Reminder for your Training @DeepSec 2022: Bypassing Content Security Policy via ajax.googleapis.com – Dawid Czagan

Sanna/ October 25, 2022/ Training/ 0 comments

Content Security Policy (CSP) is the number one defensive technology in modern web applications. Many developers add ajax.googleapis.com to CSP definitions, because they use libraries from this very popular CDN in their web applications. The problem is that it completely bypasses the CSP and obviously you don’t want that to happen. In a free video Dawid Czagan (DeepSec instructor) will show you step by step how your CSP can be bypassed by hackers. Watch this free video and feel the taste of Dawid Czagan’s training ”Black Belt Pentesting / Bug Hunting Millionaire: Mastering Web Attacks with Full-Stack Exploitation” (DeepSec 2022; 15-16 November; https://deepsec.net/speaker.html#WSLOT564)   Dawid Czagan (@dawidczagan) is an internationally recognized security researcher and trainer. He is listed among the top hackers at HackerOne. Dawid Czagan has found security vulnerabilities in Google, Yahoo, Mozilla, Microsoft, Twitter and other companies.

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DeepSec 2022 Online-Onsite Training: Hacking JavaScript Desktop Apps: Master the Future of Attack Vector – Abraham Aranguren

Sanna/ October 24, 2022/ Conference/ 0 comments

This course is the culmination of years of experience gained via practical penetration testing of JavaScript Desktop applications as well as countless hours spent doing research. We have structured this course around the OWASP Security Testing Guide, it covers the OWASP Top Ten and specific attack vectors against JavaScript Desktop apps. This course provides participants with actionable skills that can be applied immediately from day 1. Please note our courses are 100% hands-on, we do not lecture students with boring bullet points and theories, instead we give you practical challenges and help you solve them, teaching you how to troubleshoot common issues and get the most out of this training. Training then continues after the course through our frequently updated course material, for which you keep lifetime access, as well as unlimited email support.

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Reminder for your Training @DeepSec 2022: Token Hijacking via PDF File – Dawid Czagan

Sanna/ October 22, 2022/ Training/ 0 comments

PDF files are everywhere and they can be used to hack your web application. Imagine that the attacker prepares a malicious PDF file which steals sensitive data from a user. The PDF file is uploaded to the web application, the user reads this PDF file, and finally sensitive data is exfiltrated from the user’s browser. It’s scary, isn’t it? In a free video Dawid Czagan (DeepSec instructor) will show you step by step how this attack works and how you can check if your web application is vulnerable to this attack. Watch this free video and feel the taste of Dawid Czagan’s training ”Black Belt Pentesting / Bug Hunting Millionaire: Mastering Web Attacks with Full-Stack Exploitation” (DeepSec 2022; 15-16 November; https://deepsec.net/speaker.html#WSLOT564)   Dawid Czagan (@dawidczagan) is an internationally recognized security researcher and trainer. He is listed

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DeepSec Talk 2022: Anticipating Damage Control: Communicating About Cybersecurity Within And Outside Organizations – Prof. Matthieu J. Guitton

Sanna/ October 5, 2022/ Conference/ 0 comments

Although cybersecurity aims at protecting individuals and organizations from the threats emerging from the massive use of and dependency upon digitalized spaces, the efforts of cybersecurity experts unfortunately do not always succeed in doing so. Therefore, integrated cybersecurity strategies of large organizations should minimally include a plan for damage control. Damage control strategies are typically handled by public relations experts and tend to follow a classical narrative, combining a mix of both apologizing and reassuring discourses. However, in an age of communication technologies, efficient narrative strategies have to be multi-layered. Indeed, while damage control is typically conceptualized as taking place after the occurrence of a damage causing event, it should also include an anticipatory component, both dealing with communication planning and pre-event communication. Furthermore, a damage control narrative can not exclusively focus on a

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DeepSec 2022 Training: Practical Secure Code Review – Seth Law, Ken Johnson

Sanna/ September 23, 2022/ Training/ 0 comments

Ready to take your bug hunting to a deeper level? Ever been tasked with reviewing source code for SQL Injection, XSS, Access Control and other security flaws? Does the idea of reviewing code leave you with heartburn? This course introduces a proven methodology and framework for performing a secure code review, as well as addressing common challenges in modern secure code review. Short circuit your development of a custom secure code review process by gleaning from Seth & Ken’s past adventures in performing hundreds of code reviews and the lessons we’ve learned along the way. We will share a proven methodology to perform security analysis of any source code repository and suss out security flaws, no matter the size of the code base, or the framework, or the language. We asked Seth and Ken

