This course addresses the latest cutting-edge insidious attack vectors, the "oldie-but-goodie" attacks that are still so prevalent, and everything in between. Instead of merely teaching a few hack attack tricks, this course includes a time-tested, step-by-step process for responding to computer incidents; a detailed description of how attackers undermine systems so you can prepare, detect, and respond to them; and a hands-on workshop for discovering holes before the bad guys do. Additionally, the course explores the legal issues associated with responding to computer attacks, including employee monitoring, working with law enforcement, and handling evidence.
In this intermediate-to-advanced level class, you will learn the art of exploiting web applications so you can find flaws in your enterprise's web apps before the bad guys do. Through detailed, hands-on exercises and training from a seasoned professional, you will be taught the four-step process for web application penetration testing. Inject SQL into back-end databases and learn how attackers exfiltrate sensitive data. Utilize cross-site scripting attacks to dominate a target infrastructure in our unique hands-on laboratory environment. You will also explore various other web app vulnerabilities in-depth with tried-and-true techniques for finding them using a structured testing regimen. By learning the tools and methods of the attacker, you can be a powerful defender.
SEC560 prepares you to conduct successful penetration testing and ethical hacking projects. This course starts with proper planning, scoping and recon, then dives deep into scanning, target exploitation, password attacks and wireless and web apps, with over 30 detailed hands-on labs throughout. You will finish up with an intensive, hands-on Capture the Flag exercise in which you will conduct a penetration test against a sample target organization, demonstrating the knowledge you mastered in this course.
To be a top penetration testing professional, you need fantastic hands-on skills for finding, exploiting and resolving vulnerabilities. Top instructors at SANS engineered SEC561: Intense Hands-on Pen Testing Skill Development from the ground up to help you get good fast. The course teaches in-depth security capabilities through 80%+ hands-on exercises, maximizing keyboard time on in-class labs and making this SANS' most hands-on course ever.
Computers, networks, and programmable logic controllers operate most of the physical infrastructure of our modern world, ranging from electrical power grids, water systems, and traffic systems all the way down to HVAC systems and industrial automation. Increasingly, security professionals need the skills to assess and defend these important infrastructures. In this innovative and cutting-edge course based on the SANS CyberCity kinetic range, you will learn how to analyze and assess the security of control systems and related infrastructures, finding vulnerabilities that could result in significant kinetic impact.
The best penetration testers can customize existing open source tools or develop their own tools. The ability to read, write, and customize software is what distinguishes the good penetration tester from the great penetration tester. This course is designed to give you the skills you need for tweaking, customizing, or outright developing your own tools to put you on the path of becoming a great penetration tester.
This class will show students how to apply the incredible capabilities of the Metasploit Framework in a comprehensive penetration testing and vulnerability assessment regimen, according to a thorough methodology for performing effective tests. Students who complete the course will have a firm understanding of how Metasploit can fit into their penetration testing and day-to-day assessment activities. The course will provide an in-depth understanding of the Metasploit Framework far beyond simply showing attendees how to exploit a remote system. The class will cover exploitation, post-exploitation reconnaissance, token manipulation, spear-phishing attacks, and the rich feature set of the Meterpreter, a customized shell environment specially created for exploiting and analyzing security flaws.
This course takes an in-depth look at the security challenges of many different wireless technologies, exposing you to wireless security threats through the eyes of an attacker. Using readily available and custom-developed tools, you'll navigate your way through the techniques attackers use to exploit WiFi networks, including attacks against WEP, WPA/WPA2, PEAP, TTLS, and other systems, including developing attack techniques leveraging Windows 7 and Mac OS X. We'll also examine the commonly overlooked threats associated with Bluetooth, ZigBee, DECT, and proprietary wireless systems. As part of the course, you'll receive the SWAT Toolkit, which will be used in hands-on labs to back up the course content and reinforce wireless ethical hacking techniques.
SEC660: Advanced Penetration Testing, Exploit Writing, and Ethical Hacking is designed as a logical progression point for those who have completed SANS SEC560: Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking, or for those with existing penetration testing experience. Students with the prerequisite knowledge to take this course will walk through dozens of real world attacks used by the most seasoned penetration testers.
Vulnerabilities in modern operating systems such as Microsoft Windows 7/8, Server 2012, and the latest Linux distributions are often very complex and subtle. Yet, they could expose organizations to significant attacks, undermining their defenses when wielded by very skilled attackers. Few security professionals have the skillset to discover, let alone understand, at a fundamental level why the vulnerability exists and how to write an exploit to compromise it. SANS SEC760: Advanced Exploit Development for Penetration Testers teaches the skills required to reverse engineer 32-bit and 64-bit applications, perform remote user application and kernel debugging, analyze patches for one-day exploits, and write complex exploits, such as use-after-free attacks, against modern software and operating systems.