A manual for the very basics of how a network works. It contains critical knowledge on the important facets of a network to get an understanding of framing, routing, TCP, UDP, ICMP, ARP, and DNS. It is a requisite to fully understand many of the other presentations.
The basics of using Ettercap to enumerate and stage limited control over a network. It includes the details of ARP cache poisoning, DNS spoofing, and TLS stripping.
A manual for how computer networks on the high level. It includes the basic devices for creating a computer network, how to secure a computer network, and the function of core network services.
A guide on the different types of firewalling, how to properly configure common firewalls, and how to bypass poorly configured firewalls.
A look into more advanced firewall techniques and functions.
The basics of how a replay attack works, common uses of a replay attack, and how to prevent a replay attack in your web application.
How to use Bettercap, a useful MITM tool, to sniff network traffic and much more.
Introduction to Unix Sockets.