• LETHAL Security Training - Web Hacking Basic/Advanced Course May 14/15 @ ISSA

    Hampton Inn & Suites Irvine-Orange County Airport

    *Please Note: Training is not part of the free General Body meetups. We are often asked by members if we can provide hands-on training courses. Therefore, we spun up LETHAL Security to provide a cheap alternative solution. This posting is just an awareness post, to check out more details on the classes or register, you have to go to: http://securepla.net/training/. Hey Hackers, Every want to learn how to bug bounty or hack web applications? Come to the world famous two day Web Hacking Basic/Advanced Course hosted by LETHAL Security on May 14/15 at the ISSA LA Summit in Santa Monica! This training course was custom developed to put you right into the action and simulate real world web attacks. On day one of the course, you'll be hired to perform a penetration test against a BitCon Exchange. You'll go through the Hacker Playbook methodology to perform both basic and advanced attacks. On day two of the course, you'll focus on newer attacks and frameworks. In recent years, we have seen a number of new languages and frameworks such as NodeJS/Express. With these new technologies come both old and new vulnerabilities. You'll be tasked to attack a Node Chat Application and understand why you can't use generic attacks against these new frameworks. This isn't your average web app course! We built the labs around what we are seeing as penetration testers and bug bounty hunters. Date/Time: -May 14 - 15, 2019. -Class: 9AM - 5PM To Register: -https://summit.issala.org/training/ Course Objectives: Perform and understand both common and advanced web attacks Learn how bug bounty hunters perform quick and effective reconnaissance Manually attack applications with and without the use of tools Fuzz inputs for potential injection points Find critical vulnerabilities in applications Understand vulnerabilities in newer languages/frameworks such as NodeJS and Express Training Syllabus Day 1 - Primer -Recon/Spidering -Attacking XSS, Polyglots, and Blind XSS -Cross-Site Request Forgery -Integer Underflows -Insecure Direct Object Reference -Local File Inclusions and Server Side Request Forgery -Manual SQL Injections -Remote Code Execute with Images Day 2 - Advanced Attacks -XML eXternal Entities (XXE) and OOB -DOM XSS -Deserialization Attacks -NoSQL -Template Injection -Node.JS Attacks -Cloud Issues -API Attacks and Vulnerabilities Upon Completion of this training, attendees will know: -How to perform a web application penetration test -How to use proxy tools such as Burp Suite -How to manually identify vulnerabilities -How to become a bug bounty hunter -How to protect your own web applications from attackers To Register: -https://summit.issala.org/training/

  • LETHAL - General Body Monthly Meetup (March 24)

    Coastline Newport Beach Center

    Hey Hackers, This is just a placeholder for our March 24, 2019 General Body Meetup. I'm still looking for speakers at this time, so if you want to present, let me know. If you are interested in speaking or have a topic you would like discuss, email me at peter <@> lethalsecurity.com. As you know LETHAL Meetup is completely free and open to everyone (if you make it on the RSVP list :D ). To keep it free and keep LETHAL going strong, we live on your donations. If you are in a giving mood, please donate to LETHAL at: https://paypal.me/lethalsecurity. All money goes to buying pizza/snacks/drinks, hosting our yearly CTF, allowing us to have discounted t-shirts, and more! -Peter ==========Current Speaker List============ Topic: Exploring Radio Frequency Speaker: Patrick Mulvey Description: Using Software-Defined-Radio and a cheap $25 dongle, you can explore various radio frequencies and their insecurities. Topic: Cracking WPA/WPA2 with PMKID the new Hotness Speaker: Chase Description: Are you tired of having to run deauth attacks every time you want to crack some Wifi passwords? Want to learn how to capture and brute force WPA/WPA2 WiFi PSK's to empress your friends and family? Tired of trying to capture that magic 4 way handshake? What if I told you there is a new better way? WPA/WPA2 cracking is nothing new, but this new attack make it easier. NO more clients needed. No more waiting for a complete 4-way handshake. No more lost EAPOL Frames. Topic: Web Recon Speaker: Peter Description: A last minute add, I'll talk about how I perform smart recon to find targets for pentests/bug bounties. *If you are interested in speaking, please reach out and let me know. ==========Note============ Parking in the school's lot is free. Need to step up your hacking game? Don't forget to pick up a copy of the best selling hacking book "The Hacker Playbook 3: Practical Guide To Penetration Testing" on Amazon Today - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1980901759/.

