Exploit Development Event Blog

The Hackers Meetup
5 min readAug 7, 2023

Hellllllooooooo Guys!!! This is an event blog on the event of Exploit Development. Hope you will get better idea about the meetup organized by “The Hackers Meetup”.

People excited before the event started.

Title: The Art of Exploiting Logic Flaws: Unveiling Vulnerabilities


Welcome to our event blog, where we explore the intriguing world of logic flaws and their exploitation. Join cybersecurity expert Pavan Saxena as we delve into the concept of logic flaws, their impact, and techniques to prevent and exploit them.

Here is the content that was delivered:

1. Overview:

Logic flaws play a crucial role in system vulnerabilities. In this section, we highlight their significance in cybersecurity and their potential impact on system integrity.

2. What are Logic Flaws?

Understanding logic flaws is essential. We explain their nature, how they differ from other vulnerabilities, and how they arise from flawed design or implementation decisions.

3. Examples of Logic Flaws:

Real-world examples showcase the diverse range of logic flaws. We examine these instances to illustrate their manifestation and potential consequences.

4. Reasons to Look for Logic Flaws:

Proactively searching for logic flaws is vital. We outline the motivations for identifying and mitigating logic flaws to enhance system security.

5. Root Causes of Logic Flaws:

Exploring the common root causes of logic flaws, such as flawed business logic and poor system architecture, helps in preventing and addressing them effectively.

6. How to Exploit Logic Flaws:

Pavan Saxena shares insights into techniques used to exploit logic flaws. Understanding the attacker’s mindset and approach is essential to protect systems effectively.

7. Preventing Logic Flaws:

We discuss preventive measures and best practices to mitigate logic flaws, emphasizing secure coding, thorough testing, and regular vulnerability assessments.


Logic flaws pose significant challenges to system security. By understanding their nature, exploiting them to strengthen defences, and implementing preventive measures, we can enhance the security of our digital environments. Join us on this insightful journey as we unravel the art of exploiting logic flaws.

Students after they are satisfied with the content they were unable to understand:

Title: Identity and Access Management (IAM)


Welcome to this event blog on Identity and Access Management (IAM), featuring renowned speaker Arvind Thakor. In this overview, we will provide a concise summary of the key topics covered in this event.

Arvind Thakor will guide us through the essential concepts of IAM, including the CIA triad, which encompasses confidentiality, integrity, and availability in data security. He will also shed light on the Magic Quadrant for Access Management, helping us understand the leading solution providers in the IAM space.

The discussion will then move on to the common features found in IAM tools and solution providers, with Arvind emphasizing protocols such as multi-factor authentication (MFA), federation, life cycle management, and API integration. These features are vital for ensuring secure access to resources and protecting sensitive data.

Arvind Thakor will also explain the roles of Identity Providers (IDPs) and Service Providers (SPs) in IAM systems, highlighting their significance in managing user identities and enabling seamless access to various services.

Two prominent protocols, SAML 2.0 and OAuth 2.0, will be explored in detail by Arvind. He will provide insights into how SAML 2.0 facilitates secure single sign-on (SSO) and how OAuth 2.0 enables third-party applications to access protected resources.

Lastly, Arvind Thakor will share valuable guidance on how to learn about IAM and obtain certifications in this rapidly evolving field, ensuring that attendees have the resources and direction needed to enhance their skills and professional credibility.

Join us to attain enlightening event to gain a comprehensive understanding of such an exciting topic.

Title: CTF

CTF Players be like:


In our latest event, we invite you to join us on an exhilarating cybersecurity journey in the TryHackMe Capture the Flag (CTF) room. Prepare to test your skills, connect with like-minded individuals, and solve challenges in this immersive and hands-on experience.

1. The Networking Break: Before diving into the thrilling CTF room, take advantage of the networking break. This designated time allows participants to connect with others who share a passion for cybersecurity. Engage in conversations, exchange ideas, and build meaningful connections with peers in your field.

2. The TryHackMe CTF Room: After the networking break, we introduce the TryHackMe CTF room, a virtual environment designed to simulate real-world cybersecurity scenarios. This platform offers a safe and engaging space for participants to sharpen their hacking and problem-solving abilities.

3. Unleashing Your Cybersecurity Skills: With newfound connections, embark on an exciting journey within the CTF room. Prepare to test your skills and knowledge across various cybersecurity domains, such as web exploitation, network analysis, reverse engineering, and more. The challenges presented will push your abilities to their limits.

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Blog written by Devansh Patel: dp0x01 ☣️, LindekIn



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