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Assessing modern web applications can be a challenge. Burp Suite, the industry standard assessment tool, offers integrated extensions that facilitate the assessment process. This hands-on workshop will teach how to write a custom Burp Suite extension in Python.
Explore the insights of attacking an Active Directory environment, learn common attack paths and dive into the position of an attacker exploiting and laterally moving in a realistic environment. Throughout a 3-day course the participants will be guided from exploring a typical environment to take full control of the network with persistent access.
Besides their many advantages, heavy reliance on external (open source) dependencies as well as continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) in modern software development have introduced many new threats to the software supply chain. As a result, the number and impact of supply chain attacks have increased dramatically in recent years. The workshop reviews potential attack vectors and provides practical measures to protect modern applications.
Containers and Kubernetes have become cornerstones of modern software development. The workshop dives into common attack vectors and practical mitigations to secure containerized applications in Kubernetes clusters.
Cryptography for Software Engineers is for IT professionals whose needs for dealing with cryptography exceeds using https for their webserver. The talk will focus mainly on symmetric cryptography and highlight common pitfalls along a practical example project.
The workshop begins with an introduction to the Domain Name System (DNS) which is used in the Internet to map domain names onto IP addresses and other data. Participants will learn about the basic concepts and the limitations of DNS, in particular with respect to integrity guarantees. We will then explore how these issues can be addressed using DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC), and show with practical examples how to properly configure a modern DNSSEC deployment.
How does IT Security actually work? What are the economics of it? How are cyber attacks executed and by whom? And what is the big deal of a small phishing email anyways? An awareness talk to better embrace IT security and understand that all of us are responsible for it.
A programming language agnostic workshop on best practices to develop secure web applications and APIs. Some common attacks are shown and it is possible to get your hands dirty by following along on your own machine.
This awareness talk is meant to bring attention to social engineering attacks, such as e-mail and phone based phishing, which contiue to be high risk threats against companies of all sizes.
This workshop is an introduction into attacking Web applications. The attendees will be placed into the position of an attacker and guided through an attack chain in order to break into a targeted web application. The goal of this Workshop is to make first experiences from an attacker's perspective, understand the security implications of bad design decisions and develop ideas on how to subvert security and access controls.