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DeepSec 2022 Training: Deep Dive Into Malicious Office Documents For Offensive Security Professionals – Didier Stevens

Sanna/ September 13, 2022/ Conference/ 0 comments

Malicious Office documents have been on the radar for many years now. But do you know how to create and tailor them efficiently to achieve successful red team engagements? This training will first teach you how to analyse MS Office files (both “old” OLE and “new” XML formats) and PDF files, to better understand how to create them and evade detection. MS Office documents that execute code via macros. And we will take a very quick look at PDF too. Didier Stevens will teach you how to use his Python tools to analyse MS Office documents and PDF documents. Then we will move on to the creation of malicious documents, and Didier will teach you how to use his tools for Microsoft Office and PDF creation for offensive security. Several of these tools are

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DeepSec 2022 Training: Exploiting Race Conditions – Dawid Czagan

Sanna/ July 25, 2022/ Training/ 0 comments

A race condition attack is one of the most dangerous and underestimated attacks on modern web applications. It’s related to concurrency and multithreading. As a result of this attack an attacker, who has $1000 in his bank account, can transfer more than $1000 from his bank account. This is just one example, but it clearly shows how dangerous this attack is. In a free video Dawid Czagan (DeepSec instructor) will show you step by step how this attack works and will tell you how to prevent this attack from happening. Watch this free video and feel the taste of Dawid Czagan’s training ”Black Belt Pentesting / Bug Hunting Millionaire: Mastering Web Attacks with Full-Stack Exploitation” (DeepSec 2022; 15-16 November; https://deepsec.net/speaker.html#WSLOT564)   Dawid Czagan (@dawidczagan) is an internationally recognized security researcher and trainer. He is listed among the

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DeepSec 2022 Training: Bypassing Content Security Policy via ajax.googleapis.com – Dawid Czagan

Sanna/ July 21, 2022/ Training/ 0 comments

Content Security Policy (CSP) is the number one defensive technology in modern web applications. Many developers add ajax.googleapis.com to CSP definitions, because they use libraries from this very popular CDN in their web applications. The problem is that it completely bypasses the CSP and obviously you don’t want that to happen. In a free video, Dawid Czagan (DeepSec instructor) will show you step by step how your CSP can be bypassed by hackers. Watch this free video and feel the taste of Dawid Czagan’s training ”Black Belt Pentesting / Bug Hunting Millionaire: Mastering Web Attacks with Full-Stack Exploitation” (DeepSec 2022; 15-16 November; https://deepsec.net/speaker.html#WSLOT564)   Dawid Czagan (@dawidczagan) is an internationally recognized security researcher and trainer. He is listed among the top hackers at HackerOne. Dawid Czagan has found security vulnerabilities in Google, Yahoo, Mozilla, Microsoft, Twitter and other companies.

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DeepSec 2022 Training: Token Hijacking via PDF File – Dawid Czagan

Sanna/ July 20, 2022/ Training/ 0 comments

PDF files are everywhere and they can be used to hack your web application. Imagine that the attacker prepares a malicious PDF file which steals sensitive data from a user. The PDF file is uploaded to the web application, the user reads this PDF file, and finally sensitive data is exfiltrated from the user’s browser. It’s scary, isn’t it? In a free video, Dawid Czagan (your DeepSec instructor) will show you step by step how this attack works and how you can check if your web application is vulnerable to this attack. Watch this free video and feel the taste of Dawid Czagan’s training ”Black Belt Pentesting / Bug Hunting Millionaire: Mastering Web Attacks with Full-Stack Exploitation” (DeepSec 2022; 15-16 November; https://deepsec.net/speaker.html#WSLOT564)   Dawid Czagan (@dawidczagan) is an internationally recognized security researcher and trainer. He is

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DeepSec 2022 Training: Mobile Security Testing Guide Hands-On (Hybrid edition) – Sven Schleier

