Webcast - Penetration testing ninjitsu with Ed Skoudis of SANS

Wednesday, 1 October 2008, 12:07 AM EST

Join Core Security and SANS instructor Ed Skoudis to learn about Windows command line penetration testing techniques.

We’ll begin by looking at some of the motivations for proactively identifying and exploiting security flaws before the bad guys do – and then take a deep dive into useful tips that you can use in your own testing initiatives. Specifically, you’ll learn techniques for leveraging the Windows command shell on a compromised machine to scan and test other systems on the network.

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