Objective: The objective of the SEED workshops is to provide training to the participants who are interested in improving their hands-on skills in cybersecurity. During the workshops, participants will work on the SEED labs, with the help from us.
When: We will spread the workshop across several weeks, holding one session (or multiple sessions) each week. Each session lasts 3 hours, and typically cover two SEED labs. Participants can freely pick which sessions to attend based on their interests.
Lab Environment: Please make sure you install the SEEDUbuntu 20.04 VM before the workshop starts. Get the VM from this link, which also contains the user manual.
|1. Buffer-Overflow Attacks||4, 5|
|2. Shellcode + Race Condition||4, 7, 8|
|3. Meltdown & Specture Attacks||13, 14|
|4. Web Security I||3, 12|
|5. Web Security II||10, 11|
|6. Sniffing/Spoofing + ARP||15|
6. TCP Attacks
|7. DNS Attacks||18|
|8. Virtual Private Network (VPN)||19|
|9. Public-Key Cryptography||24, 25|
|10. One-Way Hash Function||22|