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Hack the Whale Reloaded!

Simon Pietro Romano featuring Marco Ferrigno, Gaetano Perrone & Gabriele Previtera

Lunedì 29 gennaio 2018 dalle 14:00 alle 18:00 (CET)

Hack the Whale Reloaded!

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Hack the Whale is a hands-on, tutorial oriented hacking event aimed at allowing network security students and passionates to familiarize with state-of-the art penetration testing techniques.

The idea is to leverage latest fashion virtualization techniques in order to:

  • reproduce real-world networking scenarios;
  • build ad-hoc, customized networking playgrounds involving both vulnerable nodes/services and malicious users/tools;
  • provide lab participants with low-cost, COTS-based, easily reproducible networking tools:
    • Real guns...but loaded with blanks!

The event is split in two sessions. This is the latter session and is aimed at allowing all of the participants to have a real-world hacking experience! We will touch upon all of the phases of a network-based attack: footprinting, scanning, enumeration, exploitation and privilege escalation.

The lab will be conducted in a containerized environment. To the purpose, we will provide all of the participants with a fresh intallation of the Docker Security Playground (DSP -- https://github.com/giper45/DockerSecurityPlayground/). DSP is an open-source architecture, developed in-house at the University of Napoli Federico II, leveraging a microservices-based approach in order to build complex network infrastructures specifically tailored to the study of network security. DSP has been conceived at the outset as a tool for learning network security with a hands-on approach. A number of security labs have been already realized and made available in a public repository. For the "Hack the Whale Reloaded" event we will make available an ad hoc designed lab closely mimicking a real-world networking environment that the lab participants will have to hack through a sequence of properly designed attack activities. It'll be lots of fun, promised!

"Hack The Whale Reloaded!" will be held at the Apple Developer Academy in Napoli, as part of the Academy "Master Class" activities. It is both a lab and a cross-fertilization experiment. The idea of the lab, which will be shaped as an educational Capture The Flag (CTF) event, perfectly matches the metaphor of the challenge representing the core of the Academy activities. Cross fertilization, on the other hand, derives from the fact that we are inviting to the Academy both Federico II students who are attending the Network Security class at the University of Napoli Federico II and security enthusiasts who sympathize with the well-known NaLUG (Napoli GNU/Linux Users Group) community. 

"Hack The Whale Reloaded!" will be structured as a collaborative lab. Participants will be organized in groups and will be invited to carry out practical activities driving them towards the final objective in a stepwise fashion. All activities will be led and mentored by (in rigorous alphabetical order!) Marco Ferrigno, Gaetano Perrone and Gabriele Previtera. Marco is a renowned security professional and evangelist. Gaetano is a former Federico II student, a professional "pentester" and the author of the DSP project code. Gabriele is a young Computer Engineering student with a passion for security and a flair for practical work.

 

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Apple Developer Academy
Corso Nicolangelo Protopisani 70
80146 Napoli
Italia

Lunedì 29 gennaio 2018 dalle 14:00 alle 18:00 (CET)


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Simon Pietro Romano featuring Marco Ferrigno, Gaetano Perrone & Gabriele Previtera

Simon Pietro Romano is a passionate network security professor and researcher at the University of Napoli Federico II. He has since long embraced a "learning-by-example" approach while teaching his classes. Such an approach perfectly fits the disrupting CBL (Challenge Based Learning) paradigm which forms the basis of all education activities at the Apple Developer Academy in Naples, for which Simon is currently playing the role of the managing co-director. 


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