Over the weekend the Greater Augusta ISSA (Information Systems Security Association) had a Interactive Capture the flag event. McAfee, ASU and Elliot Davis sponsored the event providing an IPS to monitor the event, facilities and computers for attendees to use. McAfee also hosted a flag protected by McAfee HIPS and Intrushield which no one was able to get. But McAfee still awarded the $100 dollar prize to the individual who did capture 7 of the 9 total flags. Over the 4 hour period I walked attendees through tactics used by our enemies to break into the systems we are paid to protect. The event was well attended and I think it was well received. As promised, I am placing links to some of the tools used during the event on this blog. We may do the event again some time so I am not including the PowerPoint with the "solutions". The presentation material will be provided to individual attendees via email and by request only. If you attended and want a copy of the presentation material email me.
Windows TCPDUMP that doesn't require the installation of Winpcap. HERE
NESSUS Vulnerability Scanner HERE
Enum4Linux.pl - Linux tool that uses Null Sessions to enumerate Windows Users, Groups and Shares HERE
BackTrack Penetration Testing Bootable CD HERE
At the moment backtrack's official website is down. Here is an alternate location to download it.