I enjoyed the workshop, Enyel did a good job with the presentation and the exercises. I thought the part on understanding legal implications and keeping yourself legally safe was quite important. We could have skipped the portion on what a penetration tester does and the project scope, reporting etc.
I think a follow up class with tougher and more open exercises would be helpful in internalizing the information.
I did meet very knowledgeable people, and hopefully we can get the study group going to continue what we've learnt here.
1 · May 20
Loved this session. I think it could have moved a bit faster with some more hands on work. Definitely worth the $95 though.
1 · May 19
Very good session. Personally, I would have preferred less introductory material. I think most of the class didn't need the business-side details of penetration testing. In particular, the report-format suggestions probably didn't apply for too many people. Since time was short, perhaps this section could be dropped. In general, less overview-time, more hands-on-time, would be my preference.
The class included folks with a variety of IP-networking experience levels. Perhaps some pre-class, introductory materials would have been helpful, to avoid spending time on things like ARP, DNS, and IP routing during the class.
But these are small quibbles - overall the session was very good. The attack tools and targets were explained well and very easy to use.
1 · May 19
Running a little bit late. Sorry!
0 · May 19
I don't know what b-sides is, but I will find out soon. Also Sunday would work for me as far as I can tell.
0 · April 18
For Folks who went to this last time, I have a mac -- anything I should download or read/research ahead of time? I'm a total newb.
0 · April 17
Is there a way to set a notification so I know right when registration opens?
0 · April 16
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