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Archive for the ‘hacking’ tag.

Call for Presentations – ClubHack Security Conference – Dec 2011

ClubHack is one of India’s foremost conferences on Security and is now in its 5th year. As usual, it will be on the first weekend of December (3rd & 4th) in Pune. Last year, [ClubHack ] had Security Guru Bruce Schneier as the keynote speaker. The call for presentations is out, and if you’re working […]

NULL security forum meeting on “Malware Analysis” and “Bypassing Catpcha/Crpyto”

What: Meeting of the NULL security usergroup featuring talks on Malware analysis and an Open mail relay bypassing captcha and crypto When: Saturday, 31 Oct, 5pm Where: SICSR, Model Colony Registration and Fees: This event is free for all to attend. No registration required Link: Null Blog Introduction to Malware Analysis By DaH4cker A short […]

A perspective on The Indian Information Technology (Amendment) Bill, 2006

One of our favorite Pune Bloggers, Dhananjay Nene, has written a blog post analysing the the Information Technology (Amendment) Bill, 2006, that was passed by the Indian Parliament last month. He has described the important points of the bill like: Wireless networks are now added to the defintion of computer networks The “hacking a computer […]

Network Security Workshop by “Null” – Dec 21

What: Workshop on Network Security by security awareness group “Null” When: Sunday, 21st December, 10am to 1:30pm Where: I2IT, Hinjewadi Registration and Fees: This event is free for all. No registration required. Details: Null, a Network Security group, is organizing an event on the 21st of December, 2008 at International Institute of Information Technology, Hinjewadi, […]

81% of Pune’s Wi-Fi Networks are insecure – ClubHack report

ClubHack, the group hell-bent on hammering some sense of security hygiene into the heads of an ignorant and careless public, went around Pune making a note of how secure or insecure various Wi-Fi hotspots in the city were, and found that a full 50% were not protected at all, and another 31% were only weakly […]

Stop terrorists from hacking into your company computers with AirTight networks?

In a report titled “Wi-Fi networks extremely vulnerable to terror attacks,” the Economic Times points out that:   The recent incident involving US national Kenneth Haywood, whose Internet Protocol (IP) address was allegedly used to send the terror e-mail prior to the Ahmedabad serial blasts, should be regarded as a wake up call. While this […]