In this video, walk through the steps for creating and visualizing indoor maps, querying map data and integrating it with IoT.
The Azure Maps Creator service enables customers to upload their private maps, floorplans, spaces and asset information to manage, monitor, and track their IoT assets within spaces like offices, malls, and airports, with extensibility to support other private map scenarios considered private in nature all within a customer’s control.
Google’s TensorFlow is one of the leading tools for training and deploying deep learning models.
It’s able to optimize wildly complex neural-network architectures with hundreds of millions of parameters, and it comes with a wide array of tools for hardware acceleration, distributed training, and production workflows.
Before getting to the TensorFlow code, it’s important to be familiar with gradient descent and linear regression.
In the simplest terms, it’s a numerical technique for finding the inputs to a system of equations that minimize its output. In the context of machine learning, that system of equations is our model, the inputs are the unknown parameters of the model, and the output is a loss function to be minimized, that represents how much error there is between the model and our data. For some problems (like linear regression), there are equations to directly calculate the parameters that minimize our error, but for most practical applications, we require numerical techniques like gradient descent to arrive at a satisfactory solution.
Google’s TensorFlow is one of the leading tools for training and deploying deep learning models. It’s able to optimize wildly complex neural-network architectures with hundreds of millions of parameters, and it comes with a wide array of tools for hardware acceleration, distributed training, and production workflows. These powerful features […]
⌨️ (3:00) Custom Lab Files For The Course
⌨️ (4:10) How Enterprise Security Works
⌨️ (6:45) Enterprise Networking Explained
⌨️ (11:52) Setup The Enterprise Level Pentest Lab
⌨️ (19:30) Hacking The Beta Server In DMZ Area
⌨️ (22:04) Reconnaissance Explained
⌨️ (24:20) Using WhatWeb To Study Technology Profile
⌨️ (29:40) Using WPScan For Hacking/Pen-Testing WordPres
⌨️ (53:40) Using Cewl To Create A Custom Password WordList
⌨️ (1:01:35) Transmutation Of Passwords With A Python Script
⌨️ (1:09:22) Boom! We Cracked The Password
⌨️ (1:22:47) Common Student Questions – FAQs
⌨️ (1:15:44) Recap – Lab Setup On Student PC – Live
*** Session 2***
⌨️ (1:34:00) Metasploit Framework Explained
⌨️ (1:58:00) Search, Rank & Check To Find What You Need
⌨️ (2:00:58) Use, Info & Show Options To Tune The Exploit
⌨️ (2:06:19) Boom! We Got The Reverse Shell
⌨️ (2:13:00) Multi Handler Explained
⌨️ (2:19:22) Creating Payloads Using MSFvenom
⌨️ (2:25:13) Manual Exploitation Of WordPress
⌨️ (2:40:20) Common Student Questions – FAQs
⌨️ (2:54:00) Setup For Routing & Pivoting
⌨️ (3:00:22) Ping Sweep While Routing The Traffic
⌨️ (3:05:40) Adding A Manual Route To Another Network
⌨️ (3:08:04) Scanning On Other Network Ranges Via The Route
⌨️ (3:20:10) SMB Enumeration On Windows Machine
⌨️ (3:28:00) Exploiting Windows Machine Over The Pivot
⌨️ (3:37:34) Boom! We Hacked The Windows Machines Too
⌨️ (3:40:30) Beauty Of Meterpreter Payload
⌨️ (3:45:30) Persistence Post Exploitation Module
⌨️ (3:51:30) Auto Route Post Exploitation Module
⌨️ (3:54:18) Common Student Questions – FAQs
⌨️ (3:59:50) Setup For Advance Routing & Pivoting
⌨️ (4:10:39) Portforwarding Over A Pivot
⌨️ (4:17:44) Nmap Through Portforwarding
⌨️ (4:21:50) Pivoting Through Socks4 Proxy Server
⌨️ (4:22:00) Proxchains To Use Other Tools Over Pivot
⌨️ (4:34:24) Exploiting Media Server
⌨️ (4:43:32) Boom! Dummy Shell Uploaded
⌨️ (4:45:20) Setting Pivoted Environment With New Class
⌨️ (4:49:29) Metasploit Version Of ClipBucket Exploit
⌨️ (5:02:30) My Partial Access Method With Respect To Limited Time
⌨️ (5:11:13) Common Student Questions – FAQs
Note: Reverse port forward is not a beginner concept so it will be taught in a more advanced course later.
⌨️ (5:16:34) Web Hacking Learning Resources
⌨️ (5:20:00) Setup SBVA – My OSCP Inspired Web App
⌨️ (5:28:48) Manual SQL Injection In Detail – OSCP Level
⌨️ (6:04:12) Automated SQL Injection – LPT Level
⌨️ (6:15:36) Directory Bursting With DirBuster
⌨️ (6:27:48`) Directory Bursting With Dirb
⌨️ (6:31:00) Pen Testing Web Server With Nikto
⌨️ (6:41:42) NMap Scripting Engine For Remaining Auxiliaries
⌨️ (6:44:24) My Experience On OpenVas In The LPT Exam
⌨️ (6:51:26) HTTP Methods Using NSE
⌨️ (6:58:10) Common Student Questions – FAQs
⌨️ (6:59:06) KnowledgeBase Server Lab Explained
⌨️ (7:02:00) LPT Methodology For Scanning
⌨️ (7:09:40) Real Project We Did – Inside Look
⌨️ (7:12:14) Maintain A Target Database Manually
⌨️ (7:18:24) Dividing Work For A Team In Real Project
⌨️ (7:24:10) Managing Professional Test In MetaSploit Framework
⌨️ (7:33:54) Vulnerability Assessment
⌨️ (7:37:52) Tuning An Exploit
⌨️ (7:40:56) Boom! We Got The Command Shell
⌨️ (7:42:04) Upgrading From A Command Shell To Meterpreter Shell
⌨️ (7:45:28) Public Vs Commercial Exploits In Professional Test
⌨️ (7:50:22) Million Dollar Advice For Pentesting Students
⌨️ (7:59:10) Privilege Escalation – Resources To Learn
⌨️ (8:01:41) Privilege Escalation Using Manual Exploits
⌨️ (8:32:30) Privilege Escalation Using MetaSploit Framework
COVID-19 ushered in an unprecedented shift in how hundreds of millions of people live and interact with the world.
In a lot of cases, employees have become almost entirely reliant on the Internet for work, while schools have shifted to an online-only footing to educate children.
Cybercriminals, ever the opportunists, are taking advantage this surge of activity outside of corporate networks (not to mention fear of COVID-19 itself). Data collected by security firms shows an unprecedented increase in malicious activity around the world.