Info Gather (part 3) – Testing Your Python Scripts

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Info Gather (part 3) – Testing Your Python Scripts

Testing Your Python Scripts

This lesson covers testing the scripts you wrote, running them and seeing the results to discover any errors that or breaks that might exist. Participants also learn how to download the registry key and implement an end condition. When an end condition is there, it’s a signal to the network to say that there is no more data to send. Finally, participants learn how to execute command which sends a log.

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