Hack Club is D-Lab's latest initiative to introduce young developers to careers in cyber security and to engage students with current debates surrounding privacy and ethics.
Over 6 weeks, the young hackers will learn about common security vulnerabilities in servers and web applications, how to use real world tools and techniques to exploit poorly configured services, and how to responsibly report security bugs. All hacking will be done on a secure online environment with purposely vulnerable systems hosted on our private network.
All students will be required to sign an ethics agreement and we will dedicate time to explain the consequences of trying out their new skills on school or public servers. If for any reason you believe that your child will have problems understanding these consequences or lack the maturity to keep to their ethics agreement we would ask you to refrain from booking on this course
Age 14- 17
Experience programming in Python and writing HTML.
General understanding of internet infrastructure and how websites are structured.
Have own laptop with working WiFi.
cd, ls, mkdir, mv, rm, grep, touch, vim, nano, py
OWASP Webgoat, Burpsuite, XSS, Cookie Injection
nMap, Msfconsole, port 80, Port22, ftp/vpc/irc
Phishing, Pharming, Social media data extraction
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