InfoSec Night: Working Group-Build a better Kali Kick Off

TOPIC: Working Group-Build a better Kali Kick Off
SUMMARY: Kali Linux is like that Swiss Army Knife that everyone has with 127 tools on it.
Some tools are used more often and for the most part the rest of it is just bloat and goes
unused. I am not saying Kali is unusable and is terrible, but wouldn't it be nice to have your own
build that is suited for you and updates and builds things the way you like every time. No
matter what you do Blue Team or Red Team you have your go to tools and development
environments. I want to start building scripts and use Dave Kennedy’s Pen Testers Framework
(PTF) to create something people can use to deploy their own environment.
I want to start building this idea and over time we make it better and better. We will all
code/script and contribute to the end goal. We all have our specialty: Wireless, Defense,
Pentesting, Compliance, Forensics, HAM, and a few more.
This is a group effort. I will not be telling you what to type into your computer to create this. We
are all creating together. We will step outside our comfort zone together and learn and grow as
INFOSEC professionals. This will be an on going Work Group that will meet on a as needed
and hopefully frequent basis to meet our goal.
GOAL:
Create custom script/framework that we can deploy on boxes for our RED/BLUE needs. Have it
on Github to share and work together. If it takes 4 repos to make different builds then so be it.
We are not gonna be perfect but we can get pretty damn close. Maybe
Things to bring:
Laptop
Github account
Ideas to make a custom RED/BLUE OS

Homework:
Download and check out Dave Kennedy’s PTF
https://github.com/trustedsec/ptf
List the tools you use and like and their pre reqs.
SKILL LEVEL: Everyone
PRESENTER: Wasabi

InfoSec Night: Working Group-Build a better Kali Kick Off

Thursday, Jul 27, 2017, 7:30 PM

Unallocated Space
512 Shaw Court Unit 105 Severn, MD

2 Members Attending

SUMMARY:Kali Linux is like that Swiss Army Knife that everyone has with 127 tools on it.Some tools are used more often and for the most part the rest of it is just bloat and goesunused. I am not saying Kali is unusable and is terrible, but wouldn't it be nice to have your ownbuild that is suited for you and updates and builds things the way yo…

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