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Virtual Presence in Words

Hi friends,

I Started with my words in word press. As all the blogger are starting with word press and the most interesting topic in some security meets is word press security , I am starting the blog to check the updates , I know I am late to start this but there is old saying “Something is better than nothing”  🙂 .

You can get my details here

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Registrations Open for nullcon Dwitiya

January 18, 2011 1 comment
 Hi friends,

     We null-The Open Security Community presents you with nullcon Dwitiya with awesome topics which are going to be on Feb 25,26 2011 at the India’s most beautiful holiday spot GOA. Get more details from below links.
 Registrations Started for nullcon Dwitiya get your Pass today for details 
 Have a look at nullcon Dwitiya topics
 Get the venue details from
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November 12, 2010 Leave a comment

ClubHack 2010


ClubHack has reached in its fourth year & we as a team are very happy as well as excited about it.

To add to our excitement, this year we have a very special guest who will add multiple stars on the shoulder of ClubHack

The fourth sequel event ClubHack2010 is scheduled on  4th, 5th and 6th December 2010 in Pune, India.

ClubHack 2010 will be organized in “The O Hotel”


Tickets for individual events of ClubHack2010 can be registered from link


ClubHack Day 1

On 4th of December

  • Keynote – By Bruce Schneier
  • Panel discussion on telecom security from national security perspective
  • Executive Lunch with Bruce Schneier.

ClubHack Day 2

On 5th of December

  • 9 Technical Briefings from ClubHack
  • 3 Presentations of Malcon

ClubHack Day 3

On 6th of December

  • 4 workshops

* this is tentative plan of the event. We might add a few more activities or change the schedule as per change of plans if any.

Capture The Flag

What’s a security conference without a grueling CTF?
But hang on, every time you attend an event in Indian you have a different CTF with no link to last partial efforts you put.
Well dear Sir, as you rightly guessed ….., tickle your very hacking bone Clubhack and null presents the Battle Underground Diwitiya (Version 2.0 continue)
Starting from ClubHack2010 this year, we’ll be having this CTF going from conferneces to conferences (ClubHack, NULLCon, c0c0n). An year long CTF?? Yes! year long. Keep playing the same CTF in each conference & start from where you left in last one.
The event promises to be filled with fun and exciting hacking challenges.
1. You can form teams(2 members) or play as an individual.
2. You have to bring your own laptop (bring your own inbuilt / addon wifi card to have some extra fun).
3. Live CD of popular security distro would help your cause but not all the time (Backtrack, Matriux).
4. You will get internet connectivity but to be on a safer side keep usb internet dongles handy.
It will be multi level hacking challenge. In each level you will find clues to the next level. The first team to finish the final level wins.
So if its an year long event, the prizes should also be in same way, right?
Moderation team will decide the percentage covered in each event & you’ll get same percentage discount in next event.
Say you cover up 30% in ClubHack, then you’ll get 30% discount on nullcon tickets & can continue to play from 30% in nullcon. If you reach 80% in nullcon, your c0c0n ticket will be discounted at 80%.
We know everyone would love t reach 100%, correct :)
And there would be some surprise prizes too.

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Nullcon Dwitiya

August 19, 2010 Leave a comment

CFP Open for “nullcon Dwitiya”

 Nullcon Dwitiya
The Jugaad Conference

Calling all Jugaadus(hackers)
It’s the time of the year when we welcome research done by the
community as paper submissions for nullcon.

Submission Topics:

1. One of the topics of interest to us is “Desi Jugaad”(Local Hack)
and has a separate track of it’s own. Submissions can be any kind of
local hacks that you have worked on (hints: electronic/mechanical
meters, automobile hacking, Hardware, mobile phones, lock-picking,
bypassing procedures and processes, etc, Be creative  :-D)
2. The topics pertaining to security and Hacking in the following
domains(but not limited to)
– Hardware (ex: RFID, Magnetic Strips, Card Readers, Mobile Devices,
Electronic Devices)
– Tools (non-commercial)
– Programming/Software Development
– Networks
– Information Warfare
– Botnets
– Web
– Mobile, VOIP and Telecom
– VM
– Cloud
– Critical Infrastructure
– Satellite
– Wireless
– Forensics

 Important Dates:
CFP End Date:         20th November 2010
Speakers List Online: 10th December 2010
Conference Dates:     25th – 26th February 2011

Goa, India
(Exact Venue TBD)

for more details please chk

Categories: General in cyber forensics

May 18, 2010 1 comment

hi everyone if anybody is interested in doing

M.Sc. Forensic Science

then please check for details for 2010-2012 academic year 

Last date is 25 June 2010

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solid state disks

February 2, 2010 Leave a comment

Solid state drives (SSDs), as compared to their spinning counterparts, have no moving parts, require less power, have a smaller footprint, produce a fraction of the heat, enjoy a longer life span and perform better in some systems. They currently range in price from two or three times for smaller drives (about 30GB) to more than 10 times that for drives in the 120GB to 250GB rangeSATA vs. SSD (Watts)

The table shows the average power consumption from a variety of different SATA and SCSI drives. The SSDs are Intel High Performance SSDs.

                       If you’ve heard of SSDs, you’ve also heard about their increased performance over conventional disk technology. Since SSDs don’t have moving parts, their seek times return numbers in the range of 75 microseconds to 1 millisecond. Standard disk technology runs in the 4 to 5 millisecond range.

SSD PRO’s &CON’s::
             Energy efficient
             Low Latency
             Control of Unstructured files
             Compatability with operating systems
             commoditized components
         LifeExpectancy ofSSD
         Not Ideal for all
         More Expensive..

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