Good news for all Students of our Penetration Testing Professional version 3 – PTPv3 training course. Our team of IT Security researchers just activated 10 additional virtual labs! You can now practice even more challenging scenarios covering network security and web application security.
This November, develop your offensive and defensive skills in network security, web app security, mobile app security, and software reverse engineering. Enroll into any of our exciting online IT security training courses and you will be upgraded to the next better Edition at no additional cost!
The Top 5 Hackme’s for the month of October have been published. Top spot goes to Very basic SQL injection.
Hackme is a virtual space where application security experts and enthusiasts can learn hacking skills through various challenges. What makes hackme great is that when you activate a challenge, a new sandbox will be created.
A Man in the Middle (MITM) attack is a type of attack where the hacker gets in the middle of a communication between the victim and the server/service.
Our rockstar IT security researcher, Davide “GiRa” Girardi, shows you how to launch an advanced Man in the Middle (MITM) attack even if the network is using static ARP tables or if dynamic ARP inspection is enabled.
This month, we are bundling two of our best-selling online training-courses together, Penetration Testing Professional to learn network pentesting and Web Application Penetration Testing to learn web app pentesting. These two courses are in the Elite Edition and we call it The Elite Pentester Bundle.
San Francisco, CA – eLearnSecurity took part in the AppSecUSA 2015 which is an event organized by The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) and is running on its 12th year. Information security experts, developers, industry leaders and IT security enthusiasts gather on this four-day conference held in San Francisco.
Apple’s App Store has been compromised and millions of affected iPad and iPhone users are at risk. A vulnerability named XcodeGhost has been reported which functions by adding malicious code to mobile applications that have been built with an infected version of Xcode – Apple’s development environment for iOS.
eLearnSecurity will be at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco for OWASP’s Appsec USA event on September 22-25, 2015. This is the 12th edition of the premier application security conference that gathers developers, infosec experts and industry leaders to discuss current trends in the application and information security industry.