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Adding Simulated Users to Your Pentesting Lab with PowerShell - Chris Myers Barrett Adams (BSidesCharm 2018) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Adding Simulated Users to Your Pentesting Lab with PowerShell

Chris Myers Barrett Adams
@swizzlez_ (Chris) @peewpw (Barrett)

BSidesCharm 2018
http://www.bsidescharm.com

Pentesting labs tend to have isolated boxes representing specific vulnerabilities. This doesn’t do a great job of mimicking real world networks which have active users and network activity. We created a tool set to introduce simulated users to a lab environment which enables us to accurately model real world corporate networks and allows for additional attack vectors to be explored in a safe setting. During this talk we’ll go over the major functions of the tool and showcase its capabilities with a live demonstration.

Chris is an experienced penetration tester and red teamer who's led a diverse range of red team assessments: from internal networks, to spear-phishing exercises, to web and mobile applications. These assessments have given him exposure in a breadth of industries (pharma, finance, healthcare, technology, etc.) through which he's developed a unique perspective of the current information security landscape. His areas of interest include exploit development, offensive security training and education, and automation and tool development.

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