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Course Name: Security Testing and Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux

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Course Curriculum

Section 1: Starting with Kali Linux
Introduction 00:00:00
About the Author 00:00:00
System Requirements 00:00:00
Acquiring Kali Linux 00:00:00
Tool Categories Available in Kali Linux 00:00:00
Section 2: Installation and Management
Booting to Kali 00:00:00
Installing Kali 00:00:00
Overview of the User Interface 00:00:00
Customizing Kali 00:00:00
Getting Updated from the UI 00:00:00
System Settings 00:00:00
Section 3: Command Line
Using the Terminal 00:00:00
Managing Directories 00:00:00
File Permissions 00:00:00
Viewing Files 00:00:00
Using grep 00:00:00
Using Pipes to Chain Commands 00:00:00
Editing Files 00:00:00
Getting Help from the Command Line 00:00:00
Date Management 00:00:00
Listing Services 00:00:00
Starting and Stopping Services 00:00:00
Section 4: Package Management
The Package Manager 00:00:00
Updating and Searching for Packages 00:00:00
Installing and Updating Packages 00:00:00
Listing and Erasing Packages 00:00:00
Building Packages from Source 00:00:00
Managing Repositories 00:00:00
Section 5: Intelligence Gathering with Kali Linux
Chapter Introduction 00:00:00
About the Author 00:00:00
System Requirements 00:00:00
Section 6: Using Maltego
Starting with Maltego Community Edition 00:00:00
Running Machines in Maltego 00:00:00
Use Maltego to Stalk a Company 00:00:00
Obtaining Company Footprint with Maltego 00:00:00
Looking up People in Maltego 00:00:00
Using Transforms 00:00:00
Viewing Graphs 00:00:00
Creating a Machine 00:00:00
Section 7: Gathering DNS Information
Using dig 00:00:00
Using nslookup 00:00:00
Using dnswalk 00:00:00
Using DNSRecon 00:00:00
Using dnsmap 00:00:00
Using dnsenum 00:00:00
Section 8: Other Information Gathering
Passive Network Scanning 00:00:00
Acquiring Information from Metadata (Metagoofil) 00:00:00
Using Miranda for UPnP 00:00:00
Using Recon-ng 00:00:00
Using theHarvester 00:00:00
Using snmp-check 00:00:00
Using Parsero 00:00:00
Section 9: Vulnerability Assessment with Kali Linux
Chapter Introduction 00:00:00
About the Author 00:00:00
System Requirements 00:00:00
Section 10: Web Vulnerabilities
Quick Start Scanning with ZAProxy 00:00:00
Using ZAProxy as a Proxy 00:00:00
Spidering Using ZAProxy 00:00:00
Active Scanning Using ZAProxy 00:00:00
Fuzzing Attacks Using ZAProxy 00:00:00
Using Breakpoints with ZAProxy 00:00:00
Using w3af 00:00:00
Targeted Scans Using w3af 00:00:00
Using Arachni 00:00:00
Using Vega 00:00:00
Using skipfish 00:00:00
Using Xsser 00:00:00
Section 11: OS Vulnerabilities
Using Lynis for Local Vulnerability Identification 00:00:00
Getting Started with OpenVAS 00:00:00
Accessing OpenVAS via the Web Interface 00:00:00
Quick Start Scanning with OpenVAS 00:00:00
Setting Policy with OpenVAS 00:00:00
Reviewing Reports in OpenVAS 00:00:00
Using Root Kit Hunter 00:00:00
Using Yersinia for Network Vulnerabilities 00:00:00
Section 12: Database Vulnerabilities
Using sqlmap 00:00:00
Using sqlninja 00:00:00
Using HexorBase 00:00:00
Using Jsql 00:00:00
Section 13: Working with Exploits in Kali Linux
Chapter Introduction 00:00:00
About the Author 00:00:00
System Requirements 00:00:00
Section 14: Using Web Exploitations Tools
Exploiting with w3af 00:00:00
Exploiting with jboss-autopwn 00:00:00
Using Commix 00:00:00
Using Maltego Teeth 00:00:00
Using BeEF 00:00:00
Section 15: Program Exploitation Tools
Adding Vulnerabilities with Backdoor Factory 00:00:00
Basic Vulnerable Program 00:00:00
Compiling and Running Vulnerable Program 00:00:00
About the Stack 00:00:00
Using objdump 00:00:00
Using dd debugger 00:00:00
Setting Breakpoints 00:00:00
Looking at Stack Using dd 00:00:00
Manipulating the Instruction Pointer 00:00:00
Using Social Engineer’s Toolkit 00:00:00
Section 16: Start to Finish
Using Metasploit 00:00:00
Importing Information 00:00:00
Identifying Vulnerabilities 00:00:00
Locating Modules 00:00:00
Exploiting a Vulnerability 00:00:00
Privilege Escalation to Root Using udev 00:00:00
Maintaining Access Using Cymothoa 00:00:00
Section 17: Reporting and Password Cracking with Kali Linux
Chapter Introduction 00:00:00
About the Author 00:00:00
System Requirements 00:00:00
Section 18: Cracking Passwords
Unshadow Passwd Files 00:00:00
Word Lists 00:00:00
Word Lists Available in Kali 00:00:00
Using John Using Brute Force Attack 00:00:00
Using John with Wordlist 00:00:00
Using Ophcrack for Rainbow Tables 00:00:00
Using Ncrack 00:00:00
Web Application Password Attacks 00:00:00
Using patator 00:00:00
Using Hydra 00:00:00
Hydra Attacks Against Protocols 00:00:00
Section 19: Data Capture and Reporting
Text Files for Notes 00:00:00
Using Leafpad 00:00:00
Using CutyCapt 00:00:00
Using Faraday IDE 00:00:00
Using KeepNote 00:00:00
Using recordmydesktop 00:00:00
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