Pentesting (for fun and profit)


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Anonymous at 11:46 on 28 Jun 2014

Unfortunately this was pretty useless and boring. I think most of us was expecting talk with more demos and examples. I mean, the room is full of professional web developers, no need to cover the basics.

Anonymous at 11:56 on 28 Jun 2014

I found it very interesting, getting more conscious about the threats and possibilities. Going to get the sheets if available and have a look around in this 'world' of pentesting

Anonymous at 11:58 on 28 Jun 2014

Could you please add the sheets to this joindin event?

Thanks for some very helpful insights. Never mind the comment about the basics, it was much more than that.

Would love to have the slides as well!

Anonymous at 13:18 on 28 Jun 2014

Great talk, slides would be awesome to have.

A lot of interesting information and insights with lots of references to even more. Slides would be appreciated :-)

Nice talk. Will look into the tools that were mentioned.

Good informative talk with humor, i like that.
Got some new helpful resources thanks to this talk.
A bit more in depth into techniques would be great!

Thanks for the feedback, and I'm glad that the talk was useful. The slides are now available at the link above.
I did have more demonstrations of the tools prepared, but time was against me. I'll aim for a better balance next time.

Could use some more demo time but 45minutes just isn't enough for a talk like this. I do feel about 80% of the talks at dpc could use an extra 15minutes so this is hardly your fault and more something the organisers should take into account. You spoke very calmly, clearly and made some good points. Nice talk!

I understand the theoretical background in this talk since Clinton is more academic than the majority of the audience, but it would have been nice to see a live demo or a real-life showcase to make the theory stick better.
On the other side we cannot have enough wake-up calls to (re)consider the security risks we face on a daily basis.

It is quite clear from the presentation that you have an academic background. I liked the general overview and think you provided some good pointers, but when it comes to tools for pentesting I would have liked a more hands-on demonstration.