Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking Notes

Notes

Etherape – graphical tool [view]

By: walissonfa | Related Lesson: Performing a nMap Scan | Modified: June 14, 2016

\\\ '';><<>|"!@#$%^&*()_

dfg [view]

By: drakylar | Related Lesson: nslookup Lab | Modified: June 14, 2016

scanning

UDP/USER DATAGRAM PROTOCOL ICMP/INTERNET CONTROL MEESAGE PROTOCOL ping weep TOOLS: HPING NMAP   [view]

By: eliot5 | Related Lesson: Scanning (Whiteboard) | Modified: June 14, 2016

ping

ping site -f -l -a 1300-1400–> until we reach the right one ping/?  to get help on ping commands     [view]

By: eliot5 | Related Lesson: Ping Lab | Modified: June 14, 2016

The Five Phases of Penetration

1) re consience 2) scanning 3) Gaining access 4) exploit 5) covering tracks     [view]

By: nk | Related Lesson: The Five Phases of Penetration Testing | Modified: June 14, 2016

commands

by using nslookup and help   set type=MX/SOA  commands  on command prombt give to information about IP and servers name and too many informations server 8.8.8.8 gives default server exit return to the top of commands notepad file.txt to open in [view]

By: eliot5 | Related Lesson: nslookup Lab | Modified: June 14, 2016

5 Phases of Penetration Testing

1. Reconnaissance (Examination/Inspection/Investigation) 2. Scanning 3. Gaining Access 4. Maintaining that Access 5. Covering Your Tracks or Writing your reports   Note : Always Rinse and Repeat during Penetration [view]

By: KmEdwin | Related Lesson: The Five Phases of Penetration Testing | Modified: June 14, 2016

pwdump

relative ID 500 account is admin 501 guest for all windows [view]

By: cwen | Related Lesson: pwdump Lab | Modified: June 14, 2016

Footprinting Notes

– Documents info about target– Email, directories, IP addresses, domain names, company websites, job sites, social networks –  [view]

By: altsumo | Related Lesson: Introduction to Footprinting | Modified: June 14, 2016

Comandos

nslookup <alvo> [view]

By: | Related Lesson: nslookup Lab | Modified: June 13, 2016

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