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1st- 2nd April 2016 - OWASP Kenyan Chapter and Africahackon will be holding a bootcamp at Multimedia University of Kenya in line with the plan to get information security to the young at heart so that we have more professionals in industry.
20th-21st November 2015
Africahackon and OWASP Kenyan Chapter are holding a bootcamp at JKUAT (Jommo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology) University
2015 is a busy year in the information security field : In addition to the Africahackon Conference, the first Kenyan Project currently at OWASP is out titled OWASP Mth3l3m3nt Framework. It aims to make web penetration testing easier and use of less resources that are readily available platforms. overed
Africahackon and OWASP Kenyan Chapter are holding a bootcamp at Multimedia University of Kenya (MMU) this year on 1st & 2nd of April. This marks the first Bootcamp at the University in the series of bootcamps across local universities. It will aim to raise more security aware individuals as they join the fields in development, forensics, offensive security etc. The key topics to be covered are:
- Linux 101
- Google Hacking
- Android Forensics
- Network Security
- Web Security
- GSM Security
- Malware Analysis
Africahackon and OWASP Kenyan Chapter are holding a bootcamp at JKUAT (Jommo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology) University this year. This marks it as the second bootcamp to grace the university. For more information on the training sessions taking place visit the Africahackon Website The schedule of topics to be taught that day can be downloaded here.