Black Hat is the world’s leading information security event, providing attendees with the very latest in research, development and trends.
The courses at this year’s Black Hat information security conference taught more than 3,500 people how to hack and now they’ve officially released the open security tools at Github whose account is maintained and managed by Toolswatch.org (Official organizer of Black Hat Arsenal Event).
You can find various tools related to below categories –
- Code Assessment
- Hardware IOT
- ICS Scada
- Malware Research
- Mobile Hacking
- Network Attacks
- Network Defense
- Red Team
- Reverse Engineering
- Vulnerability Assessment
- Webapp Security
Independent researchers and the open source community already showed their latest open-source tools and products at Black Hat Arsenal Event which was conducted on 26th and 27th July 2017.
For any query related to the tools released at Black Hat event, you can directly mail at firstname.lastname@example.org team.
Some more Glimpses at Black Hat Arsenal Event –
For those who are unfamiliar with the Arsenal, the well-known security conference Black Hat, has a corner named the Arsenal. At several desks, there are presenters showcasing their tool, framework, or solution.
Everything is live, and people can join at any time, and ask questions. The interesting part is that every few hours a new set of presenters show up and start with their demo.
This way you can learn all day about new tools and meet new presenters. Also good to know is that the presented materials have to be open source and security related. So you see passionate people with live demos, no commercial pitches.