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  • LETHAL - Monthly Meetup (Jan 27)

    Coastline Newport Beach Center

    Hey Hackers, Wowowowowowow... do we have a surprise for LETHAL... For our next General Body Meetup (January 27th), we have the one and only... Steve Gibson!!! You may best know him from the podcast "Security Now!", which definitely helped shaped my security career. Special thanks to Joe McLaughlin for tracking Steve down and getting him to speak to us! Due to the large waitlist for this event, we will be checking RSVPs at the door, so please make sure you are verified confirmed (not on the waitlist) prior to showing up. If you are on the waitlist, I'll slowly be pushing people through over the next couple weeks. As you know LETHAL Meetup is completely free and open to everyone (if you make it on the RSVP list :D ). To keep it free and keep LETHAL going strong, we live on your donations. If you are in a giving mood, please donate to LETHAL at: https://paypal.me/lethalsecurity . All money goes to buying pizza/snacks/drinks, hosting our yearly CTF, allowing us to have discounted t-shirts, and more! -Peter ==========Current Speaker List============ Topic: SQRL - Secure Quick Reliable Login Speaker: Steve Gibson Description: Steve will demonstrate, describe, discuss and defend SQRL, a new open authentication system. SQRL provides secure pseudonymous identity online. It has many properties that make it significantly superior to usernames, passwords and all other forms of identity establishment. Rather than another second "factor" for identity, SQRL provides a secure single factor. It can peacefully coexist alongside usernames and passwords, Oauth, FIDO, TOTP tokens, or any other system. But it is truly superior to them all and it is hoped that it might eventually replace everything else. SQRL's design is 100% open, free, unencumbered by any intellectual property rights, and it is ready for the world. Bio: In 1970, Steve Gibson began coding assembly language on a 12-bit DEC PDP-8 minicomputer. Computers have changed a lot since then, but Steve still prefers assembly language. Before software came along he worked with hardware. While majoring in EECS (Electrical Engineering & Computer Science) at Berkeley, he was often asked: "Are you hardware or software." Steve's first entrepreneurial venture was the creation of a high-speed high-precision Light Pen for the Apple II computer. Atari wanted the light pen, so they bought the company. Steve then switched to the IBM PC and wrote "FlickerFree", a replacement of IBM's BIOS video driver, and then SpinRite to non-destructively optimize hard drive sector interleaving. For eight years during that time, he wrote InfoWorld Magazine's weekly "TechTalk" column. Then the Internet happened. So Steve created "ShieldsUP!" a free online service to allow users to check their machines for open ports. 13 years ago, Leo Laporte asked Steve if he would consider producing a weekly Podcast on the topic of security. Steve named it "Security Now!" and 13 years later that podcast has roughly 250,000 weekly listeners. Five years ago, the core concept for SQRL occurred to him during breakfast... and he's here to show us the result of five years of work. *If you are interested in speaking at future LETHAL events, please reach out and let me know. ==========Note============ Parking in the school's lot is free. Need to step up your hacking game? Don't forget to pick up a copy of the best selling hacking book "The Hacker Playbook 3: Practical Guide To Penetration Testing" on Amazon Today - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1980901759/.

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  • LETHAL - Monthly Meetup (October 28)

