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Introduction:

C/C++ Code Auditing is a highly practical, interactive training course that focuses on reviewing the source code of software written in C and C++ to find security problems and mitigate them. This course uses real-world examples, walking through real code samples, using live applications.

At the end of this course, you will:

  • Know how to identify security flaws in C/C++ applications
  • Be able to fix security flaws.
  • Know how to perform security testing.
  • Understand basics for how to conduct code reviews
  • Be able to follow the new discovered threats and be updated with new techniques
  • Know how to write code to avoid introducing vulnerabilities

What will you get

  • Printed materials for secure development training
  • Virtual machine includes all labs, vulnerable and remediated codes
  • 2 hours practical exam after training
  • Certification of completion

Prerequisites

To successfully complete this course, you must have:
  • At least one year experience with C/C++ programming.
  • Experience with Linux platform.
  • Knowledge of debugging methods for C/C++ applications.

Topics Covered

  1. Introduction to application security
  2. Design flaws
  3. Source Code Auditing
  4. Memory Corruptions
  5. Data Types
  6. Injections
  7. SDL – Secure Development Lifecycle
  8. Secure Code Review
Reverse Engineering: Introduction
Advanced Binary Auditing
Advanced Fuzz Testing
Advanced Exploit Writing

All the topics covered in each course have practical lab at the end of the topic, and the final day includes a five hours hands-on practical implementation of every technique covered in the course.

For more information about courses schedule or syllabus please contact us at:
training [at] ZINAD [dot] net