Tag: <span>training</span>

Training: Metasploit for Web PenTesting

Instructor: Kizz MyAnthia

Metasploit is most commonly known for its epic pwnage of network and service level vulnerabilities. What you may not know is that same epic pwnage can be leveraged exploiting web application vulnerabilities. By leveraging the ability to custom build Metasploit modules or tools using the framework the power of Metasploit is only limited by the imagination of the user. “Into The Worm Hole: Metasploit For Web PenTesting” will build on prior knowledge of Metasploit and help elevate the tester’s skills and abilities by working hands-on building a custom scanner, using Metasploit to exploit Web Vulnerabilities, and learn to use Metasploit for phishing, XSS, and other web application vulnerabilities.

Training classes are held on Thursday, June 4th, before the conference.  This class will cost $250.


Into the Worm Hole: Metasploit for Web PenTesting
“Into the Worm Hole: Metasploit for Web PenTesting” is an Intermediate level class and attendees should understand what Metasploit is and how to use it. A knowledge of Ruby is extremely beneficial, but some scripting experience or skill (any language) is recommended.

For more information on the class and the instructor, or to register, please see:

http://rvasec.com/training/


Training: Networking for Pentesters

We are pleased to announce that Rob Fuller (Mubix) will be teaching Networking for Pentesters. The class we be held on Thursday, June 4th before the conference and will cost $199.95.

Training classes are held on Thursday, June 4th, before the conference.  This class will cost $199.95.

Networking for Pentesters

This is an introductory class into specific protocols and technologies
that are used on corporate networks around the world, focusing on the
point of view of an attacker. This class will cover things like how DNS, HTTP, SMTP and other basics of networking, then move on to “Layer 7” with
IIS/Sharepoint, VPNs, Windows Active Directory, and Unix services.

For more information on the class and the instructor, or to register, please see:

http://rvasec.com/training/


Training: The Secrets of Security with the OSSTMM

We are pleased to announce that Pete Herzog, the creator of the OSSTMM (Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual) will be joining us at RVAs3c to teach a class on OSSTMM!

Training classes are held on Thursday, June 4th, before the conference.  This class will cost $250.

The Secrets of Security with the OSSTMM

Get key insights from the very latest version of the Open Source
Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM). Discover gems of
knowledge that can greatly expand your view of security. Learn how and
where to apply this methodology in a practical and efficient way. Then
get your hands dirty on trying it out.

For more information on the class and the instructor, or to register, please see:


Training Class: Lockpicking & Lock Forensics

Back by popular demand, RVAs3c is pleased to announce the training class Lockpicking with Schuyler Towne! This year’s class will also offer new content on Lock Forensics!

Training classes are held on Thursday, June 4th, before the conference.  This class will cost $250.

Lockpicking & Lock Forensics

This workshop is based around understanding both how to pick locks and how to analyze the evidence picking leaves behind. We will explore myriad methods of entry on basic pin tumbler locks, then, after each method is fully understood, we’ll place the components of the locks you’ve opened under a high-definition microscope and explain how to interpret the tool marks you have left behind.
 
The methods of entry covered will include:
  • Single-pin picking
  • Raking
  • Percussive attacks (pick guns/bumping)
  • and Impressioning
 
At the end of the workshop we’ll test your new knowledge by examining a few lock examples I’ve brought along under the microscope and analyze them together.
For more information on the class and the instructor, or to register, please see:

Forensics Class is Full–Others Still Available!

We’re sorry (and happy!) to report that the Forensics Readiness class is now full.

As a reminder, there are still seats available in our other classes on 5/30:

 

And don’t forget that registration ends on 5/15 and that there are only a few seats left in each class–so don’t wait to sign up!

 


RVAsec Update

RVAsec will be held on Friday and Saturday, May 31st and June 1st at the Commonwealth Ballroom at VCU’s University Commons. Training classes will be held on Thursday, May 30th.

The conference is only $75 and includes two days of talks, electronic badges from hack.rva, breakfast/lunch/snacks, more coffee this year, swag bag, parking at VCU, two receptions and an after party sponsored by Rapid7!

The 5/15 deadline is rapidly approaching (and we ordered more badges so they are still available)–so register now!  Due to catering demands we cannot take any registrations onsite or after the deadline.

On Thursday 5/30 we have four training classes available at the lowest prices we can swing: Lock Picking with Schuyler Towne, Forensics Readiness with Glenn Dardick, SANS Information Security for Business Executives with Chip Greene, and Introduction to Malware Analysis with Tyler Hudak. Classes are almost full, if you are considering a class please register now!

RVAsec 2013 Speaker Lineup (Schedule)

Chris Wysopal – Keynote
Donald Allison
Rockie Brockway
Colby Clark
Gus Fritschie & Andrew Du
Adam Ely
Dan Han
Dan Holden
Schuyler Towne
Paul Watson

Alex Hutton – Keynote
Itzik Kotler
Barry Kouns
Brian Lockrey
Sean Mason
Daniel Ramsbrock
Mike Shema
Boris Sverdlik
Ben Tomhave