Attacks and Persistence for Incident Handlers

Cybrary
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Attacks and Persistence for Incident Handlers covers several different types of attacks, with a focus on DNS attacks and USB attacks. Ken Underhill also walks you through a session hijacking lab to simulate an attacker exploiting an established session to harvest user login credentials.

Time
25 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
1
5.0
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Module 1: Attacks and Persistence for Incident Handlers

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Course Description

Attacks and Persistence for Incident Handlers covers several different types of attacks, with a focus on DNS attacks and USB attacks. Ken Underhill also walks you through a session hijacking lab to simulate an attacker exploiting an established session to harvest user login credentials.

Instructed By
Ken Underhill
Ken Underhill
Master Instructor at Cybrary
Master Instructor
Provider
Cybrary
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