IT/Dev Connections 2015 Online Session Recordings
The Security Package
Get up-to-date on security with the most popular sessions from IT/Dev Connections 2015. From Web APIs to SysInternals, this is a must-have training package. Order this package today!
A Security Tester's Toolbox
Presented by Niall Merrigan
Kali, Backbox, Metasploit, BeEF: All tools in an arsenal to break through security barriers. This talk gives you an introduction and demos of the tools and how they can be used to get through your defenses. It's more a massive demo than a talk, as well as an exploration of the available programs and what they can do, to help you understand how to spot problems and defend against them. Niall covers recon, exploitation, and maintenance of exploits. This session is geared toward developers, IT pros, and those with an interest in learning more about security tools and practices.
Advanced Web APIs
Presented by Sam Nasr
The ASP.NET Web API framework allows a single web service to communicate with multiple clients in various formats such as XML and JSON directly over HTTP. The architecture is designed to support applications built with REST, but it doesn't force new applications to use a REST-style architecture. In this session Sam discusses various ways of creating and consuming Web APIs, different output formats, including BSON, and tools for testing and debugging.
Advanced User Profile Management in Windows
Presented by Adnan Hendricks
We live in a user-centric world. Learn from Adnan's personal field notes on how to best ensure a smooth user experience in the enterprise. Explore an enterprise-scale user state virtualization solution that delivers a user’s personal Windows experience across multiple devices, showcasing simplicity in deployment and easy integration with other management tools.
Malware Hunting with the Sysinternals Tools
Presented by Michael Wiley
This session provides an overview of several Sysinternals tools, including Process Monitor, Process Explorer, and Autoruns, focusing on the features useful for malware analysis and removal. These utilities enable deep inspection and control of processes, file system and registry activity, and autostart execution points. Michael demonstrates their malware-hunting capabilities by presenting several current real-world malware samples and using the tools to identify and clean malware.
Sysinternals: What's New?
Presented by Michael Wiley
Sysinternals utilities are vital tools for any computer professional on the Windows platform. Mark Russinovich's popular "Case Of The Unexplained" demonstrates some of their capabilities in advanced troubleshooting scenarios. This tutorial session will focus primarily on the utilities themselves, deep-diving into as many features as time will allow. Expect to see some advanced analysis, use of lesser-known tools, and interesting or useful new features. It's like a live version of "What can I do" and "What's new" since the release of the text Windows Sysinternals Administrator's Reference.