The lab’s working code and applications will allow you to practice and experiment with the techniques and tools covered in the course. This access will help you build your skills and confidence in using these tools for security purposes. Course slides will provide you with an overview of the key concepts and topics covered in the course. These slides will help you review and understand the course material and provide you with a helpful reference tool for future work in this field. A ready-made, easy-to-install working setup that can be quickly spun up.
Introduction to mass scanning
Creating your first Automation BOT on a multi-cloud environment
Hassan Khan Yusufzai is a highly experienced Security Researcher with a proven track record of internet-wide scanning and penetration testing. A sought-after speaker, Hassan recently presented at the BlackHatMEA 2022 conference. His expertise extends to Ruby security, where he has conducted extensive research over the past few years. As a certified OSCP (Offensive Security Certified Professional), Hassan has also made a name for himself as a successful bug bounty hunter on both HackerOne and Bugcrowd.
Hassan’s achievements have earned him recognition in the industry, including inclusion in the Google Security Hall of Fame (2017), Twitter Security Hall of Fame (2017), and Microsoft Security Hall of Fame (2017). He has also conducted extensive research into WordPress security and won the HackFest CTF competition. In addition to his research, Hassan is also the developer of GemScanner.py and an npm scanner for account hijacking, further demonstrating his commitment to the security field and his skills as a developer.
Past speaking experience
– Presented twice at an Arsenal stage of BlackHat MEA and once at a Briefing stage at BlackHat MEA 2022.
– Hassan Khan has presented at local universities as well.