Advanced Penetration Testing Notes

Linux commands part 3

chmod [integer][integer][integer]= change permissions for owner, group, everyone 7 = full 6 = read and write 5 = read and execute 4 = read only 3 = write and execute 2 = write only 1 = execute only 0 = none Don’t go crazy with changing permissi [view]

By: ArminHardwell | Related Lesson: Linux (part 4) chmod, manipulation and packages | Modified: June 19, 2016

password atack

bkhide samdum2 [view]

By: solitaryTurk | Related Lesson: Passwords (part 3) Offline Password Attacks | Modified: June 18, 2016

hell

man [view]

By: alfashe3ll | Related Lesson: Passwords (part 1) Password Attacks | Modified: June 18, 2016

Ingenting

Noper [view]

By: Frberg | Related Lesson: Linux (part 1) | Modified: June 18, 2016

Linux

You shouldn’t use root command all the time [view]

By: zps77 | Related Lesson: Linux (part 2) Kali Linux Commands | Modified: June 17, 2016

Open VAS

NESSUS [view]

By: Patrice Dignan | Related Lesson: Vulnerability Scanning (part 2) Nessus | Modified: September 3, 2016

Kali Files

touch myfile:for creating a file named myfile. mkdir dirname:making dir cd xx / :to move to xx cp /home/georgia/myfile:to copy a file echo hi georgia:prints on your screen echo hi georgia > myfile cat myfile :to view myfile echo hi georgia >> [view]

By: captainit | Related Lesson: Linux (part 3) - Directories, myfile and Nano | Modified: June 17, 2016

Linux Commands Part 2

Everything in Linux is going to be a file:  driver, disk, user, etc Commands: touch [filename] = create a filemkdir [directory] = create a directorycp [originalpath/filename] [copypath/filename] = copy a filemv [originalpath/filename] [copypath/file [view]

By: ArminHardwell | Related Lesson: Linux (part 3) - Directories, myfile and Nano | Modified: June 17, 2016

Linux Commands

cd .. = go to parents directoryls -a = list all files and folderpwd = print working directoryrm -rf = forced recursively remove Linux pro tip : Don’t use root all the time [view]

By: ArminHardwell | Related Lesson: Linux (part 2) Kali Linux Commands | Modified: June 17, 2016

kali linux

pwd -priint the name of current directory man pwd – prinnt  the name of current directory with other options [view]

By: Luckyashu1991 | Related Lesson: Linux (part 2) Kali Linux Commands | Modified: June 17, 2016

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