Monday, 5 December 2016

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It’s hard to believe that the "Hacker's Day Conference" is just around the corner — in only a few days to be exact! The whole team in Lucknow getting ready and seriously, this is going to be a fantastic event.
Now we'll be sharing an exclusive interview with one of our Geek Speaker, speaking at "Hacker's Day Conference". Today, we're featuring "Ajay Kumar" .

Q.  Please tell us about yourself ?

Ajay kumar : I am Ajay kumar , Anonymity and privacy researcher ,Deep web enthusiast and an Independent security researcher. I currently perusing my final year engineering in Bangalore.  I believe in quality of work no matter on which field you are ,author of "The Bull Project " completely written in python which is used to crawl the deep web sites (tor) designed for deep web researchers 

Q. Things which you love and hate in the cyber security industry ?

Ajay kumar :  The Things i love in cyber security is the dedication of independent security researchers who are working sleepless nights to secure cyberspace and the patience of lovable bug hunters who carrying out thier work even though the companies keep on telling your work is duplicate. The things i hate in cyber world are many , which includes the organizations which are fooling innocent users by making fancy interfaces and taking out their digital freedom

Q. Awards, Presentations all over the world, Publications etc,  is Information Security your profession or your passion?

Ajay kumar : Offcourse , Infosec is my passion and i want it as my profession too .. who dont want thier passion to pay for beer and bread ??

Q. Can you give us any hints about your topic ?
 
Ajay kumar :  Well , In the presentation one can expect ,what actually deep web is and i will try to clear all the misconceptions heard about the deep web security measures one need to follow while accessing deep web and if the situation permits i will try to share my trick to compromise .onion sites 
   
Q. In what way Hackers Day 2017 help attendees ?
 
Ajay kumar : Its an awesome work done by the fellow members to share info among the infosec guys,  All the best for HACKERS DAY

Q. What would you like to say about Nitin Pandey for his initiative Hackers Day ?
 
Ajay kumar : I really want to appreciate his dedication towards hackers day which unite sec researchers all over the world at one place hoping to see lot from him  

Q. Any comments or suggestion for The Hacker Samachar ?
 
Ajay kumar : Hacker samachar doing great , keep up the good work  Cheers :)

1 comment:

  1. To a newbie just discovering the deep web and the hidden wiki (which isn’t all that “hidden”) it does at first glance seem to contain some possibly dark links. However, a deeper investigation into these alleged hearts of darkness rumored to contain real illegal drugs and weapons smuggling, pedophilia, torture, murder, hitmen for hire, cannibalism, human trafficing, satanic cults, and government files on stuff like UFOs/aliens/area51/illuminati conspiracies, are at long last revealed to be mostly FBI STING operations, scammers, or hoaxes. Most of the really dark and maddening material does not exist at all except on Redit, Creepypasta and YouTube (we all know just how unreliable those sources can be). As for the rest though, other than a bunch of down and broken links with weird names, there is absolutely no proof or validity to any of these ridiculous claims about ” dark web”. And as for TOR, don’t be lured into a false sense of security just because it uses a flashy word such as “anonymity”. The deep web is plastered with multiple legal warnings clearly stating that any and all traffic and activities on the deep web are monitored and traced 24/7 by FBI and other government agencies. Even other online apps you utilize are monitored once you download TOR, so it is just the opposite of anonymity, it opens you up to constant scrutiny by the government. As for drug and weapon sites on the deep web, they have all been busted and site owners arrested and then reopened later under slightly different names and are yet to be shut down even with the FBI’s prying eyes meaning those sites are probably nothing more than STING operations setup to catch petty criminals who think they are safe because they’re drug heads who can’t think properly because they’re so fried already. Others are just naive idiots who want to see some sick garbage or purchase something illegal and don’t think they can be busted because it hasn’t happened yet and because TOR promised anonymity regardless of the fact it was the government who created the entire thing to begin with. So yeah, been there, explored, and came to the conclusion that it is all BS people. My advice is don’t be so naive to believe everything you see, hear, or read on the internet people.
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