Title of the Paper
3. Email Address
4. Mobile Number
5. Provide Supporting Materials for your paper in form of PDF or Links
6. Presentation Format must be in PDF for submission.

PS: Presentation should not exceed more than 20 minutes

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Further Information on Dates:
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Paper submission last date : 10 March 2012
Notification of paper Acceptance : 12 March 2012
Paper Presentation : 25 March 2012
Please send your paper to rajasthan@defcon.co.in

Null+G4H Chennai Meet on 25th Feb,2012


Next Null Chennai Meet is scheduled on 25th, 2012. null is an open security community for ethical hackers, security professionals and security enthusiasts. It was founded by Aseem Jakhar in Jan 2008.


Topics:
1) PDF Exploits – Tamaghna Basu
2) Metasploit 101 – Dayal
3) News Byte – Ajith

Date :
25th Feb,2012 (Saturday).

Time :
4:00 – 6:00 p.m

Venue:
OrangeScape,
No.305, D-Block, North Wing,
Tidel Park, Dr.Rajiv Gandhi Salai,
Taramani, Chennai- 600113
044 3068 6500

For any issues regarding Venue or Meet Contact :niteshbetala [ at ] gmail [ dot] com or Call @ 9941576747
NULL.co.in

Defcon Japan First meeting scheduled on February 24 2012


DEFCON-JAPAN's First meeting is scheduled to February 24 (Fri) at 19:00. Please carefully read the description of the event for the entrance procedure. In case you can't enter the Information Technology Center call 080-4201-5588

If you planning to attend, please register here: First Meeting of DCG893

Speakers:
Marat Vyshegorodtsev - What is DEFCON Group?
Daisuke Miyamoto  - To be announced
Sen Ueno  - To be announced
Yoshinori Takesako - How to execute arbitrary code on x86 JIT Compiler

Null Bangalore meeting on 4th Feb 2012, Reverse Engineering from securityxploded

null/OWASP/Garage4hackers/securityxploded Bangalore meetup on Saturday 4th Feb 2012 starting at 10.00 AM. No registrations, no fees, just come with an openmind :)

Meet is divided into 2 parts,
  • The monthly talks
  • Training on Reverse Engineering. 
The Reverse Engineering training will start at 12:45 PM by the SecurityXploded/
Garage4Hackers team.

TALKS
1. News Bytes:- Ajan
2. Null HackIM CTF Walkthrough - Part 1 by Himanshu
3. FTK basics:- Abhishek basu
4. Assembly Basics- Amit Malik and Swapnil

VENUE DETAILS
Kieon, 3rd Floor, 302 Prestige Sigma,
3 Vittal Mallya Road,
Bangalore 560001
Opposite Bishop Cottons Girls School, Above Emirates Airlines office.

Map Location: http://g.co/maps/dahhv

Parking is available in the building.

null + h4ck3r Delhi Chapter Meet on 29th January 2012

Pleased to announce this month's meeting on 29th January 2012 at USO House.

Venue, Date & Time Details:

USO House, USO Road,
Off Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg,
6, Special Institutional Area,
New Delhi-110067

Time: 3:00PM - 6:00PM

Date: 29th January 2012

Chapter Meeting Topics:

1) Web VAPT - By Shubhneet

2) Title - "Android Application Security." - Continued By Ishaan

About Ishaan : Ishan Girdhar working as an infosec Consultant at AKS IT Services Pvt. Ltd. He also completed MCSE, CCNA, RHCE and CEH, his main area of interest is in Web/Mobile Application Security. His other areas of interest includes photography, blogging and reading.

This chapter meeting aims to bring together information security experts, researchers, educators and practitioners from the industry, academia in order to discuss open problems and new solutions in information security. In the context of this track academic researchers will be able to combine interesting results with the experience of practitioners and software engineers

For any Query, Guidance please contact, or drop me a mail.

Mr. Shubhneet --- 9654807660

Mr. Ishan Girdhar --- 9999889302
http://nullcon.net

null Mumbai Meet on 26th, January, 2012 : Ethical Hackers Conference


null, an open security community for ethical hackers, scheduled Mumbai meet on 26th January,2012. There are NO FEES to attend the meet. Participation is OPEN TO ALL.

The agenda is as below:
  1. NTFS Forensics – Yogesh Khatri
  2. Threat Modelling – Shrikant Antre

Venue:
Sauron meeting room, First floor, Directiplex, Old Nagardas Road, Next to Andheri Subway, Andheri East
(Google Map Link: http://g.co/maps/5gt23)

Time:
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

If you have any queries, then reach them at the following number: +91-9819643034

About null:
null is an open security community for ethical hackers, security professionals and security enthusiasts, born out of the need for:

Promoting advanced security research.
  • Spreading security awareness among the netizens.
  • A Centralized knowledge base for security related information.

It was founded by Aseem Jakhar in Jan 2008.

official site: http://null.co.in/

Next DEFCON Chennai Meeting on January , 2012



Next DEF-CON Chennai Meeting is scheduled at the end of January ,2012(Due to lot of people having exams and semester during the months of October, November and December.). The 4th edition of our meet will be really big, we will be having more than 7 speakers and it's still counting.

We have planned for discounts for the people who are coming in teams and even T-shirts for DEF-CON Chennai is also been planned.

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This time , i am also coming to the meeting.

DEF-CON Chennai September 2011 Meet ~a Huge Success.



DEF-CON Chennai (DC602028) Meet held on On 11th September 2011.

List of Speakers

1) Abhinabd

2) Viknesh

3) Ravi Kumar

4) Aditya Gupta

5) Rahul Tyagi

6) Sophan

7) Suman

Organizers are Hari Krishna and Viknesh

Some of Photos from Album:








For Full Album:
https://picasaweb.google.com/112541524833378914172/DefconSeptemberMeet?authuser=0&feat=directlink


BruCON – Belgium’s First Security Conference


BruCON, Belgium’s first security conference is back for it’s third edition on 19-22 September. After witnessing greater success in the past two years, this year’s event is expected to attract more then 400 people from around Europe.

BruCON conference aims to create bridge between the various actors active in computer security world, included but not limited to hackers, security professionals, security communities, non-profit organizations, CERTs, students, law enforcement agencies,academic researchers, etc.


BruCON is organized as a non-profit event by volunteers. A group of security enthusiasts decided that it was time in Belgium to have its own security conference. A lot of countries around the world already had these kind of conferences to discuss and present research on computer security and related subject matters. This group of volunteers wanted Belgium not to be the last to have a similar conference.

The event features more then 27 speakers including a keynotes with Haroon Meer (Thinkst.com,South-Africa) and Alex Hutton (Verizon Business, United States), presentations from Stefan Friedli (scip AG, Switzerland), Ian Amit (Aladdin, Israel), Didier Stevens (Belgium), Joe McCray (Strategic Security, US) and many more.
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Conference Highlights:
  • Conferance: 19th & 20th Sep 2011
  • Training: 21st & 22nd Sep 2011
  • Venue: Vrije Universiteit Brussel – Brussel (Belgium)
Besides a presentation track, BruCON is providing a double workshop track where attendees can participate in technical training sessions and it also hosts a security competition, The Hex Factor, where people can practice and improve their technical competencies.

For more exciting details and registrations, visit officiate site of BruCON 2011