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Speakers: CG & g0ne Client Sides are the new remote exploit. If you aren’t allowing client side attacks during your vulnerability assessments or penetration tests you are ignoring a huge attack vector and the current attack method. You are also failing to exercise your internal and host based exploitation countermeasures (HIDS/HIPS), your ability to test and respond to client side attacks and internal attackers, and missing a valuable opportunity for user awareness training. This talk will focus on justifying why you should be allowing client side penetration testing and giving penetration testers a basic methodology to conduct client side attacks during their penetration test. We will also give (mostly real-world) examples we used during client side penetration tests to go with our methodology. For more information visit: To download the video visit:

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