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  1. Description In the VPN IPsec for Network Engineers course you will be able to grasp Advanced IPsec topics in a simple manner. Step-by-step approach allows to fill in all the gaps you’ve had in your VPN knowledge. Whether you are a beginner or already have some experience in Networking & Security the course will be really beneficial for you. In this course you will find a lot of theory, which is relevant to contemporary IPsec and can be applied with any Vendor. More than that, you will get to see how the VPN is built using real devices. We will use Check Point and Fortinet firewalls to interconnect two sites, but the idea is that regardless of the vendor, you will be able to apply the knowledge. We will also use Wireshark to analyze packets for deeper understanding. IN THIS COURSE: You are NOT learning disconnected skills You learn how to stack your VPN knowledge together in a single, unified whole You get to see and learn how IPsec is built on real devices You learn how to troubleshoot (One of the most important skills in Networking) I have applied the streamlined, step-by-step method to excel as a VPN professional in less time than you ever thought possible. I’m going to walk you through the main challenges in IPsec, so you can step on the next level. Who this course is for: Beginner Network engineers Security engineers Network engineers Network Students Requirements Basic networking knowledge is required [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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    Advanced Ethical Hacking : Network and Web PenTesting Courses Collection PART : 1 What you'll learn? Network Hacking Wireless Hacking Router Hacking Mobile Phones Hacking And Many More........ -------------------------------------------------------------- Requirements:- VirtualBox 8 GB RAM for setting up the Labs Wireless Router At the end, we require you to please, have DISCIPLINE. Do not try to attack what you don't own and/or what you are not allowed to. Download Link: Free for users PRIV8

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  3. View File Advanced Ethical Hacking : Network and Web PenTesting Courses Collection [7GB] Advanced Ethical Hacking : Network and Web PenTesting Courses Collection PART : 1 What you'll learn? Network Hacking Wireless Hacking Router Hacking Mobile Phones Hacking And Many More........ -------------------------------------------------------------- Requirements:- VirtualBox 8 GB RAM for setting up the Labs Wireless Router At the end, we require you to please, have DISCIPLINE. Do not try to attack what you don't own and/or what you are not allowed to. Download Link: Free for users PRIV8 Submitter dEEpEst Submitted 31/10/21 Category Libro Online Password ********  
  4. VovSoft Network Alarmer – is a lightweight software created to offer you the ability of verifying the availability of various network devices by checking their IP address and warning you through an email message or a phone call, when something goes off course. Network Alarmer is also able to check the state of the Air Conditioning machines through the user-defined IP, supporting multiple devices at once. You can even set a temperature level past which the application should send you a phone call or an email message.Similarly, you can add various other IP addresses to the PING Device IP List and the utility will verify whether they are online or not, informing you of the result through a timestamped notice in the lower part of the window. [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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    Network Protocol Terminologies 

    Network Protocol Terminologies *LAN: LAN stands for “Local Area Network” and refers to a network that is not publicly accessible by the internet. Examples of this are home or office network. *WAN: WAN stands for “Wide Area Network” and generally refers to large dispersed networks and, more broadly, the internet. *ISP: ISP stands for “Internet Service Provider” and refers to the company responsible for providing you access to the internet. *NAT: Network Address Translation allows requests from outside your local network to be mapped to devices within your local network. *Firewall: A firewall is a piece of hardware or software that enforces what type of network traffic is and is not allowed. This is generally done by establishing rules for which ports should be externally accessible. *Router: A router is a network device whose main goal is to transfer data back and forth between different networks. This device allows requests to be made to the internet and for information to be sent back to the devices on a local network. *Switch: The basic function of a switch is to provide access between devices on a local network. An example is an Ethernet switch. *Network Interface: This component allows you to connect to a public or private network. It provides the software required to utilize networking hardware. An example of this is the Network Interface Cards (NICs). *Port: A port is a logically defined connection location. Ports provide a destination endpoint for communication and the transfer of data. The ports range from 0 to 65535. *Packet: A packet is the basic unit of data transferred over a network. A packet has a header that gives information about the packet (source, destination, etc) and a body or payload containing the actual data being sent.
