- Testing with Kali Linux
- Exploring Kali web shells
- Using shellcode in exploits
- Exploiting systems with Python, Perl, C, and C++
- Obtaining passwords
- Targeting Metasploitable
- Escalating to root
- End-to-end testing using rejetto, EternalBlue, and Kronos exploits
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Malcolm] I'm Malcolm Shore, and I've spent a career helping governments and businesses protect their networks and systems against cyber attacks. In this course, I'll be introducing you to some of the more advanced features of Kali Linux. I'll start by showing how we can extend Kali with more tools, and how we can integrate native exploits into the metasploit in Kali environments. I'll look at how you can generate a variety of shells to maintain in your testing toolbox. And I'll look at the importance of credentials, how to collect them, and how to use them.
I'll look at the advanced features of Kali Linux in those areas covered by the OSCP examination. I'll look at the advanced techniques provided by Kali for customizing exploits. And I'll show how to use these features with particular emphasis on achieving root access through a sustainable shell. I'll look at how we use Kali tools to keep notes on the testing approaches we try and to collect evidence of test results. This is one of a series of advanced courses in pen testing, which together provide the learning pathway to taking your Offensive Security Certified Professional qualification.
Now let's get started with advanced Kali Linux.
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