WPScan Lab



This next lab in the Hacking Web Servers module introduces you to WPScan.

WPScan stands for WordPress Scan. This lesson demonstrates how to do a vulnerability scan on web server applications to target WordPress sites. This lesson specifically uses WordPress (WP).

You’ll learn the different target types you can execute such as password lists, user names, as well as site paths.  This direct application approach is key to helping you identify how tools work, particularly since that might vary from one web server application to another.


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