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Grab Your tickets Now! Defcon Bangalore Information Security Meet 2013


We invite you to the Defcon Bangalore 2013 Meet.  Defcon Bangalore is information security meet that you should not miss- The place where top Indian security researchers gather to share their knowledge.

The meet is going to be organized on coming Saturday, August 17th 2013 - The day that will give a chance for you to meet the WhiteHat hackers.

The reason why we mentioned this meet shouldn't be missed is that there are hackers from Brazil going to give a talk on "SCADA Exploitation".

Final list of Speakers:
  • Himanshu Sharma – Planning to rob someone? Here is an easier way
  • Ajin Abraham – Pwning with XSS reverse Shell
  • Dr. Daniel Singh – Tracing the Ghosts of Cyber World
  • Manas Prathim Sharma – IUTM
  • Francis Alexander – Abusing LFI-RFI with a twist
  • Aditya Gupta and Subho Halder – Droid Exploitation
Don't Miss the Training sessions.  Security researchers are going to give a training on several interesting topics on Information Security.

Training Track Sessions By
  • Aditya Gupta and Subho Halder on Droid Exploitation
  •  Bitcoins – Suriya Prakash
  • Deep Web – The TOR network – Nikhil P Kulkarni
  • Sabari Selvan on Exploit code writing
  • Hacking Hardwares with Raspberry Pi – Yashin Mehboobe
Book your tickets at:  http://www.meraevents.com/event/defcon-bangalore

You can find more details at http://defcon.cysecurity.org/

    DEFCON Bangalore 2013 - Call For Papers


    E Hacking News is glad to announce the Defcon Bangalore 2013 -  The place where the top Indian Security researchers present their research on Information Security.

    Defcon Bangalore is a part of Defcon Community Groups with a registered ID- DC9180. The team is supported by Cyber Security and Privacy Foundation, and provides a platform for talents in the Indian hacking community to showcase their research to a wider audience.The core team of defcon bangalore comprises of Mr. Karthik, Mr. HariKrishnan and Mr. J Prasanna( Founder, Cyber Security & Privacy foundation)

    Submit Your research papers:

    The call for paper has been opened.  Security researchers are invited to submit their research paper. Submit your papers at defconbangalore@cysecurity.org. The call for paper will close on 25th July 2013.


    Training:
    This year 2013, the DEFCON Bangalore team has initiated free training sessions for the attendees as a part of the meet! The charges incurred by the attendees are under 20 USD per head, this is collected in order to pay for the space occupancy at a 5 star Botique Hotel for the entire day - including snacks, high tea and Lunch. Apart from this no other charges are collected from the attendees.

    Hacker can control aircraft system with Android Smartphone


    A Security Researcher Hugo Teso at Hack In The Box security conference has demonstrated that it is possible for a hacker to take control of aircraft system with an android smartphone.

    By hijacking a protocol used to send data to commercial aircraft and exploiting bugs in flight management software, a hacker can send radio signals to planes that would cause them to execute arbitrary commands such as changes in direction, altitude, speed, and the pilots’ displays.

    "Teso demonstrated an Android application he built that allowed him to redirect a virtual plane with just a tap on a map application running on his Samsung Galaxy phone." Forbes report reads.

    Teso told Forbes that he was able to use the exploit "to modify approximately everything related to the navigation of the plane that includes a lot of nasty things"

    Teso notified Federal Aviation Administration and the European Aviation Safety Administration and they are working with the affected aerospace companies to fix the vulnerability.

    The presentation can be found here : Aircraft hacking[PDF].

    Defcon Kerala Information Security Meet 2013


    The Security Conference that you shouldn't miss - Defcon Kerala is a platform for Security enthusiasts to present their technical research papers and show case their skills.

    Defcon Kerala will be a stepping stone for young professionals, beginners and students by providing a starting point to advance their knowledge and skill sets.

    First Round Speakers for Defcon Kerala:
    • Nikhalesh Singh Bhadroia - Android Forensics
    • Oltjano - Break sqlmap into pieces
    • Archith KP - Expendables of Phishing
    • Francis Alexander - Real World Techniques & Firewall Evasion In SQLi
    • Lavakumar - IronWasp
    • Jayesh Singh Chauhan - Skanda - Cross Site Port Attacker
    • Saravanan I- Pwning the AIR
    • Muhammed Sherif - SOCIAL ENGINEERING – Art of human brain manipulation

    We invite all the information security enthusiasts, hackers, coders, programmers, security & network professionals, web developers, students, academic practitioners, government, police, business & corporate and all of those who care about ‘Information Security’ to Defcon Kerala Information Security Meet. We invite you to attend the talks of Speakers and to expand your Network.

