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First Meeting - 22 February 2016
OWASP Ngaoundéré held its first meeting on the 22 February 2016 at the Lab room of the Computer Science of the University of Ngaoundéré. The objective was to present what is OWASP and its objectives. This has been done by the manager. He also presented the vision to educate people about Web application security and the advantages to adhere. We have had three females and 10 males, wo participated to the rendez-vous.
The next meeting is taken for the 14 may of 2016 during which we should define our activities and member roles.
Second Meeting - 04 May 2016
This meeting started at 3:30 p.m. We elected a treasurer and defined that our activities, this year, are around SQL injections attacks, Web server Misconfigurations, Browser based attacks, Reverse engineering and Phishing. A research member, Fokou Michel, made a great presentation about SQL injections attacks and what vulnerabilities the attackers exploit. Then, we made working groups to experiment with example SQL injections in order to be able to explain to others during a public event. We planned two public events: one on July, 15-16 and November, 05.
Meeting preparing the event of July, 16
We held a meeting on the 24 June 2016, during which we plan activities of the event. Below are those activities:
First Aspect: Web attacks: SQL Injection and cross-scripting
Activity 1 : Presentation of concepts around SQL Injection and cross-scripting: By Michel Fonkou
Activity 2 : Practicals on SQL Injection and cross-scripting: By Ndjeumou Roger
Activity 3: Practicals on detecting SQL Injection and cross-scripting: By Kwenne
Second Aspect: Integrity and Password on Internet
Activity 1: Automatic and secure Management of Passwords on Internet: Ms Atsafack Blondelle
Activity 2 : Verification of data integrity on Internet: Dr Tchakounté
Third Aspect: Cybercriminality
Activity 1: Identification of phishing and vishing and countermeasures: M. Saoungoumi rodrigue
Activity 2: Identification of drive-by-downloads attacks and countermeasures: Dr Dayang Dayang
Meeting - 24 June 2016
Dear members, we invite you a meeting to discuss the preparation of the July, 15-16 event. This meeting will be hold at 3 p.m at the usual place, the lab room.
Welcoming session - 30 October 2017
Welcoming new members and fixing how activities will be executed.
Practice Lab - 06 November 2017
Kali installation, components and Tor. Next Monday, 13.11.2017 we plan to introduce ethical hacking.
Anonymity with Tor and Proxychains
Waouh! Congrats to everybody! After several meetings every member is able to practice anonymity with Tor and Proxychains.
Owasp Ngaoundéré Event in July, 16. Register via the link below.
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OWASP Ngaoundere to NdereCamp 2017
Our participation there:
- Introduction and Presentation of OWASP : By the leader
- Announcement of our January's event: By the leader
By members :
- Anonymity on Internet
- Motivations for users and administrators?
- Definitions: Proxy, Proxychains, Types of Chains (Dynamic, Strict, Random)
- How does it works?
- Anonymity with Tor and Proxychains - Practical
To be coming: Ethical hacking and penetration testing to change minds on the 13.01.2018 at ICT Centre Ngaoundéré.