Time
2 hours 25 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
3

Video Transcription

00:00
and last module we did. Our malicious file slash code lab
00:03
Smart will be very similar to the last one because we'll be using a standard flash drive as well as a batch file in our attack.
00:10
Difference in this lab is we'll be using a link file to Google Drive that will be hosting our batch file before we begin. Let's go over what you'll need for this lab.
00:20
So for this lab, you will need a standard USB flash drive like before. Really again, any size will work for this. We'll be using again, really very tiny files. Internet access is required because, of course, we'll be using links to the Internet, so we'll need the ability to go there
00:39
again. 1,000,000 machine with Windows Operating system
00:42
texting software like no bad Plus Plus, which will be using.
00:47
And you'll have to create a a Gmail account because we're gonna be using cool drive on account is free to sign up. So before you get started, really wanna have your cool Dr account ready to go?
01:00
Okay. Before we get started again, I just want to show those of you who haven't seen previous labs where you can get,
01:07
uh, no pad program. So first we have the new pad plus plus go to no pad dash plus dash class dot org slash download to down the no pad plus plus for Windows.
01:22
Uh, if if you're a Mac user or Lennox Caesar, you go to sublime tex dot com slash three. That's where the downloads are
01:29
come,
01:30
and they also have Windows versions, too.

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