Advanced Penetration Testing Notes

Condiciones y contadores

Condicionales y contadore [view]

By: rperaltad | Related Lesson: Programming (part 3) Network Pings | Modified: January 13, 2017


  >> – appends rather than replaces     [view]

By: arnjerobben | Related Lesson: Linux (part 3) - Directories, myfile and Nano | Modified: January 12, 2017

Basic commands

ok [view]

By: arnjerobben | Related Lesson: Linux (part 2) Kali Linux Commands | Modified: January 12, 2017

ettercap vs ssl

ettercap -Ti eth0 -M arp:remote / /    se non funziona verificare la conf di ettercap /etc/ettercap/etter.conf ec_… ipchains iptables [view]

By: 4nzu | Related Lesson: Traffic Capture (part 5) ettercap | Modified: January 10, 2017


s   [view]

By: 4nzu | Related Lesson: Traffic Capture (part 4) DNS | Modified: January 30, 2017

Pipe Outputs and Append

> Pipe output to text file >> Pipe output (append) [view]

By: pauljenk | Related Lesson: Linux (part 3) - Directories, myfile and Nano | Modified: January 9, 2017

Linux commands

sort -u [view]

By: retrohr | Related Lesson: Linux (part 4) chmod, manipulation and packages | Modified: January 9, 2017


Basically used msfvenom to create payload, in other terminal use multi/handler and set payload similar to what is used in msfvenom. payload created using msfvenom is uploaded on server, when executed the path, got the session in multi/handler     [view]

By: sau206 | Related Lesson: Exploitation (part 1) Direct Exploitation | Modified: January 7, 2017

Arp Spoofing

  Generate man in the middle access by posoining arp cache. arpspoof -i eth0 -t <target ip> <destination ip> cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward –> 1 to allow forwarding of traffic to from dst from src after we have seen it. arpsp [view]

By: NightHawk | Related Lesson: Traffic Capture (part 3) Address Resolution Protocol ARP | Modified: January 7, 2017


s [view]

By: 4nzu | Related Lesson: Traffic Capture Introduction (part 1) | Modified: January 30, 2017

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