8% Discount on Intermediate Exploit Development Class

Planning to take Bulb Security’s intro to exploit development class this Saturday with our 20% discount? Why not also sign up for Georgia’s follow-on intermediate level course? This class is a bit more expensive ($200) however still very cheap compared to other organizations out there. And once again Bulb Security has decided to extend a special discount to NoVA Infosec readers for this one-day live online class.

The training is Saturday, August 31st, starting at 11:00 PM EST via GotoMeeting. The 8% discount brings the total cost down to ONLY $185! Use the “Buy Now” link below to get this special price.




 

Here’s some more information about Bulb Security’s August intermediate exploit development class…

In this 1 day class we will study exploit development for Windows picking up where Introduction to Exploit Development left off. In class you will gain hands on experience finding vulnerabilities, writing working exploits from scratch, and porting public exploit code to meet your needs. Having previously learned stack based buffer overflows and SEH overwrites, in this class we will look at more advanced techniques such as dealing with a lack of space for shellcode, using egghunters, and heap spray exploitation techniques. We will improve our understanding of fuzzing programs to find exploitable bugs using the Spike fuzzer. 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 will be covered in class. 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.

Topics covered:

  • Using Jumps to Deal with Space Issues
  • Egghunters
  • Bypassing Windows ASLR
  • Fuzzing programs with Spike
  • Heap Sprays

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Today’s post pic is from Defend Hackers. See ya!

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