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MITRE ATT&CK research company documents all the technical behaviors of real level attackers and makes them available to the public.

Implementation of penetration testing steps for web applications and smartphone operating systems will all be done by following the Web Security Testing and Mobile Security Testing guidelines.

Learning the necessary expertise allows the researcher to spend their free time discovering vulnerabilities and receiving cash prizes by participating in collections such as HackerOne.

The ZDI program is about supporting researchers who are always interested in discovering zero-day vulnerabilities, this program provides a good opportunity to earn high income in dollars.

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Advanced Training Courses

Web Penetration Testing

In this course, we will look at all the vulnerabilities associated with web applications and proprietary web services. These vulnerabilities will be tested in black box and white box. In Black Box mode, special Web Fuzzing and Web Crawling techniques can be used. The process of preparing laboratory environments to detect vulnerabilities will also be in the form of a White Box, which can lead to the emergence of critical level vulnerabilities and the chain of Remote Code Execution attacks.

Mobile Penetration Testing

In this course, we will deal with both Android and iOS operating systems and will cover the core and user level binary vulnerabilities, including the Use After Free vulnerability in the IPC Binder driver. Also, how to exploit and bypass the defense mechanisms of the operating systems based on ARM processors, will be checked. Finally, other vulnerabilities that occur at the application level will be trained .

Cloud Penetration Testing

In this course, we will explain the vulnerabilities in the three levels of infrastructure, software and platform, as well as how to work with Microsoft Azure infrastructure, Amazon AWS cloud service and Google GCP cloud space. We’ll look at potential vulnerabilities in the use of cloud applications such as Kubernetes and the like in addition to familiarity with network infrastructure. Cloud computing at three levels of SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS and their vulnerabilities will also be described.

Network Penetration Testing

We will describe all common network routing and communication protocols, and their vulnerabilities, and evaluate how to exploit them. In the following, logical vulnerabilities that can occur due to incorrect configuration or lack of proper defense mechanisms will also be examined. The most important part of this course will be the reverse engineering of network-based drivers such as the SMB and RDP protocols. The techniques used to bypass defense mechanisms will also be described.

Wireless Penetration Testing

In this course, we will fully describe common attacks on wireless networks, and various scenarios of their exploitation, such as methods of breaking encryption and discovering text-based passwords. Other methods of detecting vulnerabilities in wireless network protocols and how to exploit them is another topic that is taught. How to work with hardware and cellular network architecture such as MSC and SS7 will also be one of the highlights of this course, which will be addressed theoretically.

IoT Penetration Testing

In this course, students will be introduced to exploiting methods in the MIPS processor architecture. Other architectures such as x86 and ARM will also be discussed. This tutorial starts with the principles of MIPS architecture and then deals with another architecture in the field of IoT. After which, you will be taught how to write exploit codes. Techniques of Return oriented programming (ROP) and other techniques based on Python language will also be used to bypass common defense mechanisms such as ASLR and DEP.

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Offensive Simulation

One way to increase the level of security in an organization is to implement various scenarios of advanced level cyberattacks in a simulated way and assessing all infrastructure vulnerabilities of defense security using a combination of penetration testing and red team expertise, These assessments are based on the techniques of the Advanced Persistent Threat teams. Plans such as the invisibility of attack files against defense mechanisms and filtering of the communication channel with the command line must also be implemented, this allows the Security Operations Center (SOC) to be evaluated to show predictable responses to a real attack.

Bug Hunter

Bug hunters are always looking to detect vulnerabilities and focus on coding errors, so using the potential of bug hunters along with other security mechanisms can be a good option for detecting holes that are a major cause of a cyberattack. Bug bounty programs use the same strategy, and companies, along with all their defense mechanisms, take full advantage of the potential of bug hunters. Our research team always strengthens itself in this field by participating in CTF competitions and bug bounty programs, so it can serve customers with a dedicated bug detection program.

Defensive Operation

One of the requirements of any organization is to use defensive solutions, which means that along with the deployment of defense devices and software such as NIDS \ HIDS and EDR, the technical potentials of the specialized forces should be used. Experts in the field of defense security are divided into two branches: the blue team and forensic. Blue team experts set up, configure and monitor the defense mechanisms. The digital forensic team is complementary to the blue team experts who are responsible for threat hunting and gathering threat information. Another task of forensic teams is to perform reverse engineering, which performs neutralization operations when ransomware is used in an attack.


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