March 11, 2010 at 6:50 pm #4785Don DonzalKeymaster
March 19 – 21, 2010
Raleigh, North Carolina
[align=center:2jbtwaik]Catch EH-Net's Ryan Linn on 'Getting Up and Running With Metasploit'
This presentation will be a demonstration based introduction to the basics of Metasploit. Once the basics have been covered, some tips and tricks will be discussed that will be relevant to both beginners and advanced users. Exploitation, Information Gathering, and Enumeration will all be covered. This presentation will be fast paced, however I will be available after the presentation for questions, additional demonstrations and assistance with problems.[/align:2jbtwaik]
CarolinaCon is an annual conference in North Carolina that is dedicated to sharing knowledge about technology, security and information rights. CarolinaCon also serves to enhance the local and international awareness of current technology related issues and developments. CarolinaCon also strives to mix in enough entertainment and side contests/challenges to make for a truly fun event.
CarolinaCon was started in 2005 and has been held every year since. With each passing year the conference continues to grow and attract more attendees and speakers.
As has always been the case, CarolinaCon is put together and run by an all-volunteer staff. CarolinaCon is proudly brought to you by “The CarolinaCon Group”. The CarolinaCon Group is a non-profit organization registered in the state of NC, dedicated to educating the local and global communities about technology, information/network/computer security, and information rights.
The CarolinaCon Group is also closely associated with various “2600” chapters across NC, SC, TN, VA, LA, DC, GA, PA and NY. Many of the volunteers who help develop and deliver CarolinaCon come from those chapters.
4100 Glenwood Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27612
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March 11, 2010 at 9:33 pm #30003apolloParticipant
Anybody in the area should stop by. There are some cool speakers from some of the bigger cons that will be here as well. You will be able to interact with a bit more with folks which is great. Its a smaller venue so more networking and questions. Stop by and say hi.
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