Posted by asil on August 12, 2012

We are at it again - lab hacking for fun and education!


We are evaluating security tools generally used in Microsoft/.Net for August 2017! David Demland, Software Developer ExtraOrdinaire and Adjunct Security Training Professor at DeVry, will be applying his simple explanation training skills to an analysis of CSharp security.

Lisa Kachold, Unix/Linux/Microsoft Security Systems Engineer [Dell Services, IBM, Stryker Medical Devices] will follow up with Visual Basic security and exploits.

As with all hackfests, participants will be allowed to use Kali Linux LiveCD to interact in a lab format to see exploits in action and brainstorm/discuss OSI layer protections.

DeVry University's open source community outreach allows us to provide a venue where local security professionals and educators meet and provide practical lab examples of exploits, viri and social engineering techniques. We endeavor to impress upon attendees the value of OSI layer security.

All IT professionals and hobbyists are welcome and we have an open call for presentations. Our community is invited to use our Virtual environment at OneNeck to build exploitable systems to pit against our pen testers, who use Kali live DVD from lab workstations and VPN to/from the Virtual environment.

Go ahead take the red pill and let us drag you kicking and screaming from the security matrix!

See you at DeVry in Phoenix - RM 231!

Please call (503)754-4452 if you get lost.



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