How to Use Amap (BSWJ)

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The application mapper (AMAP) is an information-gathering tool which allows the user to identify the active programs serving each open port. By performing TCP handshakes and analyzing the communications received from target systems, AMAP provides an invaluable service to the hacking process.

Time
10 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
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Course Content
Module 1: BSWJ: Amap
Course Description

Teaching Assistants George Mcpherson Vikramajeet Khatri

The application mapper (AMAP) is an information-gathering tool which allows the user to identify the active programs serving each open port. By performing TCP handshakes and analyzing the communications received from target systems, AMAP provides an invaluable service to the hacking process.

(Disclaimer: Breaking Stuff with Joe is a Cybrary series that will be running indefinitely. You will not earn CEU/CPE hours by watching any individual 'Breaking Stuff with Joe' episode. However, you can still earn a certificate of completion for each episode completed.)

Instructed By
Joe Perry
Joe Perry
Senior Technical Instructor at FireEye, Inc
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Provider
Cybrary
Certificate of Completion
Certificate Of Completion

Complete this entire course to earn a How to Use Amap (BSWJ) Certificate of Completion

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CyberSecurity