Corelan FOUNDATIONS 2016

November 1-2-3rd

Corelan FOUNDATIONS is now at Hackfest with a 3-day training for beginner with Lincoln as a trainer!

The Corelan® Foundations course is geared towards those new to exploit development, and will provide a fun and interactive environment to break Windows applications. The Foundations course covers a significant portion of the popular Bootcamp class, excluding some of the more advanced topics while adding a few chapters of its own.

This course will give you a rock solid understanding of the fundamentals of exploit development for Windows. During the course, students will get “hands-on” experience working with real vulnerabilities in real applications and the techniques used to exploit them.

For details about the class please check out:

Course Outline and course difference: the right Corelan training for you.pdf


Training includes

  • Badge for the conference on November 4-5th
  • Lunch and diner for 3 days of the trainings (November 1-2-3rd)
  • Coffee break
  • If you want to play on the CTF, please email us!

Course contents

  • System Architecture
  • Memory Management
  • Registers
  • Intro to assembly
  • Intro to Immunity Debugger
  • Stack
  • Saved Return Pointer overwriter
  • Structured Exception Handling
  • Bad Characters
  • Limited buffers
  • Egghunters
  • Introduction to shellcoding
  • Metasploit modules
  • Unicode buffers (*)
    • providing there is sufficient time

Warning – The course has a steep learning curve and will require full attention and focus.

Knowledge & Attitude Prerequisites

Students should:

  • Be prepared for long days that may go beyond the hours scheduled/advertised for training
  • Speak English, class will be delivered in English only

Technical Prerequisites

  • Details will be sent to students before the class begins.
  • Students testimonials available:


Corelan Team Member “Lincoln” is a researcher, exploit developer, and senior security analyst with over 9 years industry experience.

He has been with Corelan Team since the beginning, and enjoys learning and sharing with others. He has taught the Foundation class at Derbycon 2014/2015 and Hack in Paris 2015.