Hey Santa I have collected the socks and have hung them where ever I could find a place. My list includes …
Happiness and joy for all and 🙂 on every face.
That is what i want from you for all.
Merry Christamas to all
NULL [0x00] is a Network Security community for ethical hackers, security professionals and security enthusiasts, born out of the need for a centralized knowledge base in security and the fact that security is treated as an add-o and ignored many a times. It is a step to move towards immunity from security.
We had the first workshop at I2IT Pune and it was a great success.
The major attractions of the workshop were the Wireless Security and the TCP/IP and NMAP workshops where in the audience not only learned the theoretical things but also saw in real-time that how insecure is a WEP secured wireless network and how one can steal Gmail password which is considered to be very secure by means of ARP poisoning and fake certificates.
The support and hospitality at I2IT by the volunteers and staff was excellent. We never had expected such great response from them and we appreciate the effort.
Speakers @ NULL were:
Aseem Jakhar (Founder: NULL security community) A network security and open source enthusiast (and a system programmer for living). He has contributed to the development of various security products and networking/security modules including:
– Regex filters.
– Baysian filters.
– Heuristic filters.
– Genetic Algorithm based score generator for heuristic filters.
– Advanced attachment filters.
– Multicast packet-reflection daemon.
– SMTP engine.
– DNSBL engine.
Aseem is an active speaker at security/open source conferences like Blackhat Europe 2008, ClubHack 2008, Gnunify 2007. He was also invited to speak at Inbox/Outbox UK 2008. He is a C|EH from Ec-Council and is actively involved in security research. He has also given security advisories to various organizations including banks.
Murtuja Bharmal (Co-founder – NULL)
Murtuja is a Linux Kernel and Network Security maniac. Earning livelihood by working as a System Programmer. He has been contributing in development of various Network Security
products like Firewall, VPN, Application Proxies, and Authentication Modules for the past 5 years. Murtuja is a C|EH from EC-Council, is actively involved in Security practices, development, consultancy, with prestigious organizations. He has single handedly developed firewall product and got it compliant with ICSA-Labs and also has expertise in customization, security patching and integration of open
source products like SQUID, IPTables, VRRP, and OpenSwan.
Rohit Srivastwa (Member – NULL)
Founder of ClubHack, has several years experience in providing consultancy and training in the fields of Information security, Cyber Crime Investigation and Penetration Testing. He is actively involved advising and teaching several military agencies, law enforcement personnel, Corporates and Government bodies in these fields
Ajit Hatti (Member – NULL)
Ajit Hatti is a “Software Architect & System Programmer” by profession and “Network Security, Linux Enthusiast”. From last 4 years he has been contributing in research & development of security products like IPS/UTM/Mail Security & Network Scanners with various renowned Organizations. Ajit is also actively contributing in vulnerability research of various protocol implementations and has been researching on modern techniques of Fingerprinting & Application/OS detection. Ajit is also associated with PLUG, CSI, and Ubuntu’s development and testing.
Other Members Present :
Nickhil is a great guy to listen to. He is an advisor and friend to startups in the US and India. I personally find Nickhil’s experiences insightful and it is always a pleasure talking to him. He has done talks like these in Berkeley, Stanford, Symbiosis and COEP in the past and people love it. Even though this is last minute, you should definitely try to attend the talk.
Here are some highlights of Nickhil’s background:
Venue: ThoughtWorks Saturday, 20th December
Tower C, Panchshil Tech Park
Yerwada Pune – 411006
A group of OpenSocial enthusiasts from pune have come together to bring this event. The event is aimed to unite all the OpenSocial Application Developers from all over the country and just share/code/have fun and maybe inspire a few wannabee.
We are sure this will be a great help towards awareness of OpenSocial and building a strong OpenSocial developers community. As this is a event arranged by some enthusiast developers like us and not by any organization this will be event completely oriented towards OpenSocial and no marketing for any company or jobs.
Who should attend?
Anyone who developed any application based on OpenSocial platform or anyone who want to learn how to create OpenSocial Applications. Generally you will have to pay around Rs.5000 to attend such conference but this event is completely Free for you. Thanks to our speakers and sponsors.
Can I attend this event?
Yes. Please use Register link to register yourself. This is a closed and invitation only event. Only 200-250 applicants will get chance to participate. Selection will be done based on answers provided by you at registration form. We are looking towards having 80% OpenSocial developers and 20% developers who want to learn OpenSocial. Selected developers will get attende code before 15th Dec 08.
A Network Security community for hackers, security professionals, security enthusiasts and anyone related to IT; for whom security matters.
NULL made an official announcement of its presence on December 7th 2008 at ClubHack-2008
This year end seems to be a lucky one for me as one of my long awaited dreams came true. I attended a conference on Hacking and Security. ClubHack India’s own hackers’ convention.
I was at the right place and at the right time. There were warious talks and presentations and the best among them was the Backtrack workshop and Wireless secuity.
|Kunal Sehgal||Introduction to BackTrack – Local boot to remote root in just one CD|
|Rohas Nagpal & Gokul Narayan||Cyber Crime Investigation and Forensic Basics|
|Sheetal Joseph & Rohit Srivastwa||Wireless Security|
|Aditya K Sood||Hacking Client Side Insecurities|
|Ajit Hatti||Immune IT: Moving from Security to Immunity|
|Aseem Jakhar||AntiSpam – Understanding the good, the bad and the ugly|
|Atul Alex||Reverse Engineering v/s Secure Coding|
|Chris Goggans||Network Vulnerability Assessments: Lessons Learned|
|Harshad Patil||Economic offenses through Credit Card Frauds Dissected|
|Jonathan Brossard||Reverse Engineering for exploit writers|
|Karmendra Kohli||Insecure Implementation of Security Best Practices: of hashing, CAPTCHA’s and Caching|
|Nibin Varghese||Reverse Engineering for exploit writers|
|Rohas Nagpal||State of Cyber Law in India|
Symbiosis Infotech Campus is one of the most happening campuses in Pune. Lately SCMHRD one the best Business Schools in India has their annual feat NEEV 08 in which all of us had a gala time and the spotlight event was the Live performance by KK. Here are a few glimpses of the performance.
Its been years i was trying to have my own domain name, and now that i have it I am pleases again with myself beacuse it is an achievement for me. I have made a crude [read crappy homepage] for the time being and am working on my official website. Hope it gets done soon.
http://www.mtaram.com is my website
Thank you all for your support
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|I am a student of SCIT 08 – 10 Batch [Networks and IT Infrastructure] . I would be pleased to help all those who want to come and join us at Symbiosis International Campus. Mail me at MtaraM@gmail.com. All queries are welcome as I am just another student not a college representative.
|How to Apply?|
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