SecurityXploded 6th Quarterly Meetup – 30th January 2016

Here is the quick update and presentations from our recently concluded Sixth ‘SecurityXploded Cyber Security Quarterly Meetup’.




In this meet, Jiggyasu Sharma delivered presentation on “Bluetooth [in]security”, Jitendra Kumar Patel covered the topic on “Secure Multi Party Computation”, Anirudh Duggal presented on “Breaking Into Hospitals” and Monnappa K A presented on the topic “Linux Malware Analysis Using Limon Sandbox”.


Here is the link to presentations and video demonstrations:

1. Bluetooth [in]Security

2. Introduction to Secure Multi Party Computation

3. Breaking into Hospitals

4. Linux Malware Analysis using Limon Sandbox


Here are the few snapshots from the session







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