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It is imperative that companies deploy valuable security techniques to combat threats to Windows, the most common network operating system used throughout the world. As a security professional, you will learn from a hacker’s perspective how architectural vulnerabilities are assessed and how to deploy effective countermeasures.
The Ultimate Hacking: Windows Security course from Foundstone utilizes the latest commercial and freeware programs to simulate breaches and responses, allowing you to add these tools and techniques to your network security arsenal.
This course will give you the ultimate comparison of classic Windows attacks directed at Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 networks. Using the unique Foundstone hands-on approach and an innovative parallel learning technique, you will execute all demonstrations, labs, and techniques against Windows 2000 servers and Windows 2003 servers in parallel. Windows XP will be your attack platform.
Ever wondered how Microsoft addressed the null session enumeration problem in Windows 2003 and what exactly it looks like? Do L0phtcrack and John the Ripper still crack Windows 2003 passwords? Can you sniff login credentials between XP Professional and Windows 2003 servers, even with Kerberos? How does Internet Connection Firewall work and what are its limitations? Get the answers to these and many other Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 questions in a hands-on environment with the experts from Foundstone.
Because Windows is increasingly deployed in corporate computing architectures, these network operating systems come with a distinct set of security issues and vulnerabilities. This course gives participants both the raw knowledge and the hands-on experience to secure these systems within their organizations.
Uniquely qualified to present this material, Foundstone’s management team and training staff have performed hundreds of security assessments for Fortune 500 companies. These expert instructors have exceptional professional backgrounds, including experience at Big Five consulting firms, government agencies, the Air Force Information Warfare Center, and on Wall Street. Members of the instructor team authored the best-selling “Hacking Exposed: Network Security Secrets & Solutions” and write a weekly column for InfoWorld magazine. They are also invited speakers at industry conferences such as Interop, USENIX, RSA, and the Black Hat Briefings.
This course is for system and network administrators, security personnel, auditors, and consultants concerned with Windows security. Basic Windows 2000 competency is required for this course to be fully beneficial.
This course qualifies for up to 24 hours of continuing professional education (CPE) credits for Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)/Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP), and 21 hours of CPE credits for Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)/Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) holders.