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As this is a hands-on workshop, we can only accommodate a handful of participants. Participants will be selected based on their answers in the pre-registration form: https://forms.gle/bUjFU18h9nss4dBZ7
Selected participants will be notified 3 days before the workshop. If you do not receive any notification that you are successfully registered, and you turn up anyway, we will turn you away at the workshop venue.
This is part of a 4-part workshop
(1) Basics of Buffer Overflow (9 Nov)
(2) SEH Overflow (23 Nov)
(3) Custom Shellcoding (14 Dec)
(4) Custom Shellcoding (Advanced) (28 Dec)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Wannabe reverse engineers
- Cybersecurity enthusiasts
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN
- Basics of x86 Architecture
- Immunity Debugger Basics
- Assembly Language (Basic Instructions)
- Creating Simple Shellcodes without the use of MSFvenom
- Laptop with 4GB of RAM
- VMware Workstation (MUST HAVE!)
- Kali Linux VMware Workstation VM
ARNOLD ANTHONY is currently working as a Senior Consultant at Deloitte and has 5+ years of experience in information security. He is a security enthusiast who believes in sharing knowledge. He enjoys reverse-engineering, pentesting, Incident Response, red/blue teaming and scripting. In his free-time he does bug-bounties and currently ranks among the top 230 researchers at Bugcrowd. He also holds the OSCP, OSCE and OSEE certifications.
MONIKA TALEKAR is currently working as a Consultant at Deloitte and has 4+ years of experience in information security. She is an active member of security communities like Null, Infosecgirls, Women in Security (WoSEC) and has conducted workshops for these communities. She has expertise in pentesting, network security and currently holds the OSCP and OSCE certifications. She was the former chapter lead of Infosecgirls Mumbai and believes in giving back to the community.
VENUE SPONSOR: ICE71 (https://ice71.sg/)
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