How do you call a server that is up just to receive your code, and run it?
And by “code”, I mean your nasty code.
We called it Hack.me and we are really excited to have it launched in closed Beta to a bunch of passionate developers, who are already pouring lines and lines of vulnerable applications in it.
Yesterday we’ve announced our craziest project ever. We’ll release it on October 9th.
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Ever since the first time I envisioned a platform where vulnerable web applications could be created and shared much like you do with a Mobile App on the Apple Store, me and Domenico Quaranta (@domequaranta), creator of Coliseum, would relentlessly put down notes and ideas on how this platform should have looked like.
Tools: Nessus, Metasploit, Nmap, proxychains.
Attention: In our tests proxychains works only on 32 bit Backtrack 5
One of the best features that Metasploit offers is the ability of “pivoting”. With this technique, an attacker can use a compromised machine as a “pivot” to attack other machines in the same or in other networks that the compromised host can reach.
Two months after the release of our Penetration testing course Professional v2, it’s time to uncover all the details and fantastic learning opportunities of our training course and Hera lab.
On May 29th I will personally walk you through our Penetration testing course and Virtual Labs, giving a live demo and answering all your questions (Yes you can ask live questions).
eLearnSecurity is proud to announce the immediate availability of the new Penetration Testing Course Professional v2 and the new Virtual Labs called Hera.
Version 1 of our training course has had over 2,000 students from 82 different countries in the world and professionals Military agencies and Fortune 50.