I hope you enjoyed the first session - that's just a taster of the amazing content we've got for you in the next couple of weeks!
There were a couple of resources mentioned in the session which I've listed below for reference in case:
For file hashing, Greg used these commands:
And to get your external IP, Greg recommended using
When we were recording Greg and Mat's video, we realised we had even more that we wanted to share with you, so I'm pleased to include below the 'bonus' footage from session 1 - Thinking Like A Threat Hunter. In it, Greg and Mat talk about who performs threat hunting, signal prioritization and the various adversarial tactics attackers use.
Take a look at the link below, and get yourself ready for tomorrow's session; Threat Journey: Running Code on Remote Systems. See you there!
Great session.!Anyone has the adress for this powershell where you can check your external ip-address.Invoke-WebRequest -uri "http://.... some address..
Hi Hakan, great question. I've added to the post above - thanks for asking for this
Great to hear - thanks for the feedback!
Hi Michael, sorry to hear that it wasn't displaying well for you - Zoom can sometimes restrict the quality based on local bandwidth.
I'll post the recording later today and that will have the original, HD video in it.
Great session and tips. What was the address to the site for checking external ip-address.You write Invoke-WebRequest -uri "http:// something... anyone remember :)