    Who Should Attend the Meet?
    • Auditors
    • Application Developers
    • Application Testers
    • Chief Information Security Officers
    • Chief Technology Officers
    • Compliance Security Managers
    • Cyber Law Practitioners
    • Ethical Hackers
    • Information Security Researchers
    • Information Security Enthusiasts
    • Government Authorities related to Cyber Security
    • Software Engineers & Programmers
    • Security & Network Professionals
    • The curious Student community
    • And all those who cares about Security.

    Registration

    Entry Pass: Rs 1000/- Including networking, CTF Entry, Tea, Snacks, and Certificate of Attendance.

    Student Pass: Rs 700/- (After 30% Discount on Entry Pass with the discount code “STUDENT_DEFCONK13″ Including all the benefits of Entry Pass.

    DEFKTHON CTF

    DEFKTHON CTF, the Trademark CTF of Defcon Kerala. We invite all the war lords to the battlefield. Get ready with Backtrack, Exploits, Hack suites and everything you got. Be there, Exploit hard and 0wn DEFKTHON.

    Log on to: www.defconkerala.org

    An Interview with Antriksh.D.Shah (one of the key person behind NULLCON 2013)


    Recently we witnessed the glory of NULLCON unfold, it is said to be India’s largest security conference. As this was happening in Goa, my friend Nikhil.P.Kulkarni @nikchillz caught up with one of the guy behind NULLCON, it was none other than Antriksh.D.Shah and when asked about NULLCON, this is what he happened to say.

    EHN: Hello Antriksh, happy to see NULLCON 2013 starting off with a bang here in Goa.

    Antriksh: Yeah, its really good to see that more number of people have registered this year than the previous years, and moreover we’re happy that this happened with just the word that spread from mouth to mouth.

    EHN: So, what new do you see this time that you guys never saw in the previous years.

    Antriksh: Well, this time we were really happy to see that more number of students are registering themselves than the corporates. That’s what makes us feel proud. And the best part is we’re going to be witnessing the presence of CM Of Goa Mr. Manohar Parrikar.

    EHN: Oh cool, I just happened to see the List of Talks at NULLCON 2013, and I was amazed to see more number of youngsters speaking at the conference this time. So what do you have to say about this..?

    Antriksh: Yeah, its really happy to know that the young blood here in India are doing such great researches and NULLCON is proudly giving them a platform to showcase their research and we encourage them in all possible ways.

    EHN: Oh great to hear that, and what do you have to say about the venue. Any particular reason for choosing Goa.

    Antriksh: Well the main reason that we chose Goa was this is the place where people come, relax, enjoy the beach. And when people come down here to Goa, they forget all their worries and just chill out. So that’s the reason we came up with this venue.

    EHN: And here’s my last question, NULLCON is also famous for its evening parties, and last year we all saw the Belly Dancing happening. And what’s in store for this year’s NULLCON Networking Party.

    Antriksh: Well, this year we have planned for a trip to Casino, and asusual the party is going to be a huge hit. And its gonna be unlimited fun this time.

    EHN: Thanks a lot for sharing your time with us Antriksh, our best wishes to NULLCON and to all people associated with NULLCON.

    Antriksh:
    Thanks buddy…:D

    Registration open for OWASP AppSec APAC 2013

    Registration is open for the OWASP AppSec APAC 2013 conference taking place in South Korea at the Hyatt Regency Jeju.

    The event will be composed of 2 days of training (February 19-20), followed by 2 days of conference talks (February 21-22).

    The Global AppSec APAC 2013 Conference will be a reunion of Information Security Asia-Pacific leaders, and will present cutting-edge ideas. OWASP events attract a worldwide audience interested in “what’s next”.

    The Day1(Feb 21) Conference Talks will include "What your CISO has not told you - Outbound security of cloud and enterprise web services", "Abusing, Exploiting and Pwning with Firefox Add-ons", HTML5, The Droid Exploitation Saga, Web Security - New Browser Security Technologies, Dissecting Smart Meters, Hacking Authentication Checks in Web Applications , Open Source Metasploit - The Elixir of Network Security.

