[Owasp-Pune] nullcon Goa 2010 Call For Papers
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Sun Sep 13 02:56:51 EDT 2009
It all started sometime last year with small meets of null in Pune.
The bug caught up spreading to Bangalore and other cities and is
showing no signs of slowing down. With over dozen meets, hundreds of
mailing threads, numerous training sessions and 300+ strong phreaks,
it’s time to take this fever to the next level. Ladies and gentlemen
null is proud to present India’s first hacking fest nullcon Goa 2010.
Calling all greyhats, whitehats, blackhats, rainbowhats, nohats,
underground, aboveground, in-the-sky, on-the-moon, Grannies,
Grandpas, martians, Doodhwalas, Kaamwalis, Bai, Bhai, Chuck norris Fans,
Mithun Da Fans, Himesh Reshamiya wannabees……..
Call For Paper is officially open for nullcon Goa 2010. It is time for
you to polish your paper, stick up an abstract and send it across.
A live demo/exploit/0day with the presentation might win you
some extra brownies.
null – The open security community (http://null.co.in) , a non-profit
initiative, is a community of security professionals who have passion
research and contribute towards research and development, knowledge sharing
in the field of computer security.
nullcon Goa 2010 is our First effort towards organizing an International
Hack Fest and is totally a community driven effort by the members of
The conference will run on the following two serial tracks:
1) Gurukul Track – 1 hr sessions
2) Turbo Track – 10/15/20 min sessions
Don’t have a full fledged 1 hr paper ??? Don’t be disheartened, we
have the Turbo Track with 10-20 minute talks.
If you have a neat hack/0day/idea/Research in Progress, simply submit on
the turbo track.
Topic could be anything from Auto meter crooking, hacking cars to
hacking mobile networks, anything that would make people standup and
A subset of topics we would be interested in (but not
limited to): Application security, Web security, social engineering,
Mobile Networks GSM/CDMA/3G, Bluetooth, OS/Kernel, Virtualization,
cloud security/hacking, protocol vulnerabilities, hardware security,
cyber warfare, cyber forensics, cryptography, spam, malware, L2-L4
Initially an abstract will be required with your details.
Send an email to (cfp _at_ nullcon.net) in the following format:
Subject should be: nullcon Goa 2010 CFP <Paper Title>
Track: Gurukul / Turbo
Paper Abstract: (Max 6000 words)
Have You Presented this paper at any another conference? If Yes, Where?
Why do you think your work is innovative or different?
NOTE: It is mandatory for the participants, whose papers are selected, to send
us the final presentation (ppt, odp format) and the full paper (doc, pdf format)
containing the detailed explanation of presentation, within the
stipulated time (as mentioned below). The abstract should clearly
define your findings in detail with factual information. Just stating that
‘it works’ may not help us understand your work correctly.
CFP Closes – 15th Dec 2009
Selection Notification – 25th Dec 2009
Submission of final Paper and presentation material – 5th Jan 2010.
SPEAKER PRIVILEGES FOR GURUKUL TRACK
Fixed amount of reimbursement for travel (TBD).
Invitation to the post conference party.
Free access to the conference.
SPEAKER PRIVILEGES FOR TURBO TRACK
Speaker privileges for Gurukul track will not be extended to Turbo
track; however heavy discounts on entry fee will be provided.
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