Once Upon A Time . . .

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SECURE TARGET was one of the first independent group of professional freelancers in field of IT security, founded 1996 in Islamic Republic of Iran, when even using Internet in the country was a dream!

The freelance group directed by its founder, Kaveh Mofidi and initially named ‘Iran Security Consulting Group’, the first and the last mission of those cybersecurity entrepreneurs was delivering the right and accurate knowledge of computer security towards having a safe and secure CyberSpace. That objective made the foundation to disclosing security vulnerabilities through intensive research and active discovery. The result was compiling numerous hands-on training courses on ethical hacking by the motto “Security through hacking”, from internet portal security, to system, application and network security and hacking essentials. This strategy was replaced later by a new approach as non-disclosure or traditional “Security through obscurity” policy when group found out knowledge could be easily end up in hands of malicious users.


Members with decades of experience in principles of computer security and as a rare collection of IT professionals who worked so hard and relied on constant learning to enhance the quality of service, finally departed from the group due to lack of financial support; the effect of a extremely depressed economy at the top of technological sanctions on Iran which forced IT industry into its struggling mode, particularly and severely “Security” as an IT luxury.

By Kaveh Mofidi

I find simple solutions for huge and complicated problems. I believe information security and computers in general are fun to deal with, but our problems are way bigger than securing information. The real deal is to find solution for unlimited clean energy, drinkable water, mitigate root cause of hunger, war, and injustice...We need to keep our planet livable, that is our real problem on the Earth! Contact me with any question or comment: kaveh@securetarget.net

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