  6. Features -> Create a hidden service -> Generate non-staged payload (python/meterpreter_reverse_http) -> Convert url using Tor2Web: a final extension .ws will be added, so url becomes available outside tor network -> Generate batch .rc file for msfconsole [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. All in one course to become a PRO in Computer Networking, Information Security, Bug Bounty, Web Application Pentesting. What you'll learn Master the fundamentals of Computer Networking, Cyber security and Ethical Hacking - ALL in one course! The perfect course to get you started with fundamentals of Networing - Learn LAN, MAN, WAN Network Models and OSI, TCP/IP Reference Models The only course that will teach you how to start from ZERO and become a professional Ethical Hacker + NEW CONTENT every month will be added Master the protocols from all the layers - Presentation, Application, Network, Physical, Data Link Layer, etc. Learn different attacks like SQL Injection, XSS Scripts, CSRF, File Upload Vulnerability, Command Execution and much more! Learn the perfect Pentesting Methodology and participate in Bug Bounty Programs Hunt Basic XSS Vulnerabilities on Live Environments including Metasploitable and OWASP BWAPP Learn Class full Addressing, IP Address Allocation, Classless Inter domain Routing (CIDR) and IP Address Practicals Description Network security is a set of technologies that protects the usability and integrity of a company’s infrastructure by preventing the entry or proliferation within a network of a wide variety of potential threats. Multiple layers of defenses at the edge and throughout the network make up network security. Policies and controls are implemented at each network security layer. Access to network resources is granted to authorized users, but bad actors are prevented from carrying out attacks and threats. As more business applications migrate to private and public clouds in today's hyper-connected world, network security becomes a greater challenge. Furthermore, applications are increasingly implementing virtualization and deployed across multiple locations, some of which are outside IT security teams' physical control. With the amount of cyber-attacks on businesses increasing all the time, network security is becoming increasingly important. This Network Security Course is a complete power-pack course which focuses on Computer Networking, Ethical Hacking and Information Security! Only course which focuses on all the aspects of Security. What will you learn in this course? Fundamentals of Cybersecurity Overview of Ethical Hacking Terminologies Introduction to Network Devices Introduction to Internet Protocol IP Addressing IP Subnetting Network Address Translation IP Routing Fundamentals Concepts and Principles of Information Security Introduction to Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) Risk Management Fundamentals of Cybersecurity Everything about Cryptography Identity and Access Management Routing Protocols What is Kali Linux and why do we use it? Setting up your own Penetration Testing Labs Understanding of OWASP Broken Web Application and MetaSploitable Phases of Penetration Testing Information Gathering Scanning Target Network for Valuable Information Vulnerability Assessment Exploiting SQL Injection Vulnerabilities Different ways to perform CSRF attacks and bypass CSRF protection Types of an Authentication bypass Different ways to perform XSS Exploitation using multiple types of payloads Cherry on the cake – I have also included a full practice exam to assess your knowledge and understanding. By the end of the course, you will have gained the necessary level of confidence to clear your interviews and other security exams with flying colors and you will be ready to become a real-world information security professional with increasing demand in security jobs. Top Reasons To Learn Information Security Cyber security – An Evergreen Industry Travel the World with Cyber security A Chance to Work with Secret Agencies Not Much Math Involved! A Career that Serves the Greater Good Unlimited Potential for Personal Growth A Variety of Industries to Choose from Who this course is for: Students who want to learn Cyber security, Computer Networking and Ethical Hacking Students, IT Professionals, Consultants who want to get started with Computer Network Those who are looking to pursue certifications like CEH, ECSA, OSCP, CCNA and other security certifications Those who want to start a career in Bug Bounty Hunting [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. Network Security Toolkit (NST) is a bootable ISO image (Live DVD/USB Flash Drive) based on Fedora 28 providing easy access to best-of-breed Open Source Network Security Applications and should run on most x86_64 systems. The main intent of developing this toolkit was to provide the security professional and network administrator with a comprehensive set of Open Source Network Security Tools. The majority of tools published in the article: Top 125 Security Tools by INSECURE.ORG are available in the toolkit. An advanced Web User Interface (WUI) is provided for system/network administration, navigation, automation, network monitoring, host geolocation, network analysis, and configuration of many network and security applications found within the NST distribution. In the virtual world, NST can be used as a network security analysis, validation, and monitoring tool on virtual enterprise servers hosting virtual machines. Features Multi-Tap Network Packet Capture Web-Based Network Security Tools Management Host/IPv4 Address Geolocation Network/System Monitoring Network Intrusion Detection Network Interface Bandwidth