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Training Session Part 7 – Practical R...

Training Session Part 7 – Practical Reversing (II) – Unpacking UPX

Here is the quick update from our this month’s Local Security meet (sx/null/g4h/owasp) where Nagareshwar did splendid session on ‘Practical Reversing (II) – Unpacking. This is part of our ongoing FREE ‘Reversing & Malware Analysis Training’ started since our Jan 2012 meet. In this interesting practical session, he demonstrated How to manually unpack UPX packed […]

SecurityXploded Mentorship Programme ...

SecurityXploded Mentorship Programme Application Form

Recently we have announced our new initiative “Mentorship Programme” in which we will mentor/guide the students on Security Research projects. For more information please visit our Mentorship Programme page. To apply to this Mentorship Programme, aspiring students have to fill Mentorship Programme Application form. Please download the application form from here. Application form is divided […]

Training Session Part 6 – Practical R...

Training Session Part 6 – Practical Reversing (I)

Here is the quick update from our this month’s Local Security meet (sx/null/g4h/owasp) where Harsimran did splendid session on ‘Practical Reversing (I). This is part of our ongoing FREE ‘Reversing & Malware Analysis Training’ started since our Jan 2012 meet. In this interesting practical session, he demonstrated How to play around Breakpoints along with detailed […]

Announcing Security Research Communit...

Announcing Security Research Community

It has been around 5 years since SecurityXploded is sharing its security research work through its research articles, tools and trainings. Initially founded by Nagreshwar Talekar and then I along with other like minded friends formed a community around it. The main aim of the community was to support the society through its knowledge sharing […]

Someone Wanted to Attack me :)

Someone Wanted to Attack me :)

Today I opened my Gmail account to check my emails. I always check my spam folder to see the spammers’ trend :). I also believe that most of the people check and read mails from spam folder even if they don’t know why it is sent to them especially if the email header is something […]