Course Content

Module 1: Introduction to USB Drop Attacks

07:56
1.1 Welcome - UA
06:16
1.2 What is a USB Drop Attack - UA
00:34
1.3 Section Recap - UA
03:26
1.4 Why are These Attacks Effective - UA
01:31
1.5 Summary and Module Quiz - UA

Module 2: Types of USB Drop Attacks

00:53
2.1 Introduction - UA
04:45
2.2 USB Human Interface Drive Spoofing - UA
02:51
2.3 Malicious File/Code - UA
03:18
2.4 Social Engineering Links - UA
02:38
2.5 USB Kill - UA
02:22
2.6 Zero Day - UA
02:20
2.7 Summary and Module Quiz - UA

Module 3: Disguising, Reconnaissance, and Deployment

00:16
3.1 Introduction - UA
09:59
3.2 Disguising Attacks - UA
05:12
3.3 What to Look for During Reconnaissance - UA
02:43
3.4 Deploying the Devices - UA
01:31
3.5 Summary and Module Quiz - UA

Module 4: Human Interface Drive Spoofing Lab

02:34
4.1 Getting Started - UA
03:22
4.2 Setting up Notepad++ - UA
05:39
4.3 Getting to Know the USB Rubber Ducky - UA
08:07
4.4 DuckyScript Part 1 - UA
04:38
4.5 DuckyScript Part 2 - UA
08:50
4.6 Hands on Example Part 1 - UA
05:45
4.7 Hands on Example Part 2 - UA
00:43
4.8 Summary - UA

Module 5: Malicious Files/Code Lab

01:45
5.1 Getting Started - UA
09:55
5.2 Hands on Example Part 1 - UA
06:44
5.3 Hands on Example Part 2 - UA
00:34
5.4 Summary - UA

Module 6: Social Engineering Links Lab

01:34
6.1 Getting Started - UA
08:46
6.2 Hands on Lab Part 1 - UA
07:50
6.3 Hands on Lab Part 2 - UA
00:37
6.4 Summary - UA

Module 7: Defending Against Attacks

02:15
7.1 How to Defend Againt USB Drop Attacks - UA
02:40
7.2 Analyzing Devices - UA
02:51
7.3 Red Team Deployments - UA
02:03
7.4 Summary - UA

Course Description

Malicious devices are everywhere these days, whether you can see them or not. Some take the form of malicious wireless networks that steal information. Others are physically planted and can do practically anything a hacker desires. These devices are designed to destroy, steal, and infect all kinds of machines. Sometimes these devices can do their malicious tasks without a victim having any idea that they were attacked. This course will teach you what a USB drop attack is. Then you will learn why they these types of attacks are so effective. You will see the different forms these attacks take, including spoofing keyboards, using malicious files/code, using social engineering links that trick victims in various ways, destruction of machines using electricity, and the use of previously unknown vulnerabilities against a target. You will discover how attackers disguise these attacks to make them successful. You get an understanding of the work attackers put into reconing targets and deploying devices. Then you will be shown step by step how to conduct three different types of attacks. After learning everything about these attacks, you will learn how to defend against these attacks.

Instructed By

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Shawn Briere
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Certificate of Completion

Certificate Of Completion

Complete this entire course to earn a USB Drop Attack Certificate of Completion