Security components in LinuxLX-Security

Currently there are no scheduled dates

Available on demand, at time and place convenient to you, for groups of at least 5 participants.

exempt from VAT

Price: £ 1490

refreshments included

computer station included

Categories: Linux administration, Networking, Security

An intensive workshop dedicated to security mechanisms available in Linux, including the basics of circumventing those mechanisms with examples of attacker’s code hiding techniques.
This workshop is recommended for both administrators and system security testers.
Topics presented during this workshop might also be useful for Linux administrators in big institutions. The acquired knowledge will be helpful when it comes to avoiding “catching” the so-called “nasty surprises” on servers. These are not only individually aimed attacks, but also the common bugs spreading through outdated or not secured “overlooked” machines which can happen extremely easily especially in big environments.

Duration

4 days

Agenda

  1. Strengthening mechanisms
    • SELinux
    • GRSec
    • AppArmor
    • chroot/sandbox/LXC
    • ASLR
    • PaX
  2. Advanced compilation techniques
    • position independent code
    • optimalisations, strengthening
  3. Security bypassing techniques
    • escaping chroot
    • bypassing ASLR
  4. Code hiding methods
    • based on the kernel module
    • not based on the kernel module
  5. Honeypots
    • structure
    • detection

Download as PDF

Audience and prerequisites

Medium-advanced knowledge of Linux systems.

Certificates

Course participants receive completion certificates signed by ALX.

See also:

There are currently no entries

Enter your e-mail address and we will notify you about future dates

Question?

Ask us anything about this training

* I hereby give my consent to the processing of my personal data by ALX Training Ltd. for the purpose of this request.