Category: Chandigarh

Chandigarh [null + OWASP] Monthly Meet – June 28

This is a double-dip month on Windows Security. We already conducted a special session on 21-June  for WeExcel Softwares. Our monthly meet is a repeat session Рbut for our regular audience.

Date: 28-June-2014 10:00am – 12:30pm
Place: Hartron Bhawan, Bays 73-76, Sector 2, Panchkula

Session 1: .NET Application Security by @SamanL33T (Samandeep Singh, IISecurity) / Mohit Sharma (E&Y)
Session 2: Windows 8 Security features by @himanshucisco (Himanshu Jangra, eCore Techno)

If you are a Developer / Admin / Security specialist on the Windows Platform, this is for you!!

Chandigarh [null + OWASP] Monthly Meet – May 24

What: Chandigarh Chapter [null + OWASP] monthly meet

When: May 24, 10am – 12noon

Where: Hartron Bhawan, Bays 73-76, Sector 2, Panchkula

As always, walk-ins are welcome; all chapter meetings are free-of-cost


Tech Talk #1: 10am – 11am

  • A peek inside Ransomware — by Ravdeep Sodhi

Tech Talk #2: 11:30am – 12noon

  • Anti-Anti Forensics – a tiny bespoke tool — by Pragti Chauhan

null [+ OWASP] Chandigarh Monthly Meet – Apr 19

Announcing the null Chandigarh Chapter Monthly Meet (together with OWASP Chandigarh Chapter)

Date: April 19, 2014 (Saturday)

Time: 10am – 12:30pm

Venue: Hartron Bhawan, Bays 73-76, Sector 2, Panchkula

As always, entry is FREE. No prior registration or RSVP required for this meet. Interest in #infosec is the only requirement.


10:00 – 11:00 “Developing Secure RESTful Web Services” by Vibhor Mahajan, Project Leader, Trantor

11:00 – 11:30 Break + Discussion on “Mission 2014″ of our Chapter – “Secure Chandigarh”

11:30 – 12:30 “Project Experiences: Before and After Securing our Software” by Rochak Chauhan, Software Architect, Hartron


null Chandigarh | Combined null/OWASP Monthly Meet | 21st December | 10 AM – 1 PM

Date: 21-Dec
Time: 10am – 1pm
Venue: Chandigarh UT Guest House, (near Sukhna Lake & Governor’s Residence), Chandigarh.
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  • 10am – 11am: Computer Forensics – An introduction, by Sh. Gurcharan Singh, Faculty-Cyber Crime, Central Detective Training School, Chandigarh

This will be an introductory talk on Forensics, common tools used, techniques / procedures used, and limitations.

  • 11am – 11:30am: Tea & Networking Break
  • ¬†11:30am – 12:30pm: Simple Operational Security Measures by M N S Mani, Senior Consultant, Haryana SeMT

This talk was scheduled for last meeting, but we didn’t have enough time for this. So we are making up for it this time. This talk will cover browser security plug-ins, disk drive encryption, and email security (encryption and digital signatures) — targeted to increase operational security awareness in our day-to-day computer use.

  • 12:30pm – 1pm: Freewheeling discussions on how to take our community forward.

Please do come, enjoy the talks and make it a success. As always, we are an open community – so feel free to invite other interested professionals. No separate invitation, fees or membership is needed to attend our monthly meets.

I’m still trying to make a hands-on session happen on the 28-Dec. Please bear with me. I’ll confirm this in a few days.

Announcing null Chandigarh

Open hand monument in Chandigarh

null Chandigarh

Long over due but never too late, we have a chapter in Chandigarh. They have already conducted a pre-null meet with over 40 people in attendance.

Sastry a.k.a. Sas3 (sas3 AT null DOT co DOT in)

Sas3 is an Infosec Specialist, eGovernance Solution Architect and Open Source Evangelist. His motto is “plain speak, open mind”.

Rochak Chauhan (rochakchauhan AT null DOT co DOT in)

Rochak Chauhan is India’s most downloaded PHP author and a security enthusiast.

Kanwal Singh (kanwal AT null DOT co DOT in)

Kanwal Singh is a new generation professional with multifaceted skills as manager and technologist with a proven track record. He has 25 years of proven Industry experience in IT sector and is presently working as Director and running M/s WebMentors Software Technologies.

About the City

Chandigarh is a union territory of India that serves as the capital of two states, Punjab and Haryana. As the first planned city of India, Chandigarh is known internationally for its architecture and urban planning.

Chandigarh is a city in Northern India that serves as the capital of the states of Punjab and Haryana. The city of Chandigarh was the first planned city in India post independence in 1947 and is known internationally for its architecture and urban design. The city has projects designed by architects such as Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, Jane Drew and Maxwell Fry.

We have high hopes with this chapter and their contributions to null and its community.

Image of the one hand momument by Ravjot Singh Uploaded to wiki by user:nikkul