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Tuesday, August 13 • 8:30am - 11:20am
Hands on Penetration Testing Workshop with Kali Linux, Metasploit and Windows

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As with most things in the Security realm, before you can defend against attacks, you need to understand how the attackers work before you can defend and mitigate against them.

This invaluable hands on (BYO Laptop) workshop will showcase some new Cyber Range college/intermediate level penetration testing labs that the Cyber Range is in the process of publishing for instructor general availability. Come experience some of this powerful hands on content as you use your Range Kali attack VM and vulnerable target Windows VM to grok how these attacks actually function. After learning how to utilize these tools to pentest our own systems, we find ourselves in a better place to discuss the measures one would need to take to prevent or mitigate against such attacks and in the process, increase our own network security profile

Workshop Labs and Handouts Include:
- Lab 1 - Launching & Defending Against a Windows DoS Attack
- Lab 2 - Password Credential Keylogging
- Lab 3 - Trojan Malware - popping a reverse shell on a target


Speakers
avatar for Thomas 'Tweeks' Weeks

Thomas 'Tweeks' Weeks

Consulting Cloud Engineer, VA Cyber Range
Tweeks (or Thomas Weeks) is the Director of Future Technology at Virginia Tech, Division of IT, and also sits as a Consulting Engineer at the Virginia Cyber Range where he creates cloud VM images for the Range, writes/edits Range labs, and works with Range authors to get their lab... Read More →


Tuesday August 13, 2019 8:30am - 11:20am EDT
Dewberry Hall