SANS Penetration Testing

Secrets to Successful Cybersecurity Writing: Hack the Reader

Get your executives, clients, and colleagues to notice your contribution, accept your advice, and appreciate your inputby learninghow to write better reports, emails, and other content you regularly create. Continue reading Secrets to Successful Cybersecurity Writing: Hack the Reader


Using gdb to Call Random Functions!

By Ron Bowes Sometimes reverse engineering is graceful and purposeful, where you thread the needle just right to figure out some obscure, undocumented function and how it can be used to the best of your ability. This article isn't about that. In this post, we'll look at how we can find hidden functionality by jumping … Continue reading Using gdb to Call Random Functions!


SANS Pen Test Poster: Pivots Payloads Boardgame

We are excited to introduce to you the new SANS Penetration Testing Educational Poster, "Pivots & Payloads Board Game"! It is a poster and a board game. How is it a board game? You can lay it down on a table, cut out the game pieces and game modifiers, use a dice to move … Continue reading SANS Pen Test Poster: Pivots Payloads Boardgame


The Secrets in URL Shortening Services

The secrets in URL shortening services Authors: Chris Dale (@ChrisADale) and Vegar Linge Haaland (@vegarlh) created this post to bring awareness to the dangers of using URL shortening services. They both work at Netsecurity, a company which serves a multitude of customers, internationally, with services within networking, security operations, IR and Penetration Testing. … Continue reading The Secrets in URL Shortening Services


SANS Pen Test Challenge Coin: SEC460

With every SANS Pen Test Challenge Coin comes a story. In addition to symbolizing achievement and knowledge, a Pen Test Challenge Coin is a physical manifestation of the keyboard skills demonstrated by the winners of our course's Capture-the-Flag exercise. The front of the SEC460: Enterprise Threat and Vulnerability Assessment challenge coin carries the SEC460 … Continue reading SANS Pen Test Challenge Coin: SEC460