Vskills certification for Network Security Open Source Software Developer assesses the candidate as per the company’s need for network security software development. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in writing Plug-ins for nessus, ettercap network sniffer, Nikto vulnerability scanner, extending hydra and nmap, writing modules for the Metasploit framework, extending Webroot, writing network sniffers and packet-injection tools.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
Writing Plug-ins for Nessus
- The Nessus Architecture
- Installing Nessus
- Using Nessus
- The NASL Interpreter
- Hello World
- Datatypes and Variables
- Predefined Global Variables
- Important NASL Functions
- Nessus Plug-ins
Developing Dissectors and Plug-ins for the Ettercap Network Sniffer
- Installing and Using Ettercap
- Writing an Ettercap Dissector
- Writing an Ettercap Plug-in
Extending Hydra and Nmap
- Extending Hydra
- Adding Service Signatures to Nmap
Writing Plug-ins for the Nikto Vulnerability Scanner
- Installing Nikto
- Using Nikto
- Nikto Under the Hood
- Existing Nikto Plug-ins
- Adding Custom Entries to the Plug-in Databases
- Using LibWhisker
- Writing an NTLM Plug-in for Brute-Force Testing
- Writing a Standalone Plug-in to Attack Lotus Domino
Writing Modules for the Metasploit Framework
- Introduction to MSF
- Overview of Stack Buffer Overflows
- Writing Exploits for MSF
- Writing a Module for the MnoGoSearch Overflow
- Writing an Operating System Fingerprinting Module for MSF
Extending Code Analysis to the Webroot
- Attacking Web Applications at the Source
- Extending PMD
Fun with Linux Kernel Modules
- Hello World
- Intercepting System Calls
- Hiding Processes
- Hiding from netstat
Developing Web Assessment Tools and Scripts
- Web Application Environment
- Designing the Scanner
- Building the Log Parser
- Building the Scanner
- Using the Scanner
- Complete Source Code
Automated Exploit Tools
- SQL Injection Exploits
- The Exploit Scanner
- Using the Scanner
Writing Network Sniffers
- Introduction to libpcap
- Getting Started with libpcap
- libpcap and Wireless Networks
- libpcap and Perl
- libpcap Library Reference
Writing Packet-Injection Tools
- Introduction to libnet
- Getting Started with libnet
- Advanced libnet Functions
- Combining libnet and libpcap
- Introducing AirJack
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