n|u Puliya, really short courses for skill bridging.
Puliya means culvert or a small bridge in Hindi.
We have been getting constant feedback about our null Humla and null Bachaav sessions. The feedback is both ways and almost all the champions are of the opinion that there are some essential non-security skills that are sorely lacking in a lot of attendees.
To "bridge" this gap in skills of our members attending the sessions we are starting null Puliya. The idea is to bridge the skill gap and get our members ready to take on advanced topics covered in null Humla and null Bachaav.
Culvert by Pearson Scott Foresman [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Proposed sessions for this event:
- Reversing with GDB by Mihir Shah
This session would cover the basics of GDB and how you can use it as your first step towards reverse engineering and then later identifying a vulnerability which you might want to exploit. This session would act as a follow up session to my previous talk on Return Oriented Programming in Bangalore. This session would also cover using other tools for reverse engineering like ltrace, strace, objdump and how to employ these tools in identifying overflow attacks or return based attacks(jump attacks)
|Date||Saturday January 19 2019|
|Event Type||Open to Everybody|
|Start Time||10:00 AM|
|End Time||02:30 PM|
2nd Floor, Reliable House,
Above Bank of Baroda, Station Rd,
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400078