Instructor: Kizz MyAnthia (@KizzMyAnthia)
Metasploit is most commonly known for its epic pwnage of network and service level vulnerabilities. What you may not know is that same epic pwnage can be leveraged exploiting web application vulnerabilities. By leveraging the ability to custom build Metasploit modules or tools using the framework the power of Metasploit is only limited by the imagination of the user. “Into The Worm Hole: Metasploit For Web PenTesting” will build on prior knowledge of Metasploit and help elevate the tester’s skills and abilities by working hands-on building a custom scanner, using Metasploit to exploit Web Vulnerabilities, and learn to use Metasploit for phishing, XSS, and other web application vulnerabilities.
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About the Instructor
Title: Into the Worm Hole: Metasploit for Web PenTesting
Instructor: Kizz MyAnthia
Class Size: 25 seats are available total (register early!)
Date: 6/4/2014, 9AM-5PM
Prerequisites: This is an Intermediate level class and attendees should understand what Metasploit is and how to use it. A knowledge of Ruby is extremely beneficial, but some scripting experience or skill (any language) is recommended.
Class Requirements: This class requires all attendees to bring a computer with a functioning installation of Metasploit; a Kali or BT5 VM is recommended, but not required. All commands and lessons will be executed on Kali Linux. If an attendee chooses to use MS Windows MSF Installation or other OS they must know if there may be syntax differences, etc, NO SUPPORT WILL BE OFFERED.