DARK SIDE OPS 2
Do you want to be the best resource when the red team is out of options? Can you understand, research, build, and integrate advanced new techniques into existing toolkits? Challenge yourself to move beyond blog posts, how-to’s, and simple payloads. Let’s start simulating real world threats with real world methodology.
The front lines of real-world attacks move faster than defenses can keep
up. Public exploits, proof of concepts, defensive bypasses, attack
methodologies, and “tricks of the trade” are readily available. To
match, sophisticated adversaries are constantly building custom code,
integrating public research, and researching 0-day techniques for their
operations. Do you want to be the best resource when the red team is out
of options? Can you understand, research, build, and integrate advanced
new techniques into existing toolkits? Challenge yourself to move beyond
blog posts, how-to’s, and simple payloads.
This course extends the Silent Break Security training series, “Custom
Pen Testing” and “Malware Dev”, by furthering participants’ abilities to
think, operate, and develop tools just like sophisticated, real-world
attackers. This includes the research of defensive bypasses,
implementation of public research, and modification of toolkits to
accomplish operational goals. If you want to 1) build confidence in your
offensive approach and capabilities, 2) learn about and implement the
techniques of stealthy malware and backdoors, and 3) achieve the
operational results of a sophisticated adversary, then Dark Side Ops 2:
Adversary Simulation is for you.
This course was updated Fall 2019.
and injest the latest offensive techniques into custom toolkits
and discover unpublished execution techniques
a rootkit and explore network traffic triggers for code execution
flexible staging and code injection techniques
.NET applications to identify 0-day vulnerabilities
and bypass “next-generation” endpoint protections
and perform stealthy user-land persistence techniques
versatile malware, backdoors, and loaders to diversify your toolset and capabilities
Participants will receive source code to a variety of offensive tools, including custom shells, backdoors, C2 listening posts, and client-side exploitation techniques. To reinforce the knowledge provided through instruction, the modification and creation of the code is the focal point of every lab, allowing participants to take materials home for continued use.