One of the core disciplines of security is understanding how systems communicate over the Internet. This skill set is crucial to spotting abnormal behavior and attack patterns. In this class, we will go beyond the fundamentals of how IP communicates and dive into the subtle nuances. This will help the student identify anomalous patterns when they occur. Much of this class is spent focusing on the IP, ICMP, UDP, and TCP headers. We will step through each of the fields within each header to ensure that the student understands how the data within that field plays a role in communications. This knowledge is deepened by observing the behavior in packet decodes, some of which are normal traffic while some are common attacks.

Antisyphon: Getting Started in Packet Decoding w/ Chris Brenton

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To conduct an advanced attack, you need more than just a collection of simple scripts. In addition to talent, you need a large amount of managed and unmanaged code. The more code and resources that are required to conduct an engagement, the more time we need. Time is something we don’t have a lot of on an engagement. Today, to be an advanced and effective attacker, you need to move fast, and that speed requires a move to a DevOps style of managing infrastructure and code. With cloud resources and APIs to manage these resources, the days of manual setup are long behind us.

Antisyphon: HackerOps w/ Ralph May

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Modern Webapp Pentesting is unique in its approach to testing webapps. Too many courses are built around the assumption that a webapp pentester’s skills should grow along a straight line, starting with something like the OWASP Top Ten and culminating in something like Attacking Web Cryptography. Real webapps don’t follow that same path, and neither should real webapp pentesters. Attacking Web Sockets is not more difficult than attacking HTTP traffic, it’s just different. Web APIs are not something you’re qualified to test only after you’ve put your time in on traditional webapps … they’re just different. This course doesn’t worry about where a student falls on the imaginary scale of beginner to expert but instead focuses on finding and exploiting the kinds of issues found in real webapps today, based on the instructor’s many years of ongoing experience in testing … real webapps today.

Antisyphon: Modern WebApp Pentesting w/ BB King

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Incident responders are continually faced with the challenge of collecting and analyzing relevant event data—network communications is no exception. This course uses an assortment of network data acquisition tools and techniques with a focus on open-source, vendor-neutral solutions. Students who take this course will learn how to perform network traffic and protocol analysis that ultimately supports cybersecurity incident response efforts. From reconnaissance to data exfiltration, network traffic scales to provide a bird’s-eye view of attacker activity. Leveraging the vantage point of key network traffic chokepoints, this course explores nearly every phase of an attacker’s methodology. Students will learn network traffic analysis concepts and work through hands-on lab exercises that reinforce the course material using real-world attack scenarios.

Antisyphon: Network Forensics and Incident Response w/ Troy Wojewoda

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Getting a foothold is the first step in a successful breach—be it in the form of user credentials, email access, or code execution on a target system. This course will provide students with the fundamental skills and know-how to perform the most common attacks used to get an initial foothold during a red team exercise. Since Microsoft products and services are the most widespread platform in use by organizations, Office 365 and Microsoft Windows will be the primary targets of student exercises. Core concepts will also be discussed so that students can apply the lessons learned to other platforms in the future.

Antisyphon: Red Team: Getting Access w/ Michael Allen

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