    Coastline Newport Beach Center

    Hey Hackers, We will be having the General Body Meetup on October 28th. I'm still looking for speakers at this time, so if you want to present, let me know. If you are interested in speaking or have a topic you would like discuss, email me at peter <@> lethalsecurity.com. As you know LETHAL Meetup is completely free and open to everyone (if you make it on the RSVP list :D ). To keep it free and keep LETHAL going strong, we live on your donations. If you are in a giving mood, please donate to LETHAL at: https://paypal.me/lethalsecurity. All money goes to buying pizza/snacks/drinks, hosting our yearly CTF, allowing us to have discounted t-shirts, and more! -Peter ==========Current Speaker List============ Topic: AWS Identity Access Management (IAM) and Lambda Services Speaker: Mary (linux_girl) Description: Recently there have been many AWS S3 buckets data breaches. Mary wanted to know if the data in the cloud is safe, so she decided to study for the AWS Certified Solution Architect Associate certification exam. In this talk, she will talk about AWS Shared Responsibility Model. In addition, she will discuss different features of the Identity Access Management (IAM) service. It is an important service of the AWS secure global infrastructure. A live demo of the IAM service will be demonstrated via the AWS management console. The AWS logging and auditing services like AWS CloudTrail and CloudWatch will also be discussed. Lastly, she will talk about her favorite AWS service – Lambda. Lambda is a serverless compute service. Topic: Constructive Game-Hacking Speaker: Chris Richardson Description: A discussion on positive forms of game hacking and how to apply it to enhance, better or revive games rather than cheat or disrupt game-play. This talk will cover two projects I've personally created and used methods related to game-hacking to create and how it improved these games. As well as how the two projects work and a step-by-step on their creation from a high level overview. The two games these projects cover are Halo 2 Vista and Turok 4: Evolution for PC. Topic: Droppers/Malware Speaker: Tom Description: Writing custom droppers and malware to evade host/network based protection. *If you are interested in speaking, please reach out and let me know. ==========Note============ Parking in the school's lot is free. Need to step up your hacking game? Don't forget to pick up a copy of the best selling hacking book "The Hacker Playbook 3: Practical Guide To Penetration Testing" on Amazon Today - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1980901759/.

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  • LETHAL - Monthly Meetup (August 26)

    Coastline Newport Beach Center

    Hey Hackers, We will be having the post DefCon LETHAL General Body Meetup on August 26th. I'm still looking for speakers at this time, so if you want to present, let me know. I would love to also have someone do a post DefCon brief (I usually do it every year but I think I'm missing this one), so if you're interested let me know as well. If you are interested in speaking or have a topic you would like discuss, email me at peter <@> lethalsecurity.com. As you know LETHAL Meetup is completely free and open to everyone (if you make it on the RSVP list :D ). To keep it free and keep LETHAL going strong, we live on your donations. If you are in a giving mood, please donate to LETHAL at: https://paypal.me/lethalsecurity. All money goes to buying pizza/snacks/drinks, hosting our yearly CTF, allowing us to have discounted t-shirts, and more! -Peter ==========Current Speaker List============ This month's PIZZA Sponsor is... Zymo (https://www.zymoresearch.com/)! Thanks ZYMO! Topic: Hiding in Code Caves Speaker: Tom Description: This presentation will cover how to hide your malware in plain sight. More to come... Topic: Challenge Coin Crypto: Crypto 101 Speaker: Kyle (Tuesday) Description: Join us as we discuss breaking the IVU challenge coin crypto and some basics of cryptography and cryptanalysis. We will briefly discuss some basics about crypto, a little history of crypto, concepts of crypto, and basics of cryptanalysis. The concepts discussed during this talk will aid with decrypting “hand-breakable crypto”. Prior to coming to this talk, see if you can break this crypto string: 4/3/9/6/8|9\2\6|8\8\6/5|3|3|7\2\7/3|2/7|3|8\9/6/8|6\8|7/8\2\5/7/6/4|4/3\3|4/8\3/7|6/6\9/6/8|7|7/3|5/3/ Topic: Using Burp for More Effective Webscraping Speaker: Michael Description: The title says it all! :D *If you are interested in speaking, please reach out and let me know. ==========Note============ Parking in the school's lot is free. Need to step up your hacking game? Don't forget to pick up a copy of the best selling hacking book "The Hacker Playbook 3: Practical Guide To Penetration Testing" on Amazon Today - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1980901759/.

