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Python for Security

Being Sneaky with Python5 H 44 M

Episodes
Episodes
  • Python for Security
    • Overview
    • Create a Socket Connection
    • Create a Port Scanner
    • Banner Reading from Open Ports
    • Brute Forcing an SSH Connection
    • Brute Forcing an SSH Connection Part 2
    • Packet Sniffing with Python
    • Packet Capture Output
    • Ethernet Frames from RAW Packets
    • IP Headers from Ethernet Frames
    • TCP Segments
    • UDP Segments
    • Creating a TCP Server
    • Forwarding Packet Sniffer

Overview

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  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

Python is a great language for learning, writing web applications, and manipulating data. However, Python can be used for security testing as well. In this series, we will explore the use of Python in such concepts as brute force password cracking, making SSH connections programmatically, creating socket connections and port scanner a particular host, banner grabbing from open ports, and more. If that sounds interesting to you, then please join us!

[MUSIC] In this segment we're gonna give you a quick look at what you can expect from our upcoming Python for Security series. Justin, could you do us the immense favor of giving us some of the topics that we're gonna encounter as refers to the series? >> So there's a few things that we're going to encounter. Most of what we're going to be doing is network related, because Python already has some built in network related modules. The socket library, create a server, create a client, two set server. Also, maybe a little bit of packet sniffing. Moreover, we're gonna be looking at some attacks to like various ports on your machine, various services, particularly your brute force attack to the SSH client. >> Very cool. We have a lot of different times that we're doing certification based training. We also do technical skills based training as well. Which one of those categories would this series fall under? >> This is most definitely a tech skill. This is something where a little bit of Python. I'm interested in security. How do those two come together? This is not certification based. It's more about, hey, I have this idea. Let me kind of make it come to fruition in the context of security. >> And Justin, I always like to ask, who is the intended audience for this series, as well? >> So the intended audience is, you should probably have some experience with Python, cuz that's kind of assumed from the outset. Otherwise, you're gonna be like, I don't know what all of this is, right? So, some programming experience in Python, I'm not saying you have to be an expert but you should have a basic understanding of variables, lists, classes, so on and so forth. Moreover, you should have some basic understanding of security principles, or at least attacks that can be employed against a particular node or individual. >> All right, well Justin, that sounds fantastic, and I know I'm looking forward to it and it sounds like that you might be interested in. >> Well, we look forward to seeing you in the upcoming series. [MUSIC]

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