All motivated after BlackHat, BSidesLV, or Defcon and looking to learn some new skills? If so, this inexpensive $100 intro to exploit development training session from Bulb Security might just be right up your alley. And once again Georgia and co. have decided to extend a special discount to NoVA Infosec readers for this one-day live online class.
The training is this coming Saturday, August 17th, starting at 11:00 AM EST via GotoMeeting. The 20% discount brings the total cost down to ONLY $80! Use the “Buy Now” link below to get this special price.
Here’s some more information about Bulb Security’s August exploit development class…
In this 1 day class we will study introductory exploit development for Windows and Linux platforms. Though at the end of one day you won’t be ready to write the latest iOS jailbreaks, this course will put the fundamentals in place to get to that point in later classes. In class you will gain hands on experience finding vulnerabilities, writing working exploits from scratch, and porting public exploit code to meet your needs. We will cover stack based buffer overflows, structured exception handler overwrites, as well as touching on bypassing anti-exploitation techniques such as DEP and ASLR. We will look at public exploit code and porting it to fit our environment’s needs. We will also look at writing Metasploit modules and porting our exploits into Metasploit modules. Hands on labs for both Windows and Linux will be covered. Additional exploitable programs will be included for after class practice. No programming experience is required. We will begin with exploit skeletons in Python and focus our efforts in creating working exploit strings.
- Stack based buffer overflows
- SEH Overwrites
- DEP and ASLR stopping our exploits
- Porting a public exploit to another platform
- Writing a simple Metasploit module
- Porting an exploit into Metasploit
Also be on the lookout for the follow-up intermediate level class later this month. Today’s post pic is from Defend Hackers. See ya!