[TriLUG-announce] February 10 meeting: Hacking with Backtrack4 and Metasploit
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Title: Hacking with Backtrack4 and Metasploit
Time and Place: February 10, 2011, 7pm, at Red Hat HQ
Presenter: Ryan Linn
When we deploy Linux servers on the Internet, they are exposed to the
entire world, and they may be vulnerable to attacks. How can we know
that they are secure?
As part of the security team at SAS, Ryan Linn tests systems against
vulnerabilities, and he recommends ways to mitigate the risks. The tools
that he uses are open source, and very sophisticated.
Ryan will introduce us to Backtrack4, the LiveCD with hacking in mind.
He will show us how to use the tools to scan a network for vulnerable
machines, test a target machine against a list of known vulnerabilities,
and how to take control over a machine. PWN3D.
The world-wide Internet - you will never find a more wretched hive of
scum and villainy. Backtrack4 is a must-have tool for anyone planning to
put a computer into that environment.
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