Reverse Engineer Like The NSA's Best Agents
Ghidra was the NSA’s formerly classified software reverse-engineering tool. Speculated to have been developed over the last 20 years or so, it is now free, open source, and available for download on the NSA’s github page. The only barrier left is the steep learning curve. In this course, we take students from the beginning: menus, icons, and features and build them up over four days into efficiently reversing firmware on a variety of architectures.
Who Should Take This Course
"Master the NSA Research Tool's Secrets for less than the cost of the equivalent IDA Pro licence"
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Day 1 - Reversing With Ghidra
Day 2 - Ghidra Expert Tools
Day 3 - Ghidra Automation
Day 4 - Ghidra and ExtensionPoint
What To Bring
What Students Are Provided With
4 Days of Training at a Premium London Venue.
Book Now at only £2600 Inc. VAT!
4 Reasons Why You'll Want To Train With 44CON
Focus on learning with our spacious, air-conditioned rooms. The comfort doesn’t stop there, with incredible food at lunch and in breaks.
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Get exclusive invites to 44CONnect – our quarterly event with talks and more. Invites run for 12 months after your last course.
You’ll receive an exclusive £50 discount code for standard tickets to the next main 44CON event: the UK’s best security conference.
Meet The Trainers: Jeremy Blackthorne and Evan Jensen
Jeremy Blackthorne is co-founder and lead instructor of the Boston Cybernetics Institute (BCI). Before BCI, he was a researcher in the Cyber System Assessments group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He was the co-creator and instructor for the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute courses: Modern Binary Exploitation and Malware Analysis. Jeremy has published research at various academic conferences, including RAID, WOOT, and LatinCrypt. He has also presented or taught at hacker conferences, including INFILTRATE, REcon, and RingZer0. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps with three tours in Iraq. He is currently a PhD candidate in computer science at RPI and is a proud alumnus of RPISEC.
Evan Jensen is the co-founder and CTO of BCI, where he splits his time between performing security assessments, developing capabilities, and teaching. Evan has conducted training workshops on binary reversing at many universities, including BU, RPI, NYU, MIT, Tufts, and West Point. He has also presented and taught at hacker conferences including SchmooCon, REcon, and RingZer0. Before founding BCI, Evan worked in the Cyber System Assessments Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory and Facebook’s redteam. He has a BS in computer science from NYU Tandon School of Engineering.
44CON December Bonus: Hootenanny Tickets Included!
The 44CONnect Hootenanny is an end-of-year one day event on the 6th of December.
The Hootenanny has a single talk track, a workshop track and an escape room track. We’ll have workshops from our trainers so you can get a taste of their courses, and a bunch of invited talks at the level of quality you’ve come to expect from a full 44CON. The event is fully catered, of course.
All December training attendees automatically receive a Hootenanny ticket as part of their booking. Those who’ve attended training at any time in 2019 can join our wait list. Tickets will be issued to the wait list two weeks before the Hootenanny event.
Watch Jeremy Talk
Three Heads Are Better Than One: Mastering NSA's Ghidra Reverse Engineering Tool
A one-hour Ghidra walkthrough from INFILTRATE 2019. Thsi workshop covers manual analysis, scripting, P-Code and SLEIGH.
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