Have you heard about USB Rubber Ducky? Well, that's not a cheap piece of hardware. A USB Rubber Ducky costs around $40 but we'll be covering how to create one yourself using a cheap $1 microcontroller!
We'll be having a session on how you can develop a TERMINATOR.....
Well nope, in the AI session we'll be covering how one can kickstart their journey in Artificial Intelligence. We hope that you have a coding background and you have a knowledge of programming in Python.
NOTE: As this event will be covering various practical sessions, we expect you to be a Linux user with some tools software like VirtualBox, Nmap, Metasploit installed, Attendees need to have Kali Linux installed.
Hey attendees, note that DC9111 is a free to all event, because we have limited resources and we require money to operate, we won't be able to select all the attendees.
In case we are supported financially by the sponsors , we'll make it sure to select more of the attendees.
We expect all of you to be there on the event! Fill up some piece of formalities in order to get yourself registered. You will receive an email soon.