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Expanding Your Toolbox the DIY Way - Chris Maddalena Converge 2016 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Expanding Your Toolbox the DIY Way
Chris Maddalena
@cmaddalena

This presentation will walk through these tools and how they can help you. However, the discussion will also include the benefits of developing your own tools and how you can get started using GitHub, working on your own tools, and start looking at the tools you use every day in a different way.A year of phishing and pen testing has resulted in two new tools. One for the creation of phishing emails and another for automating common OSINT and pen testing tasks. Each tool will be available on GitHub, free and open source. This presentation will walk through these tools and how they can help you. However, the discussion will also include the benefits of developing your own tools and how you can get started using GitHub, working on your own tools, and start looking at the tools you use every day in a different way.

As an Information Security Consultant, Chris Maddalena designs educational phishing campaigns, conducts penetration tests, and provides security training for his employer's clients. Chris earned his Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) certification and remains an active member of the security community through conferences and #misec. He is a cybersecurity evangelist and speaks often at security and development conferences. Chris has worked in the IT field for more than 10 years, with experience in quality assurance and network and systems administration roles.



This presentation will walk through these tools and how they can help you. However, the discussion will also include the benefits of developing your own tools and how you can get started using GitHub, working on your own tools, and start looking at the tools you use every day in a different way.A year of phishing and pen testing has resulted in two new tools. One for the creation of phishing emails and another for automating common OSINT and pen testing tasks. Each tool will be available on GitHub, free and open source. This presentation will walk through these tools and how they can help you. However, the discussion will also include the benefits of developing your own tools and how you can get started using GitHub, working on your own tools, and start looking at the tools you use every day in a different way.

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