Join Malcolm Shore for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting stealth and persistent access, part of Learning Kali Linux.
- [Instructor] While we're running,…we don't want anyone to detect that we're in the system,…so we need to be stealthy.…A good way of doing this is to hide our presence…behind another process.…We've already compromised the Windows 7 system,…so let's see how we go stealthy.…I right-click, select Meterpreter, Interact.…I'll use the Meterpreter to list…the running processes on the host.…We can see our exploit running as winjam,…with a process ID of 1792.…
To go stealthy, I might grade that into the process,…explorer.exe, which we can see running a process ID, 1344.…To do this, I'll enter "migrate 1344."…Okay, now if we list the processors,…our exploit doesn't appear,…because it's just part of an existing process.…The penetration test may be carried out…by running exploits against a specific target,…just for one session.…
Sometimes, however, it may be necessary to have ongoing…access to a system, for a period of time.…This is typically the case in a RedTeam exercise,…when a beachhead is required to use for ongoing…pivoting into the network.…
This course will give prospective ethical hackers a short overview of the tools in Kali Linux. Cybersecurity expert Malcolm Shore shows how to set up a virtual environment for testing, configure Kali Linux, and install toolsets for information gathering, vulnerability assessment, password and hash cracking, and target exploitation.
Because businesses are connected, they are also exposed. Vulnerability testing helps organizations limit that exposure. This course will help you explore the careers, techniques, and tools behind ethical hacking—one of the most competitive and sought-after IT security skills.
- Overview of Metaploit, Maltego, and Wifite
- Setting up a virtual lab with Oracle VM
- Installing virtual machines and appliances
- Exploring the Kali Linux applications
- Gathering information with DMitry and DNSenum
- Conducting a vulnerability assessment
- Installing OpenVAS and Vega
- Testing passwords
- Exploiting targets
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 06/12/2017. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: setting up a virtual lab, installing appliances, Windows Credential Editor, using John for Windows passwords, pass the hash, using rainbow tables, exploiting with Armitage, pivoting through a network, and getting stealth and persistent access. In addition, a new video was added that shows how to create Trojans with msfvenom.
1. Setting Up the Virtual Lab
2. Introducing Kali
3. Information Gathering (Understanding the Target)
4. Vulnerability Analysis
5. Passwords and Hashes
6. Exploiting Targets
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