Network Security

Time Schedule

AU timezone BT timezone
Session 1 13:30 - 14:30 09:30 - 10:30
Break 14:30 - 14:45 10:30 - 10:45
Session 2 14:45 - 15:45 10:45 - 11:45
Break 15:45 - 16:00 11:45 - 12:00
Session 3 16:00 - 17:00 12:00 - 13:00
Lunch 17:00 - 18:00 13:00 - 14:00
Session 4 18:00 - 19:30 14:00 - 15:30

* All times are quoted as GMT+10,690


FL Name Email Organisation Country
RO Radhika Orari Bhutan
WF Warren Finch warren(at)apnic(dot)net APNIC Australia
DP Dave Phelan dave(dot)phelan(at)apnic(dot)net APNIC Australia

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Session Topic Inst Presentations Exercises Other Resources
Session 1 Introduction to Cryptography WF Agenda
Cryptography Basics
CyberChef - enigma machine
X.800 Security architecture for Open Systems Interconnection
Guidelines for Cryptography
NIST sp800-175b
NIST Crypto Standards and Guidelines
OWASP User Privacy Protection Cheat Sheet
Key Management Fundamentals
Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange - Youtube
Session 2 Introduction to Access Control WF Access Control
Password Requirements
Access Control
Session 3 Firewall WF Linux Security & Firewalls IPTables
Linux 2.4 Packet Filtering HOWTO
Linux netfilter Hacking HOWTO
firewall and anomaly
Netsh command
Lab All Secure Shell SSH LAB
Two Factor Authentication
Hashing Lab
Google Auth plugin
How to login to the lab environment
Day 02 Topic Inst Presentations Exercises Resources
Session 1 Introduction to WiFi WF WiFi Security
Create a WLAN report
WiFi Security Timeline
Frag Attacks
Wireless Emulation Link Layer Exchange Daemon
Wi-Fi pcap Analysis
Wi-Fi pcap tricks
WEP cracking
Decrypt 802.11
Session 2 Intro to NMM DP Intro to NMM osi.jpg
Incident Response Hierarchy of Needs
Orion Demo
Observium Demo
LibreNMS Demo
Smokeping Demo
Nagios Core Demo
Nagios Demo
Example log server demo
Netbox Demo
osTicket Demo ← NOTE: this link has adware
osTicket demo
Lab All APNIC Academy
TCP dump Lab
TShark Lab
WireShark Lab
Lab pcaps
TCP dump summary
TCP dump commands
Decrypt SSL with Wireshark
Packet Analysis Reference Guide
Install Cisco Packet Tracer WF Download Packet Tracer Wireless router configuration
Free Packet Tracer labs
Day 03 Topic Inst Presentations Exercises Resources
Self-Paced Capture the Flag (CTF) WF The CTF started at 9:30am and completed at 10pm
Resources to help with CTF
Packet Analysis
Packet Analysis

Decrypt TLS using Wireshark
RFC791 - IP
RFC793 - TCP
Telnet pcap
SSH pcap
HTTP pcap
HTTPS pcap
IPv6 pcap
Lab All APNIC Academy
TCP dump Lab
TShark Lab
WireShark Lab
Lab pcaps
TCP dump summary
TCP dump commands
Decrypt SSL with Wireshark
Packet Analysis Reference Guide
Topic Resources
Other resources Cryptography tools
Cryptography Mind Maps
Crypto Challenges
Cipher Challenges
XMAS Scan Attack MITRE - Xmas Scan Attack overview
Video - Xmas Scan Attack
WireShark Download Wireshark
Top 10 filters
Packet Diagrams in Wireshark
Using Wireshark to Analyze nmap
Column Setup
Tools Putty
Win 10 Packet Monitor
List of packet capture tools
Network Miner
TCP dump summary
Compare network captures
How to use Zeek for PCAP Analysis
BruteShark and other tools
Awesome pcap tools
PCAP Remote Tutorial
SANS Blue Team Wiki
Code-Breaking, Cipher and Logic Puzzles solving tools
Malware Analysis Wireshark tutorial dridex infection traffic
Example malware analysis
Malware and where to find them
Malware Traffic Analysis
SANS May 2021 Challenge
Wi-Fi Resources Fundamentals of 802.11 Wireless Sniffing
802.11 Mgmt : Deauth & Disassociation Frames
Analyzing Deauthentication Packets With Wireshark
Analyzing Wireless Packet Captures
Open Wireless Intrusion Prevention System
Pixie Dust Attack
Pixie Dust Attack (2)
Youtube Pixie Dust attack in the wild - Kali Linux
Vulnerable Network Adapters
Wi-Fi Standards explained
Wireshark sample wifi pcaps
WiFi Analysis Resources
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