Scripting Web Attacks with the Python Requests Library
Yesterday, we were back with another exciting presentation. Matt Brown gave a talk on scripting web attacks. He discussed how to prototype web attacks using nothing but a web browser and scripting these attacking using Python. He offered everyone a chance during the presentation and later at beginner’s night to try scripting these attacks against his demos and against OWASP’s Mutillidae.
Following the presentation, there was a Beginner’s night on the presentation material, where everyone had the opportunity to try these things out. This started around 6-6:15 in Coover 1012.
CDC Kick-Off Meeting - Spring ISU Cyber Defense Competition (Saturday, March 26th)
For those interested in competing in the spring ISU Cyber Defense Competition, ISEAGE staff is holding a Kick-Off meeting to introduce the scenario and help you find teams. This will be held immediately following the IASG meeting, and will be in Coover 2245 beginning around 6-6:15. If you are looking for team members or have questions, it would be a good idea to attend. You can sign-up for the CDC here.
The competition will take place all day Saturday, March 26th in the Coover TLA (1313).
CDCs are a fun way to learn more about cybersecurity. If you are new to the CDC or are looking for more information, visit cdc.iseage.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see you at 5:15 in Coover 2245!