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Networking for Pentesters by Rob Fuller (@mubix)

  • Charlotte Convention Center 501 South College Street Charlotte, NC, 28202 United States (map)

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. Things like how DNS, HTTP, SMTP and other basics of networking, then moving on to “Layer 7″ with IIS/Sharepoint, VPNs, Windows Active Directory, and Unix services.

About The Instructor

Rob Fuller @mubix is a Senior Red Teamer. His professional experience started from his time on active duty as a United States Marine. He has worked with devices and software that run the gambit in the security realm. He has a few certifications but the title he holds above the rest is FATHER, HUSBAND, and United States Marine.

Prerequisites: No previous experience in pentesting is necessary as this course is designed for entry level. Students must be experienced with their OS of choice as well as have a basic understanding of Kali Linux.

Class Requirements: Students will be required to bring their own laptops for the class. Laptops will need a VMWare Workstation (NOT VMWARE PLAYER) or VirtualBox installation with an install of Windows 7 and Kali Linux as the guest virtual machines prior to the class.  All other tools will be provided.

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Earlier Event: January 28
January ISSA Meeting
Later Event: May 19
Charlotte ISSA Annual Summit