5, 6, 7 and 8 November 2019
Portuguese and English
x86 and AMD64
One of the benefits of this training is to present a diverse content. So, if possible, we will cover three different kernels: One virtual machine with Ubuntu, one with CentOS and one with FreeBSD. These virtual machines will be provided during classes.
To participate in the training it is necessary to bring your laptop/notebook and we recommend that it meets the following configuration:
- 8 GB or more of RAM (Recommended 16GB)
- 100 GB or more of available disk space
- Notebook with recent CPU* (Recommended with SMEP and SMAP support)
If you wish to participate in the training but do not have a laptop/notebook, please contact us.
R$ 5.000,00 (01/04/2019 to 31/08/2019)
R$ 5.500,00 (01/09/2019 to 31/10/2019)
R$ 6.000,00 (01/11/2019 to 05/11/2019)
* The first 10 students will gain entry to attend the 6th Edition of the NullByte Security Conference.
* Special discount of 20% for group registrations (3 people), contact us.
Anderson Eduardo Nascimento
Anderson has more than 10 years of experience researching and exploiting vulnerabilities in user space and kernel space. Currently he is director and principal security researcher at Allele Security Intelligence. Released two proofs of concept for vulnerabilities affecting the FreeBSD kernel identified by CVE-2012-0217 and CVE-2012-4576. Speaker on conferences primarily about vulnerabilities and kernel security.