Context hosts privilege escalation training at BruCON
Context will be providing training at the BRUCON Spring Trainings from 19th – 21st April 2017 on Windows Breakout & Privilege Escalation, taking place in Gent, Belgium. Francesco Mifsud, Security Consultant & Jason Cook, Senior Security Consultant will be delivering the 3 day course.
This course, previously delivered at DEFCON 24, aims to provide hands-on knowledge which can be directly applied against locked down environments in the field. It will provide
attendees with the required knowledge to perform post-exploitation actions on
locked down Windows machines. Tools, tips and techniques will be shared to break
out of restrictive execution environments and escalate privileges from a low
level user to SYSTEM on modern Windows operating systems. Contrary to common
perception, Windows machines can be really well locked down if they are
configured with care. As such, attackers will need to dig deep in order to
break out of restrictive environments and escalate privileges.
BruCON’s Spring Training takes place in addition to its annual conference that takes place in October each year and provides the opportunity for open discussions of critical infosec issues, privacy, information technology and its cultural/technical implications on society. Organised in Belgium, BruCON offers a high quality line up of speakers, security challenges and interesting workshops. BruCON is a conference organised by and for the security community.
For a full course description and details of how to register, visit the BruCON website.