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Div0, the Singapore Cybersecurity Community https://www.div0.sg/ has asked WICCA to give our Offensive Security 101 training to Singapore's women in cybersecurity members. WICCA members are also welcome! The workshop will be on 2 days, 4 hours each day.
The goal of the Offensive Security 101 training is to introduce security-enthusiastic ladies to ethical hacking and penetration testing. We will cover the basics of hacking, including an introduction to infrastructure and web applications, offensive security tools, and common vulnerabilities such as the OWASP top 10.
The session will include plenty of hands-on exercises for attendees to get first-hand experience with how hackers commonly break into things. The target audience is beginners, preferably with some understanding of web application and coding.
Saturday and Sunday: 3-7pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9am-1pm
Who should attend
Anyone who is interested to learn how to get started in penetration testing.
Key learning objectives
- Understanding of web applications and organisational networks
- Overview of common weaknesses and how they can be exploited
- Understanding how to defend against these vulnerabilities
- Basic infrastructure and web application introduction
- Web application hacking
- Offensive Security tooling
- Privilege escalation and lateral movement
- Kernel exploits
- Binary exploitation 101
- Hands-on exercises
What attendees need
- Kali Linux (or enough hacking tools)
- Get Metasploitable (https://sourceforge.net/projects/metasploitable/) working in VirtualBox or your favourite virtualisation software.
Valentine joined the McAfee Advanced Threat Research team in May 2020 as an operational intelligence analyst. With experience in both red and blue teaming, she uses her acquired skills to analyse and evaluate threat intelligence and build graphical representations that change the way we approach problems. After working hours, Valentine is a fiction writer and a self-proclaimed Sci-Fi nerd.
Anneloes is a criminologist with a passion for ethical hacking. She has over 5 years experience in IT security and performed multiple security tests on web-applications, mobile apps, software and hardware. In her spare time, she loves playing CTF events. Since 2018 she is facilitator of multiple hacking courses and would like to help and learn together with security-enthusiastic women!