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Cybercrime expert to educate MSU engineers on "Gen Next Terror"

Date: September 23, 2008

"Hacking is my passion", says 20-year-old cyber-crime expert, Sunny Vaghela, who has been helping the Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) and Ahmedabad Crime Branch ever since the Ahmedabad serial blasts and the ensuing threat e-mails sent to various organisations. Now, he is taking hacking and issues of cyber security to new heights by educating young MSU engineers from the Faculty of Technology and Engineering in Vadodara.

In a talk titled 'Gen Next Terror', Vaghela plans to address at least 30 colleges across the state, educating students about the ways in which many terrorists in the recent times have been using SMSes and emails as a weapon to spread fear.

He added: "As most of the internet service providers do not maintain a real time log of the events in form of emails and message exchanges, terrorists find it very easy to penetrate the networks and leave the same without a trace."
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