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The Art of Hacking: Infrastructure Hacking

Workshop Programme
23 May 2017, Tuesday
Venue: Level 4, Orchid 4202 / 4203, Marina Bay Sands
Key Learning Outcomes:

This is an entry-level Infrastructure, hands-on, lab-based, security and testing class and is a recommended pre-requisite for NotSoSecure’s Advanced Infrastructure Hacking class. This class familiarises the attendees with the basics of network hacking. A number of tools and techniques will be taught during this 3-day class, If you would like to step into the world of Ethical Hacking / Pen Testing this is the right class for you.

Anant ShrivastavaAnant Shrivastava
Regional Director APAC
NotSoSecure UK, USA, India
About your Masterclass Leader:
Anant Shrivastava is an information security professional with nearly 10 years of hacking and teaching experience, with expertise in Mobile, Application and Linux Security. He is Regional Director Asia Pacific for NotSoSecure Global Services and has lead hacking training at some of the worlds top security conferences (BlackHat USA/EU/ASIA, Nullcon, g0s, c0c0n). Anant also leads Open Source project AndroidTamer (www.androidtamer.com) and CodeVigilant (www.codevigilant.com).

Highlights:

  • Introduction into Infrastructure Testing
  • Hands-on, with unique Hack-Lab
  • Part of the IEEE CS Certified “Art of Hacking” program
  • Gain practical experience with the tools that will last you well into the future
  • Learn core Infrastructure techniques
  • Leave with the basis to take your testing knowledge forward into more Advanced Infrastructure topics

Who should attend:

  • System Administrators, SOC Analysts, Penetration Testers, Network Engineers, security enthusiasts and anyone who wants to take their skills to the next level.
9.00am Registration: Infrastructure Basics
9.20am Opening Remarks by Workshop Leader
9.30am Session 1: Networking Basics
Learning / Goals:

  • The ability to use tools to find live services
  • The ability to identify specific services and version details
11.00am Morning Break and Refreshments
11.20am Session 2: Online Password Attacks
Learning / Goals:

  • An understanding on which services can be attacked
  • The ability to use various tools to brute-force various services
  • The ability to customise various settings to specific target requirements
12.50pm Lunch Networking
1.50pm Session 3: Databases
Learning / Goals:

  • To be able to identify ports associated with different databases
  • An understanding and awareness of default database accounts
  • The ability to use various tools to brute-force database accounts
3.20am Afternoon Break and Refreshments
3.40am

Session 4: Metasploit Basics
Learning / Goals:

  • To evidence a basic understanding of working with Metasploit specific commands
  • To understand and evidence when auxiliary, exploit and post modules can be used
  • The ability to identify vulnerabilities within a given target and exploit using a module within the framework
  • To correctly identify the target and select a compatible payload

Password Cracking
Learning / Goals:

  • To be able to identify password hashes
  • An ability to use various tools to crack passwords given a set of hashes
5.30pm End of Workshop Day 1
24 May 2017, Wednesday
Venue: Level 4, Orchid 4202 / 4203, Marina Bay Sands
9.00am Registration: Hacking Unix, Databases & Applications
9.20am Opening Remarks by Workshop Leader
9.30am Session 1: Hacking Unix
Learning / Goals:

  • To have an awareness of current platform specific vulnerabilities
  • The ability to use various tools to exploit target systems after identifying the associated vulnerability
11.00am Morning Break and Refreshments
11.20am Session 2: Hacking Application Servers on Unix
Learning / Goals:

  • To be able to identify ports associated with different application servers
  • An understanding and awareness of default application accounts and functionality
  • To identify vulnerable functionality using various tools
  • To exploit vulnerable functionality using various tools
12.50pm Lunch Networking
1.50pm Session 3: Hacking Third Party CMS Software
Learning / Goals:

  • To be able to identify ports associated with different application servers
  • An understanding and awareness of default application accounts and functionality
3.20am Afternoon Break and Refreshments
3.40am Session 4: Hacking Third Party CMS Software (Cont.)
Learning / Goals:

  • To identify vulnerable functionality using various tools
  • To exploit vulnerable functionality using various tools
5.30pm End of Workshop Day 2
25 May 2017, Thursday
Venue: Level 4, Orchid 4202 / 4203, Marina Bay Sands
9.00am Registration: Hacking Windows
9.20am Opening Remarks by Workshop Leader
9.30am Session 1: Windows Enumeration
Learning / Goals:

  • To be able to identify common ports and services used on Windows systems
  • The ability to use tools to determine the version of Windows on a target
  • To identify the roles of various Windows systems within a network
  • To extract user information from a target system using various tools and techniques
11.00am Morning Break and Refreshments
11.20am Session 2: Client Side Attacks
Learning / Goals:

  • To evidence the main differences between a server side and client side attack
12.50pm Lunch Networking
1.50pm

Session 3: Hacking Application Servers on Windows
Learning / Goals:

  • To be able to identify ports associated with different application servers
  • An understanding and awareness of default application accounts and functionality
  • To identify vulnerable functionality using various tools
  • To exploit vulnerable functionality using various tools

Post Exploitation
Learning / Goals:

  • To identify when a specific Metasploit payload could be advantageous, especially during post exploitation challenges
  • Extract credentials (hashes) using various tools
3.20am Afternoon Break and Refreshments
3.40am Session 4: Hacking Windows Domains
Learning / Goals:

  • Evidence how systems can be accessed without plaintext credentials
  • Extract information from a given target
5.30pm End of Workshop Day 3
Fees & Registration
Registration Fees
The fees entitle you access to the registered workshop, lunches, refreshments and CommunicAsia2017 Exhibition.
Early Bird Rate
(Register & pay by
28 April 2017)
Regular Rate
(Register & pay by
19 May 2017)
Onsite Rate
(20 – 25 May 2017)
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3-Day Cybersecurity Hacking Technical Workshop
23 – 25 May 2017
(Non-Members Rate)
$3,000.00 $3,210.00 $3,400.00 $3,638.00 $3,700.00 $3,959.00
3-Day Cybersecurity Hacking Technical Workshop
23 – 25 May 2017
(IEEE / CS Members Rate)
$2,800.00 $2,996.00 $3,200.00 $3,424.00 $3,500.00 $3,745.00

*Includes 7% Goods & Services Tax (GST) for all companies registered in Singapore.

Closing Date for Pre-Conference Registration: 19 May 2017
After this date, please register personally onsite at Marina Bay Sands, Level 4 Foyer from 22 – 25 May 2017.

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