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eLearnSecurity Cyber Security News Roundup: May 28

Malware and Web Application Security and Phishing OH MY!

eLearnSecurity Launches Malware Analysis Professional Course

eLearnSecurity officially launched our latest cyber security training course, Malware Analysis Professional (MAP) on May 19. As malware continues to plague modern industry, many organizations struggle to comprehend the effects of an attack, where the vulnerability started and the consequences of such a breach. 

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Pentesting 101: Fingerprinting

by Hisomeru

Introduction to Fingerprinting

So far in the introduction to penetration testing series of articles, we have covered non-intrusive ways of gathering intelligence on a target network. Using Technical and Human OSINT helped create a picture of the target network that is subject to a penetration test through unobtrusive means.

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Conversations with Cyber Security Professionals: Steph and Sec

eLearnSecurity sat down with Stephanie Ihezukwu, known online as Steph and Sec. She serves as a Lead for WoSEC Houston and served as lead for WISP at last year’s DefCon. She speaks at security conferences on various topics. She co-hosts a “happy hour” inspired podcast called Coolest Nerds in the Room, where she leads conversations based on the lives of people in tech.

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eLearnSecurity Cyber Security News Roundup: May 11

New IoT and ransomware threats headline this week’s top stories. Plus a brand new malware course from eLearnSecurity.

eLearnSecurity releasing Malware Analysis Professional on May 19

With the rapid development of malware, many businesses are struggling to defend their network against malicious software and quickly analyze and eliminate attacks.

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Introducing Malware Analysis Professional

eLearnSecurity is excited to announce a new addition to our industry-leading arsenal of cyber security courses: Malware Analysis Professional (MAP).

MAP introduces students to the complex world of malware, how cyber security professionals use various tools to dissect malicious software, and the knowledge needed to analyze intrusions.

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Pentesting 101: Human OSINT Continued

eLearnSecurity’s guide to penetration testing fundamentals continues with more information on human OSINT

Google and file searches on a website are good ways to accomplish manual Human OSINT. However, most penetration testers like automation. There is a tool called “Maltego” that automates many of the search processes one would use on multiple search engines and social media platforms.

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