Our July chapter meeting is on Wednesday July 10th, 2013 at 5:45PM. Note the meeting is one week later than normal due to the July 4th holiday. The topic for the meeting will be BeEF – It’s what’s for dinner. Please RSVP if you plan on attending!
Abstract: The Plague once said, “We are Samurai… the Keyboard Cowboys… and all those other people who have no idea what’s going on are the cattle… Mooo.” This talk will go in depth on BeEF – The Browser Exploitation Framework, a penetration-testing tool to attack browsers. I will teach you how the tool works, how to hook clients, and a demo of some of its very powerful features. We will use BeEF to pivot to internal systems, create reverse tunnels, and much more. Finally, we will discuss some countermeasures to prevent from getting trampled by the BeEF herd.
Presenter information: Jeff Bleich is a Senior Security Consultant with Secure Ideas. He has worked in the Information Security field for the last 9 years. Jeff has a considerable amount of experience in the healthcare, manufacturing, and automotive industries. Previous to Information Security, Jeff worked in network engineering and system administration.
Jeff is very active in the Information Security community. He co-founded GrrCON, a large Information Security and hacker conference, based out of Grand Rapids, MI. He is also the president of the (ISC)² West Michigan Chapter. Jeff attends and speaks at conferences around the U.S.
Jeff has a Masters of Science degree and currently holds the GPEN, GWAPT, GCIH, CISSP, and CISM certifications.