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The next OWASP meeting along with null/G4H/SecurityXploded is scheduled for 14th December 2013.
ThoughtWorks, Ground Floor, ACR Mansion, 147/f, 8th Main Road, 3rd Block, Koramangala, Bangalore - 560034 Google Map Link
|Start Time||End Time||Title||Speakers||Description||References|
|09:30||10:05||Web Application Security for Beginners: Cross Site Scripting||Prasanna K / Jayesh Singh||This is a multipart series on Web Application Security. This session will cover DOM based XSS, the identification and concept behind it. The session will also cover filter bypasses and different XSS payloads in that context.||OWASP Cross Site Scripting|
|10:05||10:15||Introductions||Introduction for new comers and start of the meet for everyone.|
|10:15||10:50||Overview of ISO 27001||Rupam Bhattacharya||The session will include a brief introduction to standards and ISO 27001. Moving on to ISO 27001 domains, it's relevance to management, company and it's benefits. After this, the talk will cover ISO guidelines for asset management, asset classification, User registration, password management, clear work environment, operating system, application controls and network security and other domains of ISO 27001. The talk will end with changes in 2013 version from the 2005 version and Q&A.|
|10:50||11:25||XSS - From injection to root||Abeer Banerjee||This talk + demo will represent an end to end PoC for XSS and will cover cookie theft, session hijack and gaining a shell.||OWASP Cross Site Scripting|
|11:25||11:45||Networking Session and Break||Everyone||The idea of the networking session is for everyone to get up, go around the room and say hi to various attendees and the experts.|
|11:45||12:20||Struts Validation Framework||Satish||This session will describe what Validation Frameworks are. These are used to secure information from entering business model in an MVC architecture. “Struts Validation framework” is a set of predefined plugin codes which have proven best practices in Data validation. We will also answer the question of why such frameworks are used?|
|12:20||12:40||Feedback and Topic Discussion for Jan 2014 meet|
|12:40||14:00||Dissecting the APT malware functionalities||Monappa|| This talking is going to be the continuation of Part 1 (Reversing & Decrypting Communications of HeartBeat RAT), In part 1, the speaker covered how malware decrypts strings in memory, demonstrated how it collected system information and encrypted the collected information before sending it to the C2 server. The speaker also showed how to determine the encryption alogirthm and showed how to decrypt the intial C2 communication.
In part 2, the speaker will show how to determine various functionalities supported by HeartBeat RAT and will also cover various commands supported by the HeartBeat RAT and will also be showing how to decrypt the various communications between infected machine and the command and control server.
|Security Training-Advanced Malware Analysis|
Previous Meeting Venue and Dates
|26||14th December 2013||ThoughtWorks Office (http://goo.gl/bokSL)||9:30 AM|
|25||1st November 2012||KPMG Office||7 PM|
|24||16th May 2012||Kieon (http://g.co/maps/dahhv)||10 AM|
|23||19th May 2012||Kieon (http://g.co/maps/dahhv)||10 AM|
|22||21th April 2012||Kieon (http://g.co/maps/dahhv)||10 AM|
|21||10th March 2012||Kieon (http://g.co/maps/dahhv)||10 AM|
|20||04th February 2012||Kieon (http://g.co/maps/dahhv)||10 AM|
|19||07th January 2012||Kieon||10 AM|
|18||3rd October 2009||Praxeva India||10 AM|
|17||19th September 2009||Praxeva India||10 AM|
|16||5th September 2009||Praxeva India||10 AM|
|15||12 July 2009||Cubbon Park||10.30 AM|
|14||07 June 2009||ICH, Church Street||09.00 AM|
|13||11 April 2009||ThoughtWorks Bangalore, (DevCamp2)||10.00 AM|
|12||07 March 2009||Yahoo, Embassy Golf Links Business Park||11.00 AM|
|11||02 February 2009||India Coffee House, MG Road||9.00 AM|
|10||11 January 2009||India Coffee House, MG Road||9.00 AM|
|9||14 December 2008||India Coffee House, MG Road||9.00 AM|
|8||16 November 2008||India Coffee House, MG Road||9.00 AM|
|7||13 September 2008||IIM Bangalore (Part of BarCamp Bangalore-7)|| |
|6||09 August 2008||Microland Office||3.00 PM|
|5||12 July 2008||RSA Office (Part of Secure Camp)||9.30 AM|
|4||29 June 2008||India Coffee House, MG Road||9.30AM|
|3||28 June 2007||(Part of Barcamp Bangalore-4)|| |
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