understand remote procedure calls and the end points used to implement them. Use the Ratty tool to enumerate RPC end points
- [Voiceover] We've already covered the basics…of the remote procedure cause protocol.…RPC has a wealth of information…and the source of many recent attacks including Stuxnet.…In RPC each endpoint is given…a universally unique identifier…which the server uses to identify the target application.…Let's assume we're developing a client server application…and want to generate a UUID.…I've got a terminal window open…and I'll type uuidgen minus r.…
This displays a uuid which is unique…and we can include this in our program.…When a client calls a server using RPC,…a binding is created which establishes a pipe…for data transfer between the client and the server.…The binding information requires that the client…and the server use the same communications method,…and RPC provides quite a few.…And that the client identifies the server…and the endpoint on the server.…The host RPC service helps the clients…by providing a locator function which can be called…to enumerate all endpoints that it holds.…
The first RPC tour we'll look at is included…
An overview of the CEH exam, blueprint, and eligibility criteria can be found at https://www.eccouncil.org/programs/certified-ethical-hacker-ceh/.
- What is enumeration?
- Understanding NetBIOS, SMB, SAMBA, and RPC
- Profiling hosts
- Investigating interfaces
- Enumerating SMB
- Enumerating SNMP and RPC
- Enumerating the Internet
- Working with other enumeration tools
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Basics of Enumeration
2. Local Host Enumeration
3. Remote Hosts
4. Enumerating Web Apps
5. Enumerating the Internet
6. Other Enumeration Tools
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