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Weaponizing N-Day- A Crash Course on Exploit Development

  • Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 12:00 PM EDT (2020-05-27 16:00:00 UTC)
  • David Cowen, Evan Anderson


  • Randori

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Blue teams are often sent scrambling whenever a new critical vulnerability drops. Unfortunately, while teams are busy clarifying if they are exposed, hackers are already working against you. Join Evan Anderson, Director of Offense at Randori on May 27th, as he breaks down how he and his team analyze N-Day vulnerabilities, develop POCs and cut through the FUD of exploitability claims made on twitter to triage N-Day claims and weaponize those deemed viable into stable, deployable exploits. Attendees will leave the webinar with instructions on how to develop their own custom exploit and the steps needed to duplicate the lab in their environment.

Speaker Bios

David Cowen

Certified SANS instructor for FOR500: Windows Forensic Analysis, has been working in digital forensics and incident response since 1999 and is writing a new course for SANS. David has investigated thousands of systems in the public and private sectors involving everything from revealing insider threats to providing the evidence to put cybercriminals behind bars. He is active in the community, making presentations; hosting Forensic Lunch, a digital forensics and incident response podcast and live YouTube show; creating the award-winning "Hacking Exposed: Computer Forensics Blog"; authoring several books on digital forensics and conducting research on file system journaling forensics. David holds the CISSP and GIAC Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) certifications.

Evan Anderson

Director of Offense at Randori. He has over 15 years of experience in red teaming, vulnerability research and exploit development and is a long time member of the NCCDC Red Team. Prior to co-founding Randori, he worked at Kyrus Technologies supporting commercial and federal projects

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