Context showcases new open source tool to hone pentest skills at Black Hat USA 2020

10 Jul 2020

Rohan Durve, senior consultant, will present an open source solution for creating lab environments for practising penetration testing tools, techniques and procedures (TTPs) at Black Hat. 

The solution called Dynamic Labs will be showcased at Black Hat’s virtual event on 6 August as part of the Arsenal line-up of the latest open source tools and products.
Dynamic Labs is built using Terraform and Ansible for deployment on Amazon Web Services or Azure infrastructures. For individuals seeking to practice specific techniques, the lab comes with a pre-built ‘Alfa’ template that can be used to practice common TTPs in isolation. 
Experienced blue and red teamers can use it to test or demonstrate specific attacks or attack paths, while beginners can use it to take a structured approach to learning Active Directory weaknesses. Instructors that are seeking to deliver red teaming training can also build their own custom templates for combining these defined weaknesses into an instructor-led, directed attack path.
This year, the Arsenal demos can be viewed by anyone with a free Black Hat business pass. Rohan Durve’s (@Decode141) presentation takes place at 10am Pacific Time (GMT -7) on Thursday 6 August. More information here.

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