    The Day2(Feb 22) Conference talks will include "Putting Security within the SDLC via Application Threat Modeling", Securing data with a Data Encryption Infrastructure, Security Challenges of Hybrid Mobile Applications,Design Secure Web Applications, Growing sophistication of DDoS attacks, "Missile of Cyber-terrorism, the reality of APT and Countermeasures", A Call for Drastic Action: A Survey of Web Application Firewalls, PenTesting WebApps with Python, Using the Wisdom of the Crowd to Enhance Application Security.

    The conference is also offering following IT Security Training courses:
    • Advanced Android and iOS Hands-on Exploitation Course (2 day class)
    • HACKED - The OWASP Top 10 (2 day class)
    •  CISO training: Managing Web & Application Security for Senior Managers (1 day class)
    • HTML 5 (1 day class)
    •  Approaching Secure Code – Where do I start? (1/2 day Developer class)

    Please visit the website for more information on how to register for the event. Register NOW!

    List of Ethical Hacker Conferences & computer security conferences

    Security and Hacker conferences

    The best way to learn new things and get into the InfoSec world is attending Security and Hacker Conferences.  You can meet lot of security Experts and Black Hat hackers.

    Here is a list of International IT Security and Hacker conferences with a short description about the conference.

    DEFCON Hacking Conference:

    DEF CON, one of the worlds largest and longest running hacking conferences, celebrates it's 20th year with an energetic and appropriately themed compilation, entitled "XX". Founder and head of the conference Jeff Moss, also known as Dark Tangent, tasked DEF CON "goon" and Muti Music artist Great Scott with curating the talent filled track selections; acknowledging that music can be pure hacker fuel.
    www.defcon.org

    *EHN is official media partner of DefCon India

    www.defcon.co.in

    Black Hat hacker conference::

    The Black Hat Briefings are a series of highly technical information security conferences that bring together thought leaders from all facets of the infosec world - from the corporate and government sectors to academic and even underground researchers. The environment is strictly vendor-neutral and focused on the sharing of practical insights and timely, actionable knowledge. Black Hat remains the best and biggest event of its kind, unique in its ability to define tomorrow's information security landscape.

    https://www.blackhat.com/

    Nullcon :

    The nullcon conference is a unique platform for security companies/evangelists to showcase their research and technology. Nullcon hosts Prototype, Exhibition, Trainings, Free Workshops, null Job Fair at the conference. It is an integrated and structured platform which caters to the needs of IT Security industry at large in a comprehensive way.

    *E Hacking News(EHN) is official media partner of Nullcon

    http://www.nullcon.net/


    ClubHack:

    ClubHack is a NOT-FOR-PROFIT initiative to bring security awareness in common people who use computers and internet in their daily life. It’s a member driven open community to make cyber security a common sense. The phenomenal growth of the Internet economy has led to a sharp increase in computer crimes and hacking incidents. ClubHack aims at making technology users aware of the risks associated with cyber transactions as well as the security measures.


    *E Hacking News(EHN) is official media partner of ClubHack


    http://www.clubhack.com/

    C0C0N :

    c0c0n, previously known as Cyber Safe, is an annual event conducted as part of the International Information Security Day.

    c0c0n is aimed at providing a platform to discuss, showcase, educate, understand and spread awareness on the latest trends in information, cyber and hi-tech crimes. It also aims to provide a hand-shaking platform for various corporate, government organizations including the various investigation agencies, academia, research organizations and other industry leaders and players for better co-ordination in making the cyber world a better and safe place to be. It will also serve as a platform to devise strategies to prevent cyber crimes against women.

    http://is-ra.org/c0c0n/

    X.25 Ethical Hacking Conference :

    X.25 Ethical Hacking Conferences is performed every year in Mexico and one of the busiest in terms of computer security issues.

    *E Hacking News(EHN) is official media partner of ClubHack

    www.x25.org.mx

    Intelligence-Sec

    Intelligence-Sec is a fully integrated Conferences and Exhibitions Company managing and producing topical events for the security industry. All our global events are well researched and discussed with industry experts. Intelligence-Sec's main objective is to ensure that all attendees gain the best value for money when they participate in one of our events.

    http://www.intelligence-sec.com/


    Hackers Halted

    The Hacker Halted APAC event annually gathers around 500 individuals; this consists of everyone, from ethical hackers to key C-level executives from corporates, government bodies and solution seekers.

