This semester's Georgia Tech GreyHat Club Applied track will be a series of lectures and
hands-on labs covering ethical hacking and penetration testing.
The goal of this seminar is to create security-minded programmers and to encourage secure code.
We've composed a syllabus for the semester containing administrative details, learning objectives, and tips for obtaining maximum benefit from the class.
You can find the syllabus on Google Drive.
Slack: #applied on GreyHat Club Slack (use your @gatech.edu email).
188.8.131.52:1000 (connect with netcat)
All materials are on GitHub.
Meetings will take place Mondays at 6:30 in College of Computing Building, Room 017 (in the basement)
|Intro & Kali Linux||13 January|
|Martin Luther King, Jr. Day||20 January|
|Reconnaissance: Information Gathering and Enumeration||27 January|
|Exploitation: Frontend web attacks||3 February|
|Exploitation: Backend web attacks||10 February|
|Exploitation: Attacking WiFi||17 February|
|Lab Review Session for Weeks 1-5||24 February|
|Exploitation: Attacking programs||2 March|
|Exploitation: Password attacks, malware, and social engineering||9 March|
|Spring Break||16 March|
|Exploitation: Attacking systems with Metasploit||30 March|
|Post-Exploitation: Privilege Escalation & Lateral Movement||6 April|
|Pentesting Lab||6 April - whenver my Google Cloud Platform credit runs out|
|CTF Review||13 April|