Workshop by Ankit Fadia on Ethical Hacking on 1st October

The ‘Baap of all Indian Hackers’ – Ankit Fadia will be conducting a workshop on Ethical Hacking here in our Kochi. He will be conducting a one day workshop on 1st October at Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT). The aim of this workshop is to lay a strong underpinning for the technical development of our country by developing an active interest among youth in new technologies such as Ethical Hacking and Information Security. This could turn out to be a great opportunity for Kochiites to meet Ankit Fadia and to enlighten and update them with new technologies and information. Hurry up, only limited seats are available so register yourself a.s.a.p at:

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The entry fees is Rs 1300/- per head.

Venue: CUSAT, South Kalamassery, Kochi.

Date: 1st October.

By pringlers

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  1. Ankit Fadia is like many charlatans who gets published in one article and rides the wave of not only poor journalism but also his own hype. For years, he has been quoted in low end online publications in India (his home country). Each time he is referenced as an ‘expert’ despite having no skills or accomplishments other than being quoted in these articles. No matter how bright this kid is, how much of a “prodigy” he supposedly is, he simply cannot be considered an “expert” in security. No teenager has worldly experience that would qualify them as “knowledgeable” about an industry, let alone “expert”. He certainly isn’t worth the $15,001 – $25,000 fee per speaking engagement, peddling ten year old Windows novelty tricks called “hacks”. To make matters worse, Fadia’s FUD-based statements about “computer security” and “terrorism” are simply fear mongering to increase his visibility.

    Fadia’s resume and biography used to land him speaking engagements contains proven lies. The book that made him well known is a collection of poorly summarized tricks taken from public sources, with over 130 pages plagiarized. At least one subsequent book is also heavily plagiarized. Fadia has spent his entire career talking about hacking and security, but has not performed penetration testing, has not secured networks and only offered pedestrian “hacking” training re-branded as a certification bearing his own name.

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