Dec 23, 2016

BruCON 0x09 Spring Training open for registration

Right on time for Christmas, we bring you the BruCON 0x09 Spring training track (19-21 April). Early-bird registration till the 20th of January ! 

The line-up! : 
  • Malicious Documents for Blue and Red Teams by Didier Stevens (3-day training) - Our resident trainer Didier Stevens will teach you how to both analyse as well as create malicious files such as PDF, Word and Excel documents. You'll learn how to analyse malicious files as well as create your own for Red team testing ! 
  • Corelan Bootcamp by Peter Van Eeckhoutte (3-day training) - Once again we bring you Corelan ! One of the best exploit development courses available, now in our spring training track. Prepare yourself for 3 long days (+10 hours/day) of intensive exploit development ! Lunch and dinner are included and, as always enough coffee to keep you going! We will be hosting the Advanced course in October (2 - 4 October 2017) and you can now already register for both! (limited seating)
  • Mobile Application Exploitation (iOS and Android) by Prateek Gianchandani and Dinesh Shetty (3-day training) - A completely hands-on training on exploiting mobile applications for the iOS and Android platform. Even wondered how different attacking a Mobile application would be, from a traditional web application? Including iOS 10 and Android 7 Nougat, we are bringing you an updated version of this successful and very well received course !
  • Windows Breakout and Privilege Escalation by Jason Cook and Francesco Mifsud (3-day training) - This training will provide the required knowledge to perform post-exploitation actions on locked down Windows machines. Tools, tips and techniques will be shared to break out of restrictive execution environments and escalate privileges from a low level user to SYSTEM on modern Windows operating systems. Contrary to common perception, Windows machines can be really well locked down if they are configured with care. As such, attackers will need to dig deep in order to break out of restrictive environments and escalate privileges.
  • Open Source Defensive Security Training by Leszek Miś (3-day training) - Open Source Defensive Security Training is a 3-days long, advanced IT Security laboratory dedicated for professionals who need close the gaps in Linux & Open Source Security knowledge. Very detailed and up to date course content with focus especially on defensive vs offensive approach, based on real world scenarios gives you the best opportunity for making stronger defensive layers inside your Open Source network infrastructures or a Linux-based products. Check out a detailed agenda, find it interesting and register as soon as possible. May the packets be with U!

The training location will be Novotel Ghent Centrum.

All training details and registration links can be found on the BruCON training pages (link)

your BruCON team.

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