Sanna/ July 12, 2022/ Training/ 0 comments

This course teaches you how to analyse Android and iOS apps for security vulnerabilities, by going through the different phases of testing, including dynamic testing, static analysis and reverse engineering. Sven will share his experience and many small tips and tricks to attack mobile apps that he collected throughout his career and bug hunting adventures. We asked Sven a few more questions about his training. Please tell us the top 5 facts about your training. Learn a holistic and consistent method for testing the security of mobile apps A full Penetration Test against iOS apps can also be done on a non-jailbroken device! Learn how to bypass Anti-Frida security controls in a mobile app with… FRIDA! Focus on hands-on exercises during the training with vulnerable apps build by the trainer You just need to

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Preliminary Schedule DeepSec 2022 – Trainings

René Pfeiffer/ June 26, 2022/ Conference, Training/ 0 comments

👨‍🎓 👩‍🎓 The „full preliminary“ schedule of DeepSec 2022 is due in mid-August. Until then, we have some training options for you. The remaining trainings will be published as soon as we have the confirmation from the trainers. The following courses have been confirmed: Hacking JavaScript Desktop apps: Master the Future of Attack Vector – The desktop is the entry to organisations and companies. Employees are connected to the resources attackers look for. The training illustrates how modern desktop applications work, how they connect to the outside world, and how you can use them to gain access to the internal networks (or the cloud platforms used by the code). Mobile Security Testing Guide Hands-On – This course tells you all you need to know about the desktop-to-go versions of applications. Mobiles devices are a

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DeepSec2021 Press Release: Company Desktops as a Gateway for Digital Attacks

Sanna/ October 1, 2021/ Conference, Press

Home office relocates the digital company door across countries and cities into the living space. Teleworking has been around for over 50 years. The virtual way of working has gained a lot in importance since last year. The pandemic has increased the distance and technology for the home workplace has made a real breakthrough. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for information security. Many installations lack basic security, especially when using personal devices without company in-house configuration. The DeepSec conference and Certitude Consulting warn against the use of systems without adequate protection. Bring your own demise with private hardware The COVID-19 pandemic has created great pressure to give employees access to their work environment from home. The implementation requires careful planning and the use of secure end devices and protocols in network transmission. Popular

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DeepSec 2021 Training: Advanced Deployment and Architecture for Network Traffic Analysis – Peter Manev & Eric Leblond

Sanna/ September 6, 2021/ Training

The foundation for effective intrusion detection and response is based on proper sensor placement and configuration. Sensor placement is crucial for developing a comprehensive network security and monitoring solution. Misconfigurations and improper placement can lead to gaps in network visibility, which can allow attackers to go undetected for prolonged periods of time and to penetrate deeper into your network. In Advanced Deployment and Architecture for Network Traffic Analysis, you will learn the skills necessary to successfully design, deploy and optimize a high-performance network monitoring and security solution. Filled with hands-on exercises and comprehensive demonstrations, this class will elevate your skills to maximize your network visibility and data management with Suricata. By the end of this course you will have gained a deep technical understanding and hands on experience with Suricata’s versatile arsenal of features

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DeepSec 2021 Training: Mobile Security Testing Guide Hands-On – Sven Schleier

Sanna/ September 1, 2021/ Training

LIVE ONLINE TRAINING [Note: This training will be completely remote. This allows you to better plan your workshop commitments when booking tickets. You can also by a ticket for just attending this training (without access to the conference). In that case please write an e-mail to speaker@deepsec.net] Mobile apps are omnipresent in our lives and we are using more and more apps to support us, ranging from simple to complex daily tasks. Even though modern mobile operating systems like iOS and Android offer great functionalities to secure data storage and communication, these have to be used correctly in order to be effective. Data storage, inter-app communication, proper usage of cryptographic APIs and secure network communication are only some aspects that require careful consideration. The OWASP Mobile Security Testing Guide (MSTG) is a comprehensive manual

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DeepSec 2021 Training: Mobile Network Operations and Security – David Burgess

Sanna/ August 30, 2021/ Conference

This workshop describes security risks in mobile networks, both in the core network and in the radio network, based on case studies reported in the press. For each case, we will dig into the technical elements of what actually happened. The workshop will be especially useful for IT security people who are responsible for mobile devices but are not yet familiar with mobile network technology. The material will also be useful for anyone who works with individuals who have special security concerns, or who report on telecom security topics. The workshop will start with an overview of cellular technology in general and types of security flaws common to all mobile networks, and then proceed to specific examples for different network segments and technology types. The workshop will include demonstrations of some security failures and

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