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Break The Security - Hands on Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security Training for Corporate

Cyber Security & Privacy Foundation is proud to announce the Corporate training in Chennai. The attendees will be trained by four security researchers on various cyber security topics.

The training starts with introduction to information security field and various classes of hackers. It will be hands on training, we will demonstrate the usage of various security tools and will help the attendees to use it.

The course covers various tookits including TamperData, Hackbar, Maltego, FOCA , Live HTTP Headers plugin and more.

We also give training on advanced tools for vulnerability assessment and penetration testing which includes Metasploit, Nmap, Nessus, sqlmap, and more.

Attendees are requested to bring their own laptops installed with isolated network like VMware/Virtual box to gain hands on exposure.


Computer Society Of India Head Quarters,
Educational Directorate- Taramani,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu


The Corporate Training tickets would cost Rs. 2000/- per person.

Lunch and Tea/Snacks will be provided at the venue.

Registration Link:–ethical-hacking-hands-on-for-corporate

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Download BackBox Linux 3.01 -PenTesting Distro

The BackBox Team annnounced the updated release of BackBox Linux, the version 3.01. This release include features such as Linux Kernel 3.2 and Xfce 4.8.

BackBox is an Ubuntu based Linux distribution penetration test and security assessment oriented providing a network and informatic systems analysis toolkit. BackBox desktop environment includes a minimal yet complete set of tools required for ethical hacking and security testing.

What's new
  • New and updated hacking tools (ex. backfuzz, beef, bluediving, cvechecker, htexploit, metasploit, set, sqlmap, websploit, weevely, wpscan, zaproxy, etc.)
  • System improvements
  • Upstream components
  • Bug corrections
  • Performance boost
  • Improved auditing menu
  • Improved Wi-Fi dirvers (compat-wireless aircrack patched)

The ISO images (32bit & 64bit) can be downloaded from the following location:

Ubnhd2 PenTesting OS : Change your Android mobile as Hacking Device

Ubnhd2 is a security and pentest focused ubuntu/debian system that runs natively on the HTC HD2 phone. To boot this you need the Magldr on your phone and the first FAT partition should be named "SD". The Ubnhd2 is in beta version.

The Ubnhd2 is in beta .  For now, these options work:
- Booting via Magldr
- Landscape Display orientation
- usb host
- Haret booting
- Touchscreen
- Wifi with encryption
- 3G network connection, sim-pin needs to be disabled !
- Audio/audio player
- Audio Outputs (Loudspeaker, Phonespeaker or Headphones)
- The Hardware Controls (Display Brightness, LEDs etc)
- x11VNC Server(not the fastest one due to workarounds, but still usable)
- PwnPi & Backtrack Tools(not all but most atm)
- dpms
- The common ubuntu stuff

What doesnt work:
- Monitor Mode for bc5329
- Phone Feature(no calls no sms/mms sPhone stills needs to be loaded or 3g network wouldnt work.)
- Bluetooth(kernel side looking ok, but the rest is incomplete)
- Battery Stats (no percentage, no recharging)
- Video Player (Without Audio it looks delicious with Xine, even in
fullscreen, but due to the Audio problem mentioned before it has desynchronized and laggy sound)
- Hardware keys, (Kernel side ok but the xorg.conf and xinput settings are not correct)
- Second Mouse Button

The Project needs:
- Kernel Developers (urgent)
- People who are familiar with implementing the msm/qsd driver
- People who are able to crosscompile for arm's
- Developers that have good tools or scripts to embed
- Pentesters who want to contribute some toolchains and methods
- Designers / Webdesigners
- Translators
- People who are able to fix

If you want to enter the project, you can contact the developer via XDA-developers forum.

How to install Ubnhd2?:
Rename the first FAT Partition of the SD card to "SD" or many things wont work !  (this should be done externally and not in the phone because ubuntu sets the mount points on boot time !)

You need the Magldr on your HD2

Extract all files from the downloaded archive "" to the directory "linux" on your sd card

Set the right "Android from SD" folder in Magldr (SD/linux), select "Boot AD from SD"

The package "connman" should be deinstalled because its consuming too much cpu and doesn't work well together with wicd, the wifi autoconnect after boot was also affected by this.

Password for both accounts is still "ubuntu"

Be careful what you install, it has Debian and Ubuntu repos. In some cases the "Force Version" Option helps

To get the Wifi working you need the drivers from here:

- extract the two files (fw_bcm4329.bin & bcm4329.ko)
- move them to the root folder of your SD-Card
- boot up ubnhd2
- go to gnome-menu -> Stuff -> System -> bcd-res-upd
- take option 7 (Import ... from SD)
- takes a second
- Press the wifi-signal in the dock
- answer the dialog with ok
- after the vibration signal from the wifi script the networks can be
configured by clicking the icon in the menubar (wicd app)

Download beta: