Advanced Offensive Tooling w/ Chris Traynor
March 14 @ 9:00 am – March 15 @ 6:00 pm EDT
Course Length: 16 Hours
Tuition: $575 per person
Includes: Twelve months of complimentary access to the Antisyphon Cyber Range, certificate of participation, six months access to class recordings.
|Thursday, March 14, 2024:
|9:00 AM – 5:00 PM*
|Friday, March 15, 2024:
|9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
All times are Eastern.
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In the Advanced Offensive Tooling course, you will embark on a journey into the depths of cybersecurity expertise, immersing yourself in advanced techniques and methodologies employed by seasoned offensive operators.
This hands-on class transcends the basics, offering an exploration of sophisticated offensive tools
crucial in navigating the ever-evolving landscape of security.
Immerse yourself in practical, real-world scenarios through hands-on labs and live demos, carefully crafted to provide an immersive learning experience. The curriculum is meticulously designed to not only sharpen your skills but also elevate your understanding of your toolset. Explore each tool’s inner workings, unlock customization options, harness scripting abilities, and learn the art of responsible tool usage.
Why choose the Advanced Offensive Tooling course?
1. Practical Immersion: Engage in hands-on labs and live demos that simulate real-world scenarios, ensuring a practical and immersive learning experience.
2. Tool Mastery: Deepen your expertise by understanding the inner workings, customization options, and scripting abilities of advanced offensive tools.
3. Industry-Relevant Skills: Acquire skills that directly apply to the latest challenges in cybersecurity, making you a valuable asset in the field.
4. Responsibility in Action: Emphasis on responsible tool use ensures you navigate ethical considerations, setting you apart as a conscientious cybersecurity professional.
By the conclusion of the Advanced Offensive Tooling course, you will emerge with expertly honed abilities, ready to tackle sophisticated security challenges head-on. Elevate your cybersecurity proficiency and stay ahead in the dynamic landscape of offensive cybersecurity.
What You Will Learn
- Sophisticated knowledge of offensive tooling
- Technical skills to be a formidable offensive operator
- Knowledge to protect against cyber threats
- Slide deck, links to all the material, and tools needed with associated instructions
- Virtual machines with all the necessary tools and targets for the course.
- 12 months of access to the Antisyphon Cyber Range
- Certificate of participation
- 6 months access to class recordings
Who Should Take This Course?
- General security practitioners
- Network Admins
- Penetration Testers
- Red Teamers
- Blue Teamers looking to broaden their knowledge
- Stable Internet access
- x86 architecture CPU clocked at 2 GHz or higher that is capable of nested virtualization
- 1. (Apple Silicon is currently not supported)
- A computer with at least 8 GB of RAM. 16 GB isrecommended
- VMWare Workstation or VMWare Fusion
- (VirtualBox and other VM software is not supported)
- Windows 10/11, MacOSX+, or a currently supported Linux Distribution
- Full Administrator/root access to your computer or laptop
Pre-requisites For This Course
- Basic knowledge of networking
- Basic knowledge of web applications
- Basic knowledge of general offensive security tools and offensive goals.
Trainer & Author
Chris Traynor began working for Black Hills Information Security (BHIS) in July 2022 as a Penetration Tester, where he is responsible for Pen Testing web apps, APIs, and networks. Chris has over 15 years of experience in Web/Mobile App development, QA Automation, and Penetration Testing. He is also a TA for SEC504, SEC542, & SEC560 with the SANS Institute where he is working on becoming an instructor. Chris is an active member of the GIAC Advisory Board, InfraGard, and The Open Organization Of Lockpickers (TOOOL). He thinks the best part of working at BHIS is being surrounded by some of the best minds in the industry (and getting paid to break stuff). When he’s not hard at work, Chris enjoys adventuring with his wife and daughter, exercising, and driving his Jeep.