Rahul Binjve

Principal Threat Researcher

Rahul Binjve

Talk Title

A Hacker Walks into a Co-working Space

Abstract:

Co-working spaces have become very popular in recent times as they provide valuable service to new entrepreneurs. But, as is the case in real world, security takes a backseat over convenience. Being a part of a budding startup, I have spent past few months analyzing and exploring the state of security in various co-working spaces. In this talk, I plan to share my findings related to (in) security of co-working spaces and how I could have accessed data of various startups. I will be sharing how I could have taken over various systems such as unpatched network devices, visitor/entry management systems, surveillance cameras, databases, desktops and source code belonging to various startups present in the co-working spaces. This talk is a case study of assessing the state of security of the co-working spaces.

Bio:

Rahul (c0dist) currently works as Principal Threat Researcher in a threat intelligence firm, with keen interest in information security, automation, human behavior and everything else related to computers. He has specialization in Python/Bash automation for various tasks such as pen-testing, IOCs/OSINT collection, honeypots deployment, web scraping, threat intelligence collection and APIs integration. Rahul has previously interned with The Honeynet Project under the Google's Summer of Code program. He has co-authored / contributed to multiple open-source security projects like SHIVA spam honeypot, Detux Linux sandbox, Android Tamer, HoneySpot, etc.Last year, Rahul presented and taken workshop in c0c0n X and BSides Delhi. In his free time, Rahul like to play CTF (Top 30 finalist in Nullcon's HackIM CTF), find flaws in things (CVE-2016- 8856 Foxit Reader LPE) and go on long solo trips on his KTM Duke.

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