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ROOTCON Campus Tour 2015 – De La Salle University

The first inter-university Hacker Capture The Flag is here!!!

When: September 4, 2015
Where: De La Salle University, Taft Avenue, Metro Manila, Philippines
Register Now: http://goo.gl/forms/AxpZHpVbnm

ROOTCON Campus Tour in partnership with De La Salle University – College of Computer Studies is the first ever inter-university Capture the Flag (CTF) and infosec gathering for university students that aims to bring the ambience of the premier hacking conference in the Philippines, ROOTCON.

The event is 100% FREE and covers topics like Information Security 101, Information Security Career 101, Introduction to Hacking, Exploit Development, Malware Analysis, Debugging, and many more to mention.

The Capture the Flag event is the main highlight of this event wherein the champion could secure a FREE pass to ROOTCON 9.

ROOTCON Campus Tour’s CTF is not your ordinary hackathon or codefest because it is really an inter-university hacker cup that has intermediate to advance challenges like reverse engineering, return oriented programming, packet sniffing, debugging, web exploits, and many more to mention. You don’t wanna miss this event!

Campus Tour – #Talks

Øwning Your InfoSec Career
by: Dax Labrador A.K.A TheDarkMeister (semprix)


Hacking 101
by: Dan Jose Duplito A.K.A DevNull


Bug Hunting and Basic Exploit Dev from Scratch
by: Jay Turla A.K.A TheJetman

Large companies like Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, etc. are offering bug bounty programs. Join Jay who is a former bug bounty hunter as he dissects what bug bounty hunting is and how to take part in it. At the end of his presentation, he will not demonstrate web hacking but how to create a simple exploit from scratch using Immunity Debugger and Python.

For more info about the  event! Stay tuned for more updates http://campustour.rootcon.net/
I started blogging around 2011 at #Ubuntupirates, #ProjectX and #pir8geek, I’m currently working as Network/Linux SysAdmin.

I’m a Linux,opensource advocate and interested in network security and InfoSec.

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