- [Instructor] It's occasionally useful…when testing to use raw packets to probe a target.…We can do this in Python by invoking the Scapy library.…Scapy is a Python tool,…but it also comes as a library…to use within your own Python script.…It enables you to create each of the layers of a packet,…and within these layers,…set all or any of the fields.…Let's try a simple demonstration of Scapy,…creating a send flood.…Here we can see the flood routine,…setting up a loop for the source port,…and creating a send packet with its IP address…and TCP address,…and sending it to the target.…
Okay, we can run this script…against our Metasploitable server now.…This is sending a lot of packets out.…Of course this isn't a sophisticated flood,…but it does show the power of Scapy.…
Cybersecurity expert Malcolm Shore reviews popular pen testing tools, as well as the Bash and Python scripting skills required to be able to acquire, modify, and re-use exploit code. He also provides a refresher on Kali Linux and introduces techniques for testing web services. At the end of this course, you'll be prepared to take more advanced training, and to pursue the popular Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) certification.
- Pen testing overview
- Pen testing tools
- Bash scripting
- Python scripting
- Kali and Metasploit
- Web testing
- Finding exploit code
Skill Level Intermediate
1. What is Pen Testing?
2. Pen Testing Tools
3. Bash Scripting
4. Python Scripting
5. Kali and Metasploit
6. Web Testing
7. Understanding Exploit code
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