From BruCON 2016
Metasploit for Penetration Testing by Georgia Weidman
The class will begin with the basics of using the Metasploit Framework. We will continue on following the penetration test methodology to use Metasploit to exploit vulnerable systems in a lab. Jumping off from basic concepts we will move into advanced topics such as writing your own Metasploit modules and creating sophisticated client side attacks with Metasploit and the Social Engineering Toolkit. This class is suitable for those with no background in Metasploit or penetration testing as well as penetration testers who want to add the Metasploit Framework to their arsenal.
Corelan Live! by Peter Van Eeckhoutte
The Corelan Live Bootcamp is a truly unique opportunity to learn both basic & advanced techniques from an experienced exploit developer. During this 2 day course, students will be able to learn all ins and outs about writing reliable exploits for the Win32 platform. The trainer will share his “notes from the field” and various tips & tricks to become more effective at writing exploits.
We believe it is important to explain the basics of buffer overflows and exploit writing, but this is not “your average” entry level course. In fact, this is one of the finest and most advanced courses you will find on Win32 stack based exploit development.
This hardcore hands-on course will provide students with solid understanding of current Win32 (stack based) exploitation techniques and memory protection bypass techniques. We make sure the course material is kept updated with current techniques, includes previously undocumented tricks and techniques, and details about research we performed ourselves. Combined with the way the course is built up, this will turn these 2 days into a truly unique experience.
During the course, we not only share techniques and mechanics, but we also want to make sure you understand why a given technique is used, why something works and why something doesn’t work.
Finally, we offer you post-training support as well. If you have taken the course and you still have questions, we will help.
Visual Analytics - Delivering Actionable Security Intelligence by Raffael Marty
This workshop takes the audience on a fascinating journey of data analytics and visualization. The students will learn how to process data (log files), visualize them through actionable graphs, and analyze security related data. Past training attendees included employees of various Nation's secret services, large security vendors, and security analysts from all over the world. All of them attended to learn how to deal with the flood of security related data in an efficient way. The in-depth technical content is backed up and emphasized by numerous hands-on exercises, some of them utilizing a private extension of the DAVIX live CD.
Hacking IPv6 Network by Fernando Gont
The IPv6 protocol suite was designed to accommodate the present and future growth of the Internet by providing a much larger address space than that of its IPv4 counterpart, and is expected to be the successor of the original IPv4 protocol suite. The imminent exhaustion of the IPv4 address space has resulted in the deployment of IPv6 in a number of production environments, with many other organizations planning to deploy IPv6 in the short or near term. Additionally, a number of activities such as the World IPv6 Day in 2011 and the upcoming World IPv6 Launch Day (scheduled for June 2012) have led to an improvement in the awareness about IPv6 and an increase in the number of IPv6 deployments.
There are a number of factors that make the IPv6 protocol suite interesting from a security standpoint. Firstly, being a new technology, technical personnel has much less confidence with the IPv6 protocols than with their IPv4 counterpart, and thus it is more likely that the security implications of the protocols be overlooked when the protocols are deployed. Secondly, IPv6 implementations are much less mature than their IPv4 counterparts, and thus it is very likely that a number of vulnerabilities will be discovered in them before their robustness matches that of the existing IPv4 implementations. Thirdly, security products such as firewalls and NIDS’s (Network Intrusion Detection Systems) usually have less support for the IPv6 protocols than for their IPv4 counterparts, either in terms of features or in terms of performance. Fourthly, the security implications of IPv6 transition/co-existence technologies on existing IPv4 networks are usually overlooked, potentially enabling attackers to leverage these technologies to circumvent IPv4 security measures in unexpected ways.
The imminent global deployment of IPv6 has created a global need for security professionals with expertise in the field of IPv6 security, such that the aforementioned security issues can be mitigated. While there exist a number of courses and trainings about IPv6 security, they either limit themselves to a high-level overview of IPv6 security, and/or fail to cover a number of key IPv6 technologies (such as transition/co-existence mechanisms) that are vital in all real IPv6 deployment scenarios.
Fernando Gont, a well-known IPv6 security researcher will deliver a comprehensive IPv6 hacking training covering real-world IPv6 attacks along with real-world mitigations, thus preparing the attendees for deploying the IPv6 protocols in a secure manner.
Location and dates
The courses will be given on 24 & 25 September in Ghent
The courses begin promptly at 09h00 and end at 17h00. Out of consideration for your instructor(s) and fellow students, please try to be seated and ready to go by 08h45.
Lunch is included in the training fee.