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Capture The Flag
The CTF is a Jeopardy-style capture the flag competition where individuals will compete to solve various challenges based on CTF flavours such as Steganography, Web, Cryptography, Forensics, OSINT, etc. It is a game-based learning approach where participants will improve their technical as well as analytical skills,
also it will make them aware of some common vulnerabilities that must be avoided to make their systems secure.
09 Oct'21 06:00 PM IST - 09 Oct'21 11:00 PM IST.
A blithesome challenge for all cybersecurity and quizzing enthusiasts to prove their Dunkirk spirit.
And don't worry if you are a beginner – we’ve got you covered.
10 Oct'21 10:15 AM IST - 10 Oct'21 01:00 PM IST.
Cyber-Runner is an online video-case challenge, accompanied by a number of riddles that will help you safeguard your company from external attacks. Help us save the company from an upcoming crisis by making the right decisions.
10 Oct'21 01:00 PM IST - 10 Oct'21 04:44 PM IST
How Long Can You Survive?
This event comprises of three rounds, where the first two rounds are elimination rounds. The team shall engage in case studies,quiz and debates in the respective rounds.Last team standing is the winner
09 Oct'21 11:00 AM IST - 10 Oct'21 08:00 PM IST
C0c0n is now a community partner of Team Matrix
C0c0n is aimed at providing a platform to discuss, educate, empower, understand and spread awareness on latest trends in information security, cyber threats, hi-tech crimes, and data privacy. It also aims to provide a platform for various corporates, government organizations including academia, government agencies and other industry leaders for better coordination in making the cyber world better and safe place to be. It also serves as a platform to devise strategies to prevent cyber crimes against women.
Facebook's Pysa is an open-source tool developed to catch vulnerable code snippets written by engineers before they make it into production
Pysa is designed exclusively to analyze code written in Python. Python being the world’s second most widely used programming language, Pysa could be used by many companies. It’s especially popular in artificial intelligence development and is also the language in which most of the code for Instagram is written.
DNSDB’s 10th Anniversary gift to security professionals, threat hunters, and researchers everywhere offering brand new ways to search over 100 billion DNS records.
It enables security professionals to identify and map domain names and IP addresses associated with bad actors or used in malicious infrastructures, brand infringement campaigns, phishing schemes, ransomware and other cybercrime. General Availability for DNSDB 2.0 is scheduled for October 20th.
Amazon fixed the security issues which were found by researchers in Amazon Alexa.
So, what can happen in this type of attack is that the hacker can exploit these vulnerabilities by sending the victim a specially crafted Amazon link, clicking which then directs them to Amazon where the attacker has code-injection capabilities. This could allow attackers to access a user’s voice history with Alexa and get their personal information, banking data history, usernames, phone numbers and home address.
Privacy and Anonymity with the Tor Network
Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say.Read
How Secure is Work From Home?
The focus of the Organizations in this post-pandemic world is to shift from “Office-Culture” to “Work-from-Home” culture.But nothing comes easy...Read
Are your smart devices really secure?
Imagine one fine day, you wake up and get a notification mail that there has been a transaction of 4000 dollars from your bank account...Read
Information security in the age of COVID-19
Covid-19 has indeed turned the entire world upside down. This has created several challenges which have brought the world under the knees...Read
IoT: The Thriving Market of the Future
Gone are those days wherein we had to get up from our cosy bed on a lazy Sunday afternoon or even after a hectic day at night to switch off those lights that were kept on...Read
10 Cyber Attacks to watch out for
Stop and look around you. The world is changing at a pace faster than usual. With digital transformation setting its foot in every aspect of our lives...Read
Team Matrix is a group of like minded people
dedicated to research and awareness in the area of information security. Information
security can only be successful if it is made an integral part of the day-to-day
and it is therefore necessary that everybody (in the organization ) understands the
importance of information security. Security awareness and training controls have
been identified as a mandatory part of many standards
and frameworks. Realizing this need a group of like minded security enthusiasts came
together at SCIT, Pune to work for the cause.
Team Matrix was formed in 2009 with the intent of spreading in the area of information security. Late night discussions and planning led to the birth of Team Matrix.
Members over the years