Advanced Penetration Testing Notes

msfvenon

win/meter/revers_tcp [view]

By: Genilson Mess | Related Lesson: Metasploit (part 6) msfvenom | Modified: December 14, 2016

metasploit

exploitDB [view]

By: Genilson Mess | Related Lesson: Metasploit (part 2) Fundamentals | Modified: December 13, 2016

python sockets

python sockets [view]

By: Genilson Mess | Related Lesson: Programming (part 4) Python for Port Scanning | Modified: December 13, 2016

metasploit 3

service postgresql start service metasploit start info exploit/windows/smb/ms08-07-netapi –  info about exploit show targets [view]

By: sau206 | Related Lesson: Metasploit (part 3) Operation | Modified: December 13, 2016

crontab

nano /etc/crontab add netcat listen restart service [view]

By: Genilson Mess | Related Lesson: Linux (part 6) Copy Commands and crontab | Modified: December 13, 2016

Advanced Pen Test: Kali Linux Commands.

adduser achal change to user achal: su achal add user into the sudo group: adduser achal sudo   [view]

By: Clouds | Related Lesson: Linux (part 2) Kali Linux Commands | Modified: December 13, 2016

part5

netcat -lvp 1234 -e /bin/bash netcat -lvp 1234 > myfile3 netcat -lvp 1234 < myfile4   [view]

By: Genilson Mess | Related Lesson: Linux (part 5) IP Addressing and netcat | Modified: December 13, 2016

part4

chmod 750 chmod +x file netstat -antp # services established [view]

By: Genilson Mess | Related Lesson: Linux (part 4) chmod, manipulation and packages | Modified: December 13, 2016

Notities

Sessions, open de nog openstaande shell [view]

By: jnolens | Related Lesson: Metasploit (part 3) Operation | Modified: December 12, 2016

commands

You can navigate to /etc/network/interfaces and change your IP to static by changing DHCP to static and adding the values >services networking restart – restarts your networking interfaces   [view]

By: Mcxrisley | Related Lesson: Linux (part 5) IP Addressing and netcat | Modified: December 12, 2016

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