Join Malcolm Shore for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Penetration Testing Essential Training.
- [Instructor] This is a practical course, and during this course, I'll be using Windows and Linux based tools running on a VirtualBox test network to do testing. In particular, I'll be using the Kali testing framework and the Metasploitable system as a test target. I'll be using both commercial and public domain tools for testing, and I'll be showing you code in Assembler, and C. You should also know the basics of Bash and Python scripting, and I'll provide a refresher on them.
Pen testing is a challenging pursuit. You should be competent in computer and network technologies, and you should have a working knowledge of ethical hacking.
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
Ethical Hacking: Penetration Testingwith Lisa Bock1h 20m 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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