Firewalls for Fun and Profit

Firewalls for Fun and Profit I will be presenting at the MUG April 2017 Meeting and Penguicon 2017 on Firewalls for Fun and Profit. The presentation is about what a firewall is, some history, the differences between the three types, and how to understand the Firewall Rules The presentation slides can be found here: http://bemushosting.com/present/firewall



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Internet Security for the Lay Geek

In this post is where I have posted my Penguicon 2016 - Internet Security For the Lay Geek talk. It took place on April 30th at 5pm at Penguicon in Southfield Michigan. The internet is a place full of wonder and excitement for all people. It is a great place to for education and collaboration. While there is great opportunities to learn from people all over the world you will may also fall pray to malicious people too. Here I propose 5 steps you can take to reduce the likely hood of an attack.

The Penguicon 2016 titled "Internet Security for the Lay Geek" slides are available here: http://bemushosting.com/present/iseclaygeek/InternetSecurityForTheLayGeek.html Click here for the PDF version: http://bemushosting.com/present/iseclaygeek/InternetSecurityForTheLayGeek.pdf

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Offensive Security and Countermeasures using Kali Linux

The information in this presentation is intended for educational use only. Techniques shown should only be performed on your own network. Using these skills on a network without prior consent is illegal. (Don't be evil) In this talk I present on the techniques that hackers use and how to keep your self safe. Here is my presentation slides from Ohio Linux Fest on 10/8/2016 - http://bemushosting.com/present/kali-olf-2016-10-08/Kali-OLF_2016-10-08.html A printable version of the slide are here: http://bemushosting.com/present/kali-olf-2016-10-08/Bemus-Kali-OLF2016.pdf I also presented this at MUG on 3/8/2016 and MDLUG on 9/10/2016 Slides are available here: http://bemushosting.com/present/kali-mug-2016-03-08/Kali-MUG_2016-03-08.html The presentation was recorded via Google Hangouts On-air and available on youtube.com: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xNZ8I8JVII The following topics are covered:

  1. Definition of Offensive security and Countermeasures
  2. The CIA triad
  3. Basic Security Countermeasures
  4. About Kali Linux
  5. Kali Linux Options
  6. Kali Linux Top 10
  7. Android RAT with MSF
  8. Scan computers using nmap
  9. Network Sniffing with macof and Wireshark
Info Gathering using Maltego Network scanning using nmap OS Fingerprinting using namp Android remote backdoor RAT Network listening using macof and Wireshark

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Practical Networking using Linux Router

For Penguicon 2015 I gave a talk with the above title. Here is my Impress slides bemushosting.com/present/LinuxRouter/index.html
Here is my Bespoke slides bemushosting.com/present/LinuxRouter/bespoke.html
Here is the Handouts for the slides bemushosting.com/present/LinuxRouter/Handout.html
*Slides are in HTML best viewed directly from the above links Outline:

  • Internet Interactions
  • Inside the Home Network
  • Replace the Commercial Router
  • Physical Design of the Network
  • Logical Design of the Network
  • Configure the new Router
  • Addressing Devices
  • Port Forwarding
  • Public IP address
  • Dynamic DNS (DDNS)
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Presentation by Tony Bemus is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at http://bemushosting.com/practical-networking-using-linux-router.

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IPV6 Tunneling

I decided I wanted to start playing with IPV6. to do it with out native IPV6 you need to have a tunnel to a Tunnel Broker. I have herd from a lot of people that Hurricate Electric is a good one to use. IPv6 Certification Badge for tbemus

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WordPress hacked with base64 code

I recently had to cleanup some websites where some of the wordpress files were changed. I was able to clean the files by using a few scripts. The first one looks through all the files looking for base64 php code: base64-check.sh

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PGP/GPG presentation at Penguicon 2014

Here is my presentation given at Penguicon 2014 on May 3rd 2014. http://bemushosting.com/present/PGP-GPG_Pen14.html In this presentation I cover these subjects:

  Sign my gnupg key: ID: DB471CEE Finger Print C447 A702 1EDD 6738 068A 29B1 886C C3F6 DB47 1CEE

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GPG setup and maintenance on linux

To get started you will need to create a gpg key and put it on a key server. There are many key servers available, so choose one that people will be able to use. My key is available on the https://sks-keyservers.net/i/ There are some GUI or point and click programs available and here are two common ones. These programs will allow you to create, export, update, sign, send and sync with the servers. In Linux Mint there are three servers configured by default: Ubuntu, SKS, and PGP.com.

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