Join our free webinar with the creator of Exploit Pack, Juan Sacco!
Webinar date and time: Saturday, January 30th, @11 AM EST.
Juan will give a presentation on penetration testing with Exploit Pack and answer your questions. Exploit Pack is the next generation framework for Exploit Development and Penetration Testing. Do you want to point, click, and root, or do you want to be a security professional and understand what is behind your code? During this webinar you will learn how to conduct a pentest using this revolutionary tool that will help you during the process, Sit back and relax we have you covered.
Juan has done a course on how to use Exploit pack on our website, you can find it here: Exploit Pack Training
Remember, if you finish the course successfully, you get a free version of Professional Pack from Juan!
We have a limited number of seats available, so don’t wait too long to sign up - join and come hang out with us, it’s going to be fun and informative.
Author of the Exploit Pack.
Exploit Writer and Reverse Engineer, worked at Core Security, NOD32, Homeland Security (ARG) and others security related organizations.
About Exploit Pack:
Exploit Pack uses an advanced software-defined interface that supports rapid reconfiguration to adapt exploit codes to the constantly evolving threat environment. Our technologies allow you to rapidly tests and defend against hostile remote targets.
The mission of Exploit Pack is to process and exploit security issues, gain access and report incidents in a technical report to help defend against hostile systems.
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