    The event is aimed at providing the opportunity to CEOs, COOs, CIOs, CFOs, Senior IT Professionals and all other decision makers to assess the best practices in acquiring, implementing, managing and measuring information security.

    http://hackerhaltedapac.org

    OWASP AppSec Conference

    OWASP AppSec conferences bring together industry, government, security researchers, and practitioners to discuss the state of the art in application security. This series was launched in the United States in 2004 and Europe in 2005. Global AppSec conferences are held annually in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. Additionally, regional events are held in locations such as Brazil, China, India, Ireland, Israel, and Washington D.C. Presentations and videos are generally posted several months after each conference.

    ISWec

    Infosecurity World is an annual exhibition and conference dedicated to Asia Pacific information security marketplace. The event showcases latest innovation, products and services from established to emerging brands.

    http://infosecurityworld.net/


    ShmooCon

    ShmooCon is an annual east coast hacker convention hell-bent on offering three days of an interesting atmosphere for demonstrating technology exploitation, inventive software and hardware solutions, and open discussions of critical infosec issues. The first day is a single track of speed talks called One Track Mind. The next two days bring three tracks: Build It, Belay It and Bring It On.

    http://www.shmoocon.org/

    Hackinthebox:

    Asia’s largest network security conference held annually in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and more recently the Middle East.
    http://conference.hackinthebox.org

    NOTACON

    Not quite sure what hacker cons are really about? Do you like building and creating stuff? Are you tired of infosec focused conferences? Do you want to have fun while actively learning about cool stuff and meeting awesome people? NOTACON is the conference for you! No degree in computer science, nor job in IT is required to have a great time at Notacon. In fact, we believe some of the best hacks occur in areas outside of technology altogether.
    http://www.notacon.org/

    CONFidence


    CONFidence is an annual IT security conference that will take place on 23-24th May, 2012 in Krakow, Poland for the 10th time! The best speakers, latest issues, laid-back atmosphere and Krakow crazy night life – that is why CONFidence has become a meeting point of hackers’ community in Europe.

    http://confidence.org.pl/

    BruCON

    BruCON is an annual security and hacker(*) conference providing two days of an interesting atmosphere for open discussions of critical infosec issues, privacy, information technology and its cultural/technical implications on society. Organized in Belgium, BruCON offers a high quality line up of speakers, security challenges and interesting workshops. BruCON is a conference by and for the security and hacker(*) community.

    brucon.org

    MalCon

    MALCON is a premier international technology security conference focusing exclusively on proactive malware research and analysis. MalCon is a part of Information Sharing and Analysis Center, in support with the Government of India.

    http://www.malcon.org/

    AthCon

    AthCon is an annual, European two-day conference targeting particular areas of information security. It’s aim: to bring leading information security experts together. Attacking techniques of exploitation and various forms of penetration testing have become an important component of any organisation. This conference aims to provide a venue for understanding the ever evolving changes as well as new threats.
    http://www.athcon.org/


    DerbyCon :

    This is the place where security professionals from all over the world come to hang out. DerbyCon 3.0 will be held September 25-29th, 2013. DerbyCon 2012 pulled in over 1,100 people with an amazing speaker lineup and a family-like feel. We’ve listened to your feedback and plan on making this conference even better. Our goal is to keep it around the same size and maintain a close-knit conference where we all come together to learn and share ideas
    http://www.derbycon.com/

    ekoparty

    Electronic Knock Out Party - Security Conference, is the annual computer security, for its unique features and its particular style, has become a benchmark for all of Latin America.
    http://www.ekoparty.org

    GrrCON

    GrrCON is an information security and hacking conference being held in the Midwest. This conference was put together to provide the Midwest regional information security community with a venue to come together and share ideas, information, solutions, forge relationships, and most importantly engage with like minded people in a fun atmosphere. Whether you are a Fortune 500 executive, security researcher, security industry professional, student, or a hacker of “flexible” morals you will find something for you at GrrCON.
    http://grrcon.org/

    T2 Infosec conference


    t2 was born at a time when there was a need for a conference that was “from hacker to hacker” when there was not one single independent, technically oriented, information security conference in Finland in existence.

