How to Use CAT (BSWJ)

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The Cisco Auditing Tool is a Kali utility used for scanning Cisco devices to identify common vulnerabilities, weak passwords, and guessable group names. It's a handy way to quickly work through a list of Cisco appliances in search of new attack vectors.

Time
5 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
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Course Content
Module 1: BSWJ: CAT

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Course Description

The Cisco Auditing Tool is a Kali utility used for scanning Cisco devices to identify common vulnerabilities, weak passwords, and guessable group names. It's a handy way to quickly work through a list of Cisco appliances in search of new attack vectors.

Teaching Assistant Vikramajeet Khatri

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Instructed By
Joe Perry
Joe Perry
Senior Technical Instructor at FireEye, Inc
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