PRLog - Nov. 3, 2012 - PUNE, India -- Carrying reputation of being India's first and hacking & network security event, Team ClubHack proudly bringing the 6th edition of ClubHack Hacking and Security Conference with more exciting activities. Registrations for technical briefings, hacknight & workshops have been opened on 1st November 2012 & also announced the early bird discount for registrations upto November 8th, 2012. ClubHack 2012 will be featuring secure development thought 12 technical briefings & 5 workshops. Event will start from November 30th till December 3rd, 2012.
ClubHack 2012 is highly technical conference with 2 days of Technical Briefings and 2 days of hand-on training workshops. Event includes a specialized hands-on training workshop for Network Admins, DBAs, Developers, Researchers, Architects, Govt. Agencies, Auditors, Students. ClubHack2012 is loaded with more number of talks, more workshops and a special event Hacknight (http://www.clubhack.com/
For the first time ClubHack have introduced new event for hackers & developers - Hacknight in ClubHack2012 which is a complete night-out of making new products/plugins/
There are benefits of attending the 4 days conference: Attendees can meet directly with people from industry, geeks, entrepreneurs etc & talk with them. Many businessmen can achieve multiple lead generations from opportunities from corporate & government. People can do business development and partner recruitment while sharing thoughts and opinions about market. Meet with other vendors as well as open source projects to generate business development and product innovation opportunities. Also another good advantage is that people working in industry can earn lot of CPE credits.
ClubHack 2012 is open to all including chief technology officers, chief security officers, network administrators, DBAs, security researchers and practitioners, system and network architects and designers, business analysts, auditors & technical educations students.
There will be 5 workshop are arranged on ClubHack 2012.
Hackers vs. Developers by K.V.Prashant & Akash Mahajan
Advanced Pentesting Techniques by Vivek Ramchandran
Securing Mobile applications by Dinesh Shetty & Ashish Rao
Managing Application Security by Ketan Vyas
PowerShell for Hackersby Nikhil Mittal
You can get detailed information about workshops here http://www.clubhack.com/
Topics for technical briefings are listed below
Detecting and Exploiting XSS with Xenotix XSS Exploit Framework by Ajin Abraham
Smart Grid Security by Falgun Rathod
HAWAS – Hybrid Analyzer for Web Application Security by Lavakumar Kuppan
Real Time Event Recording System, the tool for Digital Forensics Investigation by Madhav Limaye
Content-Type attack -Dark hole in the secure environment by Raman Gupta
Legal Nuances to the Cloud by Ritambhara Agrawal
FatCat Web Based SQL Injector by Sandeep Kamble
Hacking and Securing iOS applications by Satish Bommisetty
Infrastructure Security by Sivamurthy Hiremath
Critical Infrastructure Security by Subodh Belgi
XSSshell by Vandan Joshi
Anatomy of a Responsible Disclosure – Zero Day Vulnerability in Oracle BI Publisher by Vishal Kalro
You can get detailed information about technical briefings here http://www.clubhack.com/