Black Hat Go

Black Hat Go

Go Programming for Hackers and Pentesters
by Tom Steele, Chris Patten, and Dan Kottmann
January 2020 (estimated), 368 pp.
ISBN-13: 
9781593278656

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In Black Hat Go, you'll learn how to write powerful and effective penetration testing tools in Go, a language revered for its speed and scalability. Start off with an introduction to Go fundamentals like data types, control structures, and error handling; then, dive into the deep end of Go’s offensive capabilities as you learn how to:

  • Write a simple TCP proxy to use concurrency for non-parallel tasks
  • Create HTTP clients to perform common web interactions
  • Write a custom DNS server and proxy
  • Sniff and process packets using the gopacket library
  • Create extendable tools to expand program functionality
  • Write your own exploits with the help of insider techniques

Black Hat Go will show you how to build powerful security tools to pen test huge networks, fast.

Author Bio 

Tom Steele, Dan Kottmann, and Chris Patten share over 30 years in penetration testing and offensive security experience, and have delivered multiple Go training and development sessions.

Table of contents 

Chapter 1: Go Fundamentals and Concepts (AVAILABLE NOW!)
Chapter 2: TCP and Go: Scanners and Proxies (AVAILABLE NOW!)
Chapter 3: HTTP Clients: Remote Interaction with Tools (AVAILABLE NOW!)
Chapter 4: HTTP Servers: Routing and Middleware
Chapter 5: Exploiting DNS: Recon and More
Chapter 6: SMB and NTLM: A Peek Down the Rabbit Hole
Chapter 7: Databases and Filesystems: Pilfering and Abusing
Chapter 8: Packet Processing: Living on the Wire
Chapter 9: Exploit Code: Writing and Porting
Chapter 10: Extendable Tools: Using Go Plugins and LUA
Chapter 11: Cryptography: Implementing and Attacking
Chapter 12: Windows: System Interaction and Analysis
Chapter 13: Steganography: Hiding Data
Chapter 14: Command and Control: Building a RAT