Hacking Network Protocols using Kali - Octavius 1

Hacking Network Protocols using Kali - Octavius 1

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Caesars Palace

Paradise, NV 89109

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Hacking Network Protocols using Kali

Instructor - Thomas Wilhelm & John Spearing

Pre-Requisites - Since the subject matter discusses network protocols, it is required for students to understand the OSI model and specifics of well-known network protocols, particularly those found at layer 2 and layer 3 of the OSI model.

Abstract - There are a lot of hacking tutorials on how to compromise servers, but what about network devices?

In this workshop, we will demonstrate how to conduct penetration tests against a number of different network protocols, specifically those at layer 2 and 3 of the OSI model, in order to assess and circumvent the security of an organization. Participants will be able to watch a demonstration on how to leverage insecurities in different protocols, and replicate the attacks themselves in a lab environment at the workshop. In addition, we will discuss what steps network engineers can do to limit the insecurities.

This workshop will contain network devices in which participants will be able to connect to and perform the demonstrated attacks. Participation will be reduced since network equipment resources are limited, unless additional lab equipment can be procured.

Required Materials - Since this is an advanced penetration testing subject, participants should have a laptop that contains an up to date Kali Linux image. In addition, if they want to participate in actual network protocol attacks, they should bring CAT5 cables for connectivity. This class will not spend time getting students online - participants should already be familiar with configuring static IP addresses and/or DHCP for their systems. Because participants will be able to connect to a lab environment with active exploits, it is suggested that students use a computer system that can be easily re-imaged at the end of the workshop.

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