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Course Description

This four-day course introduces a tactical approach that does not rely on exploiting known vulnerabilities. Using a combination of new tools and lesser-known techniques, participants will learn how hackers compromise Windows and Unix systems without depending on standard exploits. The class alternates between theory and hands-on testing, providing students with an opportunity to put their new skills to the test. Course content features the latest security practices including Windows 2016 and additional WMI-based techniques.

Learning Objectives

Windows
Introductory Concepts and Thinking Like an Attacker
Host Recon
Privilege Escalation
Key Decoding
Persistence
Network Recon
Lateral Movement
Unix
Leveraging Trusts & Lateral Movement
Kerberos Inherent Weaknesses
SSH Abuse
LD_PRELOAD Tricks
PAM Trojaning
X11 Attacks
A windows based virtual machine is provided for each student to connect to via the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the NICE Framework Task, Knowledge, and Skill statements identified within the indicated NICE Framework component(s):

Specialty Areas

  • Vulnerability Assessment and Management
  • Exploitation Analysis
  • Training, Education, and Awareness