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cmiVFX launches its latest training for the SideFX Houdini premiere digital visual effects animation software package. Why build one kick ass VFX video when two is twice as nice! We have never been more fired up to release a training video in the history of this company. Everything you wanted to know, delivered fast and furious through our ground breaking, ever evolving web based delivery player system. In these two videos, you’ll learn how to make production ready user friendly tools that will captivate your audience time and time again. Since Houdini is way more than just a 3D application, you will see it from a framework point of view. You`ll understand how you can solve any kind of situation you might encounter, using the tools in ways they were never dreamed to perform in that way. As a testament of the power and flexibility of Houdini, we’ll try to keep it simple and understandable by encapsulating some very interesting areas of Houdini. When you’re done with this set, you’ll have several tools to use, and have lots of ideas of how approach and develop your own tools. To call it Magic, is a true understatement. How can you put a guarantee on perfection?
THE HD VERSION IS AVAILABLE HERE vimeo.com/24570637
This Primer is geared towards Hackers, Pentesters, Admins,...
In the Python part of video, we jump right into the code and cover your first Python TCP client and server and walk you through each of them, line by line.
The Scapy part of the video will show you basic packet analysis in Scapy with a few helpful "making yourself feel at home in Scapy" tips. You will also walk out of this part with a better understanding of SYN/ACK/FIN packets, and what TCP connections and disconnects look like "on the wire".
We also have a little surprise at the end
The Source files (python 2.6) can be downloaded at: https://github.com/piman/PyPrimer-for-Hackers
Some key points we want to cover in the whole video series:
*) toolz often lie! code your own networking tools and get the correct feedback!
*) code your own networking environments
*) some network attacks
*) run your toolz on several machines and communicate with them
*) ...and other funny stuff ;)
Please tell us what you like and what you don't like!
If you have ideas on what should be covered in future videos, please let us know! (ON SECURITYTUBE.NET)
We will try to provide an HD version of this video soon (if you have a vimeo account, you can download our videos for free in 1280x720)!!!
We strongly disadvise from doing anything malicious! We just want to provide some knowledge for security tests and show developers how to code proper software.