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Hacking Demystified - II
by Mr. Abhinav Das
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 Venue:  RAMAN  HALL

Date: January 28, 2016 (Thursday)

Time: 1:30 PM - 6:00 PM

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Data Privacy Day began in the United States and Canada in 2008, commemorating the January 28, 1981, signing of Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection. Data Privacy Day is now a celebration for everyone, observed annually on January 28.

It is focused on raising awareness among businesses as well as users about the importance of protecting the privacy of their personal information online, particularly in the context of social networking.

On this day, IEEE MUJ Student Branch will conduct a seminar on Hacking Demystified - II and an event  CTF(Capture the flag). Raising awareness about data privacy is particularly crucial in light of recent legislative developments.

About the events :

   1. Hacking Demystified - II 

  • Popular Attacks ­ In depth
  • How to attack the problems.
  • Pre-­requisites to hacking/security
  • Constructive Attacks (Penetration testing)
  • Destructive Attacks
  • Web Application Hacks
  • $$$ Bug Bounties
  • Malware writing
  • Surprise hands-­on CTF Event
   

 2. Capture The Flag (CTF)

  • Hands on (computers required)
  • This kind of event, a CTF, is very popular in hacker culture. It is multi-­levelled. It involves performing a very specific 'hack' described in the challenge­ text for a specific level. On performing the 'hack,' theuser will receive a string of characters which essentially represents the password to the next level. This is the 'flag.' So the person that captures all the flags, wins!
  • Touching a practical approach to information security.
  • Extremely fun and learning ­oriented.
  • All required concepts will be taught and discussed.


 Results of CTF Event:

  Winner ( Cash Prize of INR 2000/-) : Rijul Zalpuri
  Runner- Up ( Cash Prize of INR 1000/-) : Yash Mockoul


 Contact :

 1. Shivangi Jalutharia   -   +91 7728903537
 2. Sharthak Ghosh        -   +91 7728991829

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