    The mission of t2 has remained the same from its commencement, to be an annual conference dedicated to those who are interested in the technical aspects of information security. t2 offers the opportunity to publish new research and ideas as well as networking, the latter an elemental part of its ideology.

    http://t2.fi/

    DefCamp

    DefCamp is a national initiative dedicated to developing the skills of the young passionate by computer security, by creating a stimulating offline environment which allows offline and online exchange of knowledge between underground security specialists, academic and corporate entities in Romania. DefCamp is focusing on presenting technical information related to the security and insecurity of both virtual and real environment.

    The idea of DefCamp came out in March 2011, after some informal discussions between more computer security addicts from Romania, passionate about various INFOSEC topics

    http://defcamp.com

    Root CON
    ROOTCON is an annual Hacker Conference and Information Security gathering held in the Philippines and was founded by Dax Labrador a.k.a semprix.  The conferences aims to share best practices and technologies through talks by qualified speakers and demos of exciting stuff (hacks, tools, tips, disclosures, cyber warfare, cyber espionage, etc). ROOTCON is open to everyone and that previous participants have included InfoSec personnel, developers, programmers, engineers, hackers, businessmen, students, lawyers, feds, and the like.
    www.rootcon.org

    ACSAC(Annual Computer Security Applications Conference):

    ACSAC has a tradition of bringing together security professionals from academia, government and industry who are interested in applied security. It is an internationally recognized forum where practitioners, researchers, and developers in information system security meet to learn and to exchange practical ideas and experiences. Started in 1984, the conference has grown over the years to achieve worldwide attendance and recognition for the high quality of its presentations, discussions, and interactions.

    http://www.acsac.org


    Blue Hat Microsoft Hacker Conference:


    An event that is intended to open communication between Microsoft engineers and hackers is called Blue Hat Microsoft Hacker Conference. The event has led to both mutual understanding as well as the occasional confrontation.

    www.bluehatsecurity.com


    DeepSec

    The DeepSec IDSC is an annual European two-day in-depth conference on computer, network, and application security.

    https://deepsec.net/

    CarolinaCon

    CarolinaCon is an annual conference in North Carolina that is dedicated to sharing knowledge about technology, security and information rights. CarolinaCon also serves to enhance the local and international awareness of current technology related issues and developments. CarolinaCon also strives to mix in enough entertainment and side contests/challenges to make for a truly fun event.
    http://www.carolinacon.org/

    GreHack


    GreHack is a non profit Security Conference (during day) and an Ethical Hacking Contest - aka CTF - (during night).
    http://grehack.org/en/

    Hack.lu

    Hack.lu is an open convention/conference where people can discuss about computer security, privacy, information technology and its cultural/technical implication on society.

    http://hack.lu

    CanSecWest
    The world's most advanced conference focusing on applied digital security, is about bringing the industry luminaries together in a relaxed environment which promotes collaboration and social networking

    http://cansecwest.com/

    RSA Conference

    RSA Conference is helping drive the information security agenda worldwide with annual industry events in the U.S., Europe and Asia.
    http://www.rsaconference.com/

    SOURCE Conference:
    SOURCE is a computer security conference in Boston, Seattle, and Barcelona that offers education in both the business and technical aspects of the security industry.

    http://www.sourceconference.com

    TROOPERS IT Security Conference:
    Annual international IT Security event with workshops held in Heidelberg
    https://www.troopers.de

    The HackMiami Conference

    The HackMiami Hackers Conference seeks to bring together the brightest minds within the information security industry and the digital underground.
    http://hackmiami.com

    If you think we have missed a great one, feel free to contact me with details .

    Antiviruses are dead?


    With 2012 coming to an end, information security professionals are focusing on the complex challenges that 2013 will bring. The emergence of new technologies, such as mobile and cloud services, have created new vulnerabilities and forced businesses to invest in more advanced solutions than simple antivirus software or firewalls.

    Join the Hacker Prevention Summit to hear top industry experts share their insights and best practices around encryption, security intelligence, application security and more.

    Attend here: https://www.brighttalk.com/r/GDm


    Webinars will include:

    * Cloud Providers: A Double-Edged Sword? David Lomax, EMEA Technical Manager, Barracuda Networks

    * People vs Technology: Why Criminals Continue to Succeed, Peter Wood, Partner & CEO, First Base Technologies

    * Countering DDOS Attacks: Proactive Defences, Martijn Duijm, Consultant Systems Engineer, Fortinet


    View the full line-up and register to attend: https://www.brighttalk.com/r/GDm


    I hope to see you all there!