Live Online Training
Presented By: 7ASecurity
The 2 day course will take place online over four half days between 2pm and 6pm (GMT) on the 13-16 June 2022.
The price is £1,020 (inc VAT/£850 ex VAT).
Please note their courses are 100% hands-on, they do not lecture students with boring bullet points and theories, instead they give you practical challenges and help you solve them, teaching you how to troubleshoot common issues and get the most out of this training. Training then continues after the course through their frequently updated course material, for which you keep lifetime access, as well as unlimited email support.
Teaser Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qckegc2gbfo
This course will take any student and make sure that:
- The general level of proficiency is much higher than when they came
- Skills can be sharpened via continued education and unlimited support for free
- The student is equipped to defeat common Desktop app assessment challenges
- Everybody will learn a lot in this training
- Advanced students will come out with enhanced skills and more efficient workflows
- The skills gained are highly practical and applicable to real-world assessments
Attendees will be provided with
- Lifetime access to all course materials
- Unlimited access to future updates and step-by-step video recordings
- Unlimited email support, if you need help while you practise at home later
- Interesting vulnerable apps to practise
- Digital copies of all training material
- Custom Build Lab VMs
- Purpose Build Vulnerable Test apps
- Source code for test apps
- Review of Common Flaws in Source Code and at Runtime
- Desktop App Modification of Behaviour Through Code/Configuration Changes
- Web & Desktop – Interception of Network Communication and MitM-proxy techniques to find security flaws in these platforms
- CTF Challenges for Attendants to Test Their Skills
Why should you take this course?
This is more than a usual online course: you get lifetime access to all course materials with step-by-step video recordings, slides and lab exercises, including all future updates for free.
Students can take the course at their own pace and lifetime access ensures topics can be reviewed on an ad-hoc basis as required by the student online after the course.
This training has been built from real issues seen in real applications, not fabricated vulnerabilities that you will never see in practice.
The goal is to start from the basics and ensure that each student comes out of the training with a significantly higher level of proficiency in the artistry of pentesting.
As the course has been written and carefully created by professional penetration testers, after many years of experience, many practical tips will be shared to leverage automation and make penetration testing more efficient as soon as the student goes back to their workplace.
Top three takeaways students will learn
Upon Completion of this training, attendees will know
Completing this training ensures attendees will be competent and able to:
- Review and tamper network communications to exploit security vulnerabilities
- Bypass certificate and public key pinning protections on Desktop apps
Course Content (ToC)
- Recommended lab setup tips
Part 1 – Static Analysis and Tools
- Common misconfigurations
- Hardcoded secrets
- Logic bugs
- Access control flaws
- URL handlers
- XSS, Injection attacks and more
Part 2 – Dynamic Analysis
- Monitoring data: caching, logs, app files, insecure file storage, unsafe storage of app secrets, etc.
- Crypto flaws
- The art of MitM: Intercepting Network Communications
- Defeating certificate pinning at runtime
- The art of Instrumentation: Introduction to Frida
- App behaviour monitoring at runtime
- Modifying app behaviour at runtime
Part 3 – Test your Skills
- CTF time
- Introduction to Frida on Desktop apps
- Writing custom Frida scripts to assist with common challenges
- Reviewing app behaviour at runtime
- Modifying app behaviour at runtime
- Modifying app behaviour at rest
- UI manipulation with XSS
- Interesting attack vectors with XSS
- Coverage of Multiple edge case scenarios to gain RCE
- Dumping memory
- Prototype pollution
- Defeating crypto
- Gaining RCE via IPC
- Attacking WebSockets
- Local Attacks and Privilege Escalation
- Remote Attacks when Desktop Apps are deployed on the server
- Bypassing Pining
- And more
Prerequisite of Training Class
Hardware & Software: Attendees should bring
A laptop with the following specifications:
- Ability to connect to wireless and wired networks
- Ability to read PDF files
- Administrative rights: USB allowed, the ability to deactivate AV, firewall, install tools, etc
- Knowledge of the BIOS password, in case VT is disabled
- Minimum 8GB of RAM (recommended: 16GB+)
- 60GB+ of free disk space (to copy a lab VM and other goodies)
- VirtualBox 6.0 or greater, including the “VirtualBox Extension Pack” (NOTE: VMWare is also known to work)
Student / Prerequisites for attendees
This course has no prerequisites as it is designed to accommodate students with different skills:
- Advanced students will enjoy comprehensive labs, extra miles and CTF challenges
- Less experienced students complete what they can during the class and can continue at their own pace from home using the training portal.
This said, the more you learn about the following ahead of the course, the more you will get out of the course:
- Linux command line basics
Who should attend
If you are new and cannot complete the labs during the class, that is OK, as you keep course access; you will learn a lot in the class but can continue from home with your lifetime course access.
If you are more advanced you can try to complete the labs in full and then take the CTF challenges 7ASecurity have for each section; you will likely also attempt to complete some exercises from home later 🙂
What to expect
Lifetime access to all course material (including all future updates), unlimited email support, access to private groups to communicate with other students, and interesting apps from various countries.
What not to expect
This is more than a usual online course: you get lifetime access to all training material with step-by-step video recordings, slides and lab exercises, including all future updates for free.
The course does not cover: 0-days, Windows/Linux/Mac OS exploits, x86 exploit writing, writing buffer or heap overflows.
Do not expect the teachers to be talking through slides most of the time. This class is practical not theoretical, the teachers don’t bore you with slides all the time, instead you do exercises all the time and the teachers help you solve the challenges you face as you complete them.
About the Trainers
The course will be run by one of the following trainers:
After 13 years in ITsec and 20 in IT Abraham is now the CEO of 7ASecurity (7asecurity.com), a company specialising in penetration testing of web/mobile apps, infrastructure, code reviews and training. Co-Author of the Mobile, Web and Desktop (Electron) app 7ASecurity courses. Security Trainer at Blackhat USA, HITB, OWASP Global AppSec and many other events. Former senior penetration tester / team lead at Cure53 and Version 1. Creator of “Practical Web Defense” – a hands-on eLearnSecurity attack / defense course , OWASP OWTF project leader, an OWASP flagship project (owtf.org). Major degree and Diploma in Computer Science, some certs: CISSP, OSCP, GWEB, OSWP, CPTS, CEH, MCSE:Security, MCSA:Security, Security+. As a shell scripting fan trained by unix dinosaurs, Abraham wears a proud manly beard. He writes on Twitter as @7asecurity @7a_ @owtfp or https://7asecurity.com/blog. Multiple presentations, pentest reports and recordings can be found at https://7asecurity.com/publications.
Anirudh Anand is a security researcher with a primary focus on Web and Mobile Application Security. He is currently working as a Senior Security Engineer at CRED and also Security Trainer at 7ASecurity. He has been submitting bugs and contributing to security tools for over 7 years. In his free time, he participates in CTF competitions along with Team bi0s (#1 security team in India according to CTFtime). His bounties involve vulnerabilities in Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Zendesk, Sendgrid, Gitlab, Gratipay and Flipboard.
Anirudh is an open source enthusiast and has contributed to several OWASP projects with notable contributions being in OWTF and Hackademic Challenges Project. He has presented/trained in a multitude of conferences including c0c0n 2019, BlackHat Arsenal 2019, BlackHat Europe Arsenal 2018, HITB Dubai 2018, Offzone Moscow 2018, Ground Zero Summit Delhi 2015 and Xorconf 2015.