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  • [Training] Web Exploitation Training Course - Intro to Web Application Hacking

    *Note: This course is not part of the FREE general body meetup and is a paid training class. To register for the class, you don't need to RSVP to this meetup, just pay for the class through the registration links at the bottom. To be confirmed for the training, you should get an Eventbrite ticket email. This page is just for your information on how to register. Hey Hackers, After many months of waiting and a multitude of requests, we have our Intro to Web Application Hacking Course. In this training class, you'll attack a custom BitCoin Exchange with the common and even advanced vulnerabilities. This isn't your average web app course! We built the labs around what we are seeing as penetration testers and bug bounty hunters. This will be a limited class size of 20 members to keep it small, hands on, and all about you! I’ve rented out a small warehouse that will be fully network connected and equipped for the class. All you’ll have to do is bring your laptop! Intro to Web Application Hacking Course - Web App Testing (June 30th) - $200 Whose This Class For: -Those that might have had a little experience or those that want to get into Web Penetration Testing. -Those that have played with Web Proxies manipulating traffic and want more -Those that want to get into Bug Bounties and make $$$ Real World Web Application Penetration Testing Course: -One Day Course on Real World Web Penetration Test and Bug Hunting -Recon/Spidering -Attacking XSS, Polygots, and Blind XSS -Cross-Site Request Forgery -Integer Underflows -Insecure Direct Object Reference -Local File Inclusions and Server Side Request Forgery -Manual SQL Injections -Remote Code Execute with Images -Advanced Attacks: XML eXternal Entities (XXE) -Advanced Attacks: Deserialization Attacks -Cloud Issues Costs ($200) To keep up with the costs of renting out the warehouse and lunch, each day will be set at a flat $200. Each class will include: -Lab Material -Custom VMs -Classes from 9am - 5pm -Lunch Students will be required to provide their own computer with the following specifications: -Laptop with administrator access -Laptop with wireless/network connection -Laptop capable of running two virtual machines simultaneously using either VMware Workstation or Player or Fusion (for OS X) -Laptop with 30GB of free disk space Registration: To register for the WEB APP (June 30) Course please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lethal-security-training-intro-to-web-application-hacking-101-tickets-41686831435 Seats are limited, so hurry! :D -Peter

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  • LETHAL - Monthly Meetup (June 24)

    Coastline Newport Beach Center

    Hey Hackers, It is finally here!!! With the arrival of The Hacker Playbook 3: Red Team Edition book, I thought it'd be good to have a very special LETHAL event. For this General Body Meetup, we will be going over parts of the book and discuss how to successfully perform Red Team campaigns. So, pick up a copy on Amazon today (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1980901759) and bring it with you to get the book signed! We are also still looking for an additional couple speakers. If you are interested in speaking or have a topic you would like discuss, email me at peter <@> lethalsecurity.com. We need your continued support to keep LETHAL going strong! -Peter ==========Current Speaker List============ Topic: The Hacker Playbook 3 Speaker: Peter Description: A technical presentation of all things Red Team. Topic: Http2 and You Speaker: Brett Gravois Description: Although not commonly known, HTTP2 was first published in May 2015 as an update to HTTP 1.1. By the end of that year, the majority of major browsers added HTTP2 support and it is now being utilized all across the Internet. Sites such as Google, Twitter, Facebook, and perhaps even your company’s site have HTTP2 enabled. If so, you probably do not realize you are using it. In fact, many Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) are not keeping pace with HTTP2 security needs and common AppSec testing tools such Burp, Zap, and other DAST products don’t support HTTP2. This talk will discuss the details of the presenter’s discovery process in identifying how many site hosts are utilizing HTTP2, and a sample of common vulnerabilities which were found on these sites. Attendees will come away with having a better understanding of the security implications of HTTP2 and how you can detect these potential pitfalls on your network using freely available tools. Topic: Open Source Facial Recognition and Mass Surveillance Speaker: Ian O'Neill Description: Facial recognition and biometric data systems are being integrated worldwide on a massive scale. While these existing systems are only operated by a relative few, the technologies which form these systems are widely available, and even open-source. Utilizing machine learning, facial recognition, data crawling, and modern database management, this same style of surveillance system can be integrated by practically anyone. *If you are interested in speaking, please reach out and let me know. ==========Note============ Parking in the school's lot is free.

