Target audience: System administrators, information security specialists and -managers and any other IT personnel that is not afraid of the shell or command prompt.
Length: 25 academic hours
The prerequisite for issuing the certificate is full participation in training.
The training topics and description:
Hands-on Hacking Advanced (HOHA) is a follow-up to our Hands-on Hacking Essentials (HOHE) training. While HOHE is an eye-opening “shock therapy” training mostly for defenders, HOHA introduces more of the attacker and red teaming perspective. While the training still focuses mostly on the individual skills of participants, we will introduce red team team-working mode towards the end of the training with team servers and beacon servers.
While HOHE was intentionally built around totally freely available tools, HOHA is mostly built around Cobalt Strike (a commercial and red teaming oriented version of Armitage which we use in HOHE). Since Clarified Security team uses Cobalt Strike in red teaming for large-scale cyber exercises, mostly for client-side attacks, this training derives from these practical experiences and makes such training with red teaming twist available for wider audiences.
With HOHA course we build on our (pre-requisite) HOHE training and deliver 3 days of first-hand, pure hacking experience where a large „Network Takeover” scenario takes a center stage and teamworking mode sets in towards the end.
Information in Clarified Security homepage.
You can participate in the training with the Unemployment Insurance Fund training card.
See you at the training!