Hack Yourself First: How to go on the Cyber-OffenceSecurity
Cyber-attacks have become a reality of running software on the web today. We find ourselves under a constant barrage of malicious activity from hacktivists, online criminals and increasingly, nation states. Successful attacks from these adversaries are predominantly via flaws in the software products they target – flaws that could have been prevented by developers understanding how online attackers work and what the appropriate defensive measures are.
"Hack Yourself First" is all about building up defensive skills in developers. It looks at security from the attacker's perspective and takes them through the steps necessary to exploit vulnerable software on the web so that they can experience hacking first hand. Workshop participants are set specific goals they must complete that involve probing for risks and then exploiting discrete vulnerabilities in a specially built vulnerable application. The interactive nature of the workshop means that multiple attack vectors are usually identified across the spectrum of participants and each person contributes their own unique perspective as to how specific risks are exploited.
The objective of the workshop is that each person walks away with demonstrated experience across a broad spectrum of specific risks. They not only learn about but also demonstrate practical experience across a range of different vulnerabilities targeted to the specific needs of the group.
Any software developer who wants to get a better understanding what is going on in cyber space if it comes to hacking and cracking of systems. This workshop enables you to take a pro-active approach and you learn how hackers will try to break your system. This workshop will be an eye opener for most developers and it is the starting point of becoming a better developer. It all starts with awareness and improving your own habits. So start hacking yourself first, to become a better developer!
Attendees will need to bring a computer with the following software installed.
Windows users please install
MAC users please install
Charles Proxy: http://www.charlesproxy.com/download/
If possible please also bring your smart phone.
09:00 - 17:00
1. SQL injection
2. Cross site scripting
3. Cross site request forgery
5. Session hijacking
6. Account enumeration
7. Transport layer security
8. API security
9. Mobile services integration
10. Brute force attacks
11. Passwords cracking
12. Parameter tampering
13. Attack automation
14. Dynamic analysis