The courses below were all published in 2015 or earlier. While we stand by pubishing them then, we’ve grown so much since. We recognize that these workshops don’t exactly meet our standards, as we understand them today.
All classes are available within our premium membership, and have adjusted CPE awards to reflect their respective contents. If you join, please keep in mind that some of the information inside might be outdated or not relevant. We’ll be adding notes at the beginning of each course to let you know what’s worth checking out in each!
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Welcome to the workshop on Linux exploit development. In this workshop, we will explore how you can work on exploit development while being on Linux as an operating system. To complete this workshop, you are supposed to have prerequisite requirements in Linux as an operating system.
Certificate of completion, no CPE credits
Knowledge of TCP/IP protocols
Basic knowledge of Linux as an Operating System
Prior hands-on experience with Linux
Sound Knowledge of “C” programming on Linux
Understand socket programming
- The course is self-paced – you can visit the training whenever you want and your content will be there.
- Once you’re in, you keep access forever, even when you finish the course.
- There are no deadlines, except for the ones you set for yourself.
Module 1: SETTING UP THE LINUX ENVIRONMENT
- Setup VM for Ubuntu
- What is GCC?
What is GDB?
Module 2: LINUX BASICS AND COMMAND LINE
Linux Key Components
- Different types of Shell
- Linux File System
- What is Inodes?
- Command Description
Module 3: BUFFER OVERFLOWS
- What is Buffer Overflow?
- Types of Buffer Overflows
- How to Mitigate Buffer Overflows?
Why you should learn about buffer overflows?
Methods for Buffer overflows testing
Module 4: VULNERABLE CODE IN "C" LANGUAGE
Debugging on Linux with GDB
Overwriting EIP register
Module 5: EXPLOITING THE VULNERABLE CODE ON LINUX
Download shellcode generator
Coding our Exploit
- EIP Value to be used
- Workshop eBook