Want to understand SQL injection and how it effects your applications? Ever wanted to know how attackers can gain access to your web server? This class will take you from injection to system access.
This class ran by 801 Labs will consist of multiple scenarios on injection techniques and show you how to implement web shells.
The main target technology of the class is the Linux Apache MySQL PHP Stack (LAMP).
This is intended for beginners and will start at a basic level and will not require previous knowledge of PHP code. A basic understand of SQL syntax is highly recommended. Please work on understanding the difference between SELECT,INSERT,UPDATE,DELETE queries and how to connect to a MySQL instance from a Linux CLI.
A laptop capable of running a Virtual Machine (VM). The VM will be of an OVA format and the class will focus on using virtual box. A basic understanding of Linux command line and system management is required. Please bring your own laptop one will not be provided for you.
All funds raised from this event go to help run and manage the 801 Labs Hacker Space.
Where: 801 Labs
What: First annual Locktoberfest where we will pop and lock while locks get popped. Come out and learn how to lockpick or hone your skills on more advanced locks. We will have a WIDE variety of locks and picks to play with.
Analysis of recent malware that has caused the Secret Service, Department of homeland security and US-CERT to issue press releases about it. We’ll take a look at the tools that were used to compromise companies like Target, Nemun Marcus, and 1000+ merchants this year. We’ll also discuss how to prevent you from becoming a victim.
Friday Oct 3rd at 7:00 PM @ 801 Labs 440 S 700 E Unit #102 , Salt Lake City, UT
So you want to setup a back door? Have you ever wondered how its done and what you can do to detect back doors on your network and operating systems? Ever wanted to setup a back door to prank a friend?. This presentations will do just that.
Reverse Engineering and Assembly Hackers Group night – This will the first of an on going assembly hackers meeting where each month we will work on assembly language related projects or watch a video on reverse engineering. The goal of the group is improve on our understanding of binaries and machine languages.