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November 17-18


Sixth annual cybersecurity conference

ZeroNights – is an international conference, devoted to practical aspects of cybersecurity.


ZeroNights is a perfect place to discuss new attack methods and threats. It shows ways to attack and defend to its guests, and suggests unorthodox approach to cybersecurity problems solving.

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Synack is a new partner of ZeroNights

An excellent news for this Monday: Synack company has joined the pool of our partners, a security startup that has created a unique Crowd Security Intelligence platform that delivers continuous and scalable security testing for enterprises. The interest from the American company known for its unique solutions and innovative approach to information security technologies is the best testimony of how topical the themes are that we discuss at ZeroNights.

Synack is a security startup that has created a unique Crowd Security IntelligenceT platform that delivers continuous and scalable security testing for the enterprise. Synack offers the enterprise controlled access to a private group of security researchers to perform ongoing security testing at scale. To do this, Synack pairs vetted security researchers – the Synack Red Team (SRT) – with proprietary technology to create a powerful and proactive security solution that delivers vulnerability intelligence and exploitation discovery. The Synack subscription model ensures continuous coverage and fits nicely with enterprise procurement

Published 14/November/2016 | Category News

Kaspersky Lab at ZeroNights!

This year, Kaspersky Lab extends the range of its participation in the sixth ZeroNights information security conference. First of all, KL will present their main stand where the conference participants will be able to closer meet with the company and its operations related to preventing cyberthreats.

Secondly, the company presents an Alcobot, a robotized bartender made of industrial equipment. Anyone aged 18+ can search for vulnerabilities in the logics of the technological process or controller and create their own unique cocktail.

Moreover, KL will conduct The Hacker’s Game, a Jeopardy-based quiz. It will be conducted in 4 stages: three try-out games during the first day and the final game during the second. Teams of 1-3 members are welcome to take part in the game. 5 teams will participate in one game. The winner will get HackRF and a set of other valuable prizes and gifts.

Published 11/November/2016 | Category News

It’s ZeroNights, it’s hack o’clock!

The ZeroNights committee has completed the conference contest program. This year, out guests will have plenty of opportunities to prove themselves and get valuable prizes from our partners.


Firstly, there will be two smashing CTF (Capture The Flag) cyber battles at 2016 ZeroNights: Qiwi-Infosec CTF-2016 and BI.ZONE CTF. The tasks have been prepared be renowned information security teams.
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Published 11/November/2016 | Category News

A contest from Mail.Ru Group at ZeroNights 2016!

Mail.RuGroup will invite ZeroNights participants to try their hand in hacking the Internet of Things. The task has been developed with the direct involvement of our DIY community. You will learn all the details right at the stand (so that you have no chance to prepare in advance and make it a boring event). Two winners will take away IoT equipment sets. Go for it! You can also participate in an Internet security quiz to compete for gyroscooters.

Just a reminder: Alexander Leonov, an information security analyst at Mail.RuGroup, will give a speech on Enterprise Vulnerability Management in the DefensiveTrack section together with Ekaterina Pukhareva, a specialist at informational security department. See you at the conference!

Published 10/November/2016 | Category News

Results of HackQuest ZeroNights!

It’s high time to summarize the results of our HackQuest completed on November 7. We challenged our participants to crack tasks related to various practical security issues (reverse / binarypwn / webhacking / etc) and get rewarded. Winners will get invites and the ever-lasting place in the HallOfFame along with nice bonuses (already at the Conference).

This year’s HackQuest was quite unusual. Four tasks out of seven were prepared by the communities: R0 Crew (2 tasks), School CTF (SiBears, 1 task), and RuCTFE (1 task). It is worth noting that the HackQuest website was visited from ~ 3,000 unique IP addresses (during the week of tasks)!
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Published 9/November/2016 | Category News

Date and place


November 17-18


Moscow, Mira pr., 150, "Cosmos"

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