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The Pentesters Framework (PTF) - The easy way to roll your own distro - Dave Kennedy Derbycon 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

The Pentesters Framework (PTF) - The easy way to roll your own distro
Dave Kennedy
Derbycon 2015

As a pentester, our tools are something we rely heavily upon. When doing pentest after pentest, keeping tools up to date with the latest and greatest is important. I noticed a need from other distributions where tools would be out of date on a regular basis, so I decided to create a framework or the masses. The PenTesters Framework (PTF) is a framework designed to allow you to centralize all of your tools in one central location, keep them up to date, and make it easy for a pentester to have access to the latest and greatest at a drop of a dime. PTF is an easy framework, adding modules takes minutes, and is an easy interface to learn (based off msfconsole). As a pentester, PTF is a must Ð come by this talk to see PTF in action, how to use it, and the latest and greatest features both new and upcoming.

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