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  • LETHAL - Monthly Meetup (Feb 25)

    Location visible to members

    Hey Hackers, This is a place holder for our next LETHAL General Body Meetup. We are in need of some more speakers, so if anyone is interested in talking or has a topic they would like discuss, email me at peter <@> lethalsecurity.com. This is just a placeholder until we get some speakers on the list. We need your continued support to keep LETHAL going strong! -Peter ==========Current Speaker List============ Topic: Writing a Keylogger and Evading AV Speaker: Tom Description: With almost no knowledge of C coding prior to starting this project, come join me on my journey on writing a keylogger. Topic: Making of the LETHAL Badge Speaker: Mario Description: This talk will go over how the electronic LETHAL badge was created for the CTF. This will cover design, components, and all the hidden features that Mario put in. Topics: NIST SP[masked] Rev.4 Security Controls Speaker: Mary Description: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) SP[masked] provides guidance for security controls for federal information systems. Revision 4 is the most comprehensive update. This revision addresses the more sophisticated threat landscape. The new security controls address Advanced Persistence Threats (APT), insider threats and system assurance. The presenter will discuss the updated SP[masked] revision 4 security controls. She will also share her personal stories from a software engineer’s perspective and also more recently, an information assurance engineer’s perspective. *If you want to speak at LETHAL, please let me know! We need both beginner and advanced speakers! :D ==========Note============ Parking in the school's lot is free. =========Current Speaker List========= Donations/Sponsors The Hacker Playbook 2 The number #1 selling Amazon book on Software Testing. What to up your penetration testing game? Grab The Hacker Playbook 2! (http://www.amazon.com/dp/1512214566/) http://www.amazon.com/dp/1512214566/ Hackers Asking For Help! Booking these rooms do cost quite a lot of money. Any donations to keep this group going will help out tremendously. These donations will go straight back into our community. You can click the link below to donate via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=ZT2SQMA4XR7XG *If everyone can donate[masked] bucks, that would help out tremendously for the room reservation/food.

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  • LETHAL Web Application Hacking 2-Day Training @ OWASP AppSec

    Annenberg Community Beach House

    *To signup and register for the training, please go to: https://2018.appseccalifornia.org/index.php/training/ Hey Hackers, If anyone is interested, I'm running my newly updated 2-day Web Application Hacking course at AppSec California 2018 in Santa Monica, CA. Due to the popular demand of the course and request for extended content, I've added a ton of new content focusing on Node.JS (more info below). This is on Jan 28/29 of 2018 and class size is limited. Course Abstract: On day one of this training class, you'll attack a custom BitCoin Exchange with the common and even advanced vulnerabilities. On day two, you'll take a look at vulnerabilities that are found in newer web languages like the ever popular NodeJS. This isn't your average web app course! We built the labs around what we are seeing as penetration testers and bug bounty hunters. Who's This Class For: - Those that might have had a little experience or those that want to get into Web Penetration Testing. - Those that have played with Web Proxies manipulating traffic and want more - Those that want to get into Bug Bounties and make $$$ Real World Web Application Penetration Testing Course: - Two Day Course on Real World Web Penetration Test and Bug Hunting Day 1: - Recon/Spidering - Attacking XSS, Polygots, and Blind XSS - Cross-Site Request Forgery - Integer Underflows - Insecure Direct Object Reference - Local File Inclusions and Server Side Request Forgery - Manual SQL Injections - Remote Code Execute with Images Day 2: - Advanced Attacks: XML eXternal Entities (XXE) and OOB-XXE - Advanced Attacks: Deserialization Attacks - Advanced Attacks: NodeJS Vulnerabilities - Advanced Attacks: DOM XSS - Advanced Attacks: NoSQLi - Advanced Attacks: NodeJS Template Injection - Advanced Attacks: NodeJS Deserialization - General Cloud Issues If you're interested in signing up, there are limited seats, so hurry! More information found here: https://2018.appseccalifornia.org/index.php/training/

  • LETHAL Annual Raffle Contest

    This is not a meetup event, but only for Raffle information.

    *LIMITED TIME OFFER: Any tickets sold prior to Jan 1st will get the Buy One Ticket, Get One Free Deal! Two tickets for the price of one! Remember that we will probably only sell a small number of tickets, so your chances of winning are pretty decent. This will only be open for LETHAL members. **Please note, buying a raffle ticket has nothing to do with the CTF event. Although the raffle will happen at the CTF, this is only for a Raffle Ticket. Thank you! Raffle Tickets Every year LETHAL hosts a fundraiser raffle with some of the most amazing prizes! This year is even better! We still have more prizes coming in, but here's our current growing list of things you can win: -Grand Prize from OffSec - (Two Prizes) Offensive Security - Pentesting With Kali Courses with 30 day labs and the OSCP Exam ( http://bit.ly/1zfFpZW ; $1500 Value Total) -2 x One YEAR Online Training to Pentester Labs ( https://pentesterlab.com/ ; $240 Value) -Four 3 month and Eight 1 month Online Training to Pentester Labs ( https://pentesterlab.com/ ) -2 x Bash Bunnies ( https://hakshop.com/products/bash-bunny) from Brakeing Down Security Podcast - $200 Value Total -NoStarch Swag Pack from NoStarch Publishing - Includes Books, ebook vouchers, and other stuff - $100+ Value Total -1 Bash Bunny, 1 Lan Turtle, 1 Pineapple Nan - Hak5 ( https://www.hak5.org ) -Ubertooth One ( https://greatscottgadgets.com/ubertoothone/) from LETHAL Security - $115 Value -LETHAL Badge (2) - LETHAL Security -Yard Stick One (http://hackerwarehouse.com/product/yard-stick-one-and-antenna/) from LETHAL Security - $125 Value -LETHAL Security T-Shirts: $25 Value -Prize list will continue to grow, so check back here often!!! The best part of all this... All proceeds from the Raffle go straight back into LETHAL to host cool events, like CTFs and buying equipment for a LETHAL lab. How to Buy a Raffle Ticket Any tickets sold prior to Jan 1st 2018, will be a buy one get one free deal! This will double your chances for a great prize. If you do pre-register, you'll automatically get ONE ticket. The cost of purchasing a Raffle ticket is ONLY $20 and you can buy one here: https://www.paypal.me/lethalsecurity/20 Once you purchase a ticket, you'll receive an email conformation. That's it! You do not need to be present to win, but you will have to pick up your prize when you do win! When is the Raffle Going to Happen: The Raffle will happen on Jan 21, 2018 at the CTF event. You do not have to be present to win, but you will need to pick it up from our warehouse if you do not attend the CTF. =================================================== Sponsors Offensive Security ( https://www.offensive-security.com/information-security-certifications/oscp-offensive-security-certified-professional/) Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) is the certification for Penetration Testing with Kali Linux, the world's first hands-on InfoSec certification. Pentester Labs( https://pentesterlab.com/ ) PentesterLab is an online service to learn hands-on web security. We have been teaching web security for years and put together well thought-out exercises to get you from zero to hero. Our exercises cover everything from really basic bugs to advanced vulnerabilities. You will have fun and we will help you in your learning! 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Most notable for their ease of use, devices like the Rubber Ducky, WiFi Pineapple and Bash Bunny stay true to our design philosophy – make it do the thing. From wireless auditing to clandestine remote access and physical access mayhem, Hak5 Gear have you covered. It’s no surprise they’ve been featured by the likes of Mr Robot, Silicon Valley and Jason Bourne. Protiviti ( https://protiviti.com/infosecjobs ) Protiviti is a global consulting firm with a strong focus on helping clients solve information security and privacy challenges. We offer the full suite of security services offerings, from strategy to pen testing to incident response. We are actively looking to grow our team locally and across the country across all skill levels. TekSystems ( http://teksystems.com ) TEKsystems is an Allegis Group company, the largest private talent management firm in the world. 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One of the keys to Zymo’s success in the past 22 years has been their ability to listen to their customers and react quickly. Their tagline “The Beauty of Science is to Make Things Simple” is a mantra that is reflected in every one of their products. From epigenetics to RNA/DNA isolation, each product is designed to be both simple in use and robust in its performance.