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Pentesting network vulnerabilities and web applications

This is an introductory class covering many aspects of network and web based security. We will look at many common problems and misconfiguration issues in our lab environment. Users will get their hands on pentesting tools and learn how to secure their websites and computer networks.

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  • Kenneth R. Walling Jr., C.

    Brutal - Penetrating - enlightening in a ver non-spiritual way

    December 15, 2012

  • M4rk S.

    Please note the date has been pushed back a week due to unforeseen circumstances, if you are available the date is now the 14th of December.

    December 6, 2012

  • M4rk S.

    So far we have 3 VM's spun up on the server. Backtrack 5 R3, OWASP Broken Web Apps and Metasploitable. Looking to get some other setup Windows XP SP2 unpatched and the NIST copy of XP SP3 fully patched, perhaps some older vulnerable CMS servers IE Wordpress, PHPNuke etc. Then I will be looking at things like common misconfigurations, default passwords, backdoored devices, and SNMP attacks (Pubic RW strings etc).

    October 26, 2012

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