September 8th, 2005, 10:56 AM
t's to expensive for my wallet, but maybe someone can go and share the knowledge with the rest of us.
Hacking Workshop I, 10 - 11 October 2005
- Buffer overruns
- Path climbing-attacks
- Meta character attacks & unicode-attacks
- DoS and dDoS
- Windows-Fileshareing (LanGuard)
Passwort-sniffing, ethernet based
Attacks using emails
Installation of trojan horses
Virii and "virus construction sets"
Attacks on a browser (java, ActiveX, etc.)
Attacks during a systems boot sequence
Using L0phtcrack to crack windows passwords
Cracking unix-passwords with crack/john the ripper
Automised password guessing
Hacking Workshop II, 12 - 13 October 2005
Attacking cryptographic systems
Man-in-the-Middle-attacks against SSL
(Used in internetbanking) and SSH
Attacks on WLANs
Attacks on firewalls
Advanced scanning-techniques (ACK/SYN/FIN/XMAS/NULL, IDLE-scan)
Session hijacking, hijacking using Ethereal
Sniffing on the switch, analyses using Ethereal
D.o.S. on connections
Attack tools (Nessus, Stealth Http Scanner
How to stay up to date
How to conduct security checks
SSH, VPN, IPSec and tunneling
In part II of the course we'll discuss the more sophisticated hacking techniques as for example the IDLE scan. Knowledge gained in part I will be put to use in practical exercises.
During the course we can check one or more of your systems. Please note down the IP-adresses which should be attacked during the course on the registration-form and give us explicit permission to perform attacks by signing it.
We must inform you that a security check may have an impact on your systems performance.
Hacking Workshops I + II
Standard Fee - 2000 EUR
* Early Bird Fee - 1600 EUR
Hacking Workshop I
Standard Fee - 1100 EUR
* Early Bird Fee -900 EUR
Hacking Workshop II
Standard Fee - 1100 EUR
* Early Bird Fee - 900 EUR
*Register untill 15th of September and pay the "Early Bird Fee"!
The fee includes the participation to the training, the documentation of the workshop, coffee breaks and business lunch.
Language of the conference: English
· System administrators
· Security specialists
· Firewall administrators
You're invited to use your own notebook in the course room network.
Required knowledge: Basic knowledge of operating systems and networking, linux/unix and TCP/IP.
Duration of workshops: 2 x 2 days
Trainer: Stefan Arbeiter
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