This advanced AccessData training course provides the knowledge and skills necessary to use the Unicode compliant Password Recovery Toolkit (PRTK) and Distributed Network Attack (DNA) tools, as well as TACC and PORT devices to recover passwords from industry standard applications and systems. Attendees should already be conducting computer based investigations and be familiar with the AccessData suite of tools. FTK and Registry Viewer will also be utilized. While learning how to create effective attack profiles that include biographical profile dictionaries, user-defined dictionaries and unicode compliant character searches, students will determine how several commonly applied encryption schemes work. Students will crack applications such as: o ARJ o PGP o RAR o Adobe o WinZip o Quicken o CuteFTP o BestCrypt o Quickbooks o VersaCheck o Microsoft EFS o Microsoft Money o Stegonography Files o SAM Logon Passwords o Microsoft Office Applications o and many others ...Students will plan, install and use a Distributed Network Attack environment and use AccessData web crawling and passphrase generation technology to create Unicode and code-page dictionaries to enhance attack profiles. Students will also utilize a “TACC” device and a “Portable Office Rainbow Table” (PORT) with a standalone machine to increase the ability to crack more difficult passwords in a reasonable amount of time. As a single TACC can emulate a small DNA network for a fraction of the cost, students will have more options for decryption technology from AccessData. Cryptography systems will be explained and exploited using Rainbow Table technology. Public Key Infrastructure will be explained, and students will learn practical application of arrays, XOR, ciphers and more. This advanced level, hands-on intensive course is intended for Forensic Investigators, Law Enforcement Personnel and security and network administrators who desire a greater understanding of password recovery and decryption technology in a stand-alone and / or distributed network environment. The Applied Decryption course includes an optional Practical Skills Assessment (PSA) that requires participants to apply concepts presented during the course to complete a practical exercise. Participants who successfully complete this exercise receive a certificate of PSA completion.Click on the link below to view the course syllabus:http://www.accessdata.com/media/en_us/print/training/syllabus.apdec.en_us.pdf
Monday, January 1, 2007 - Wednesday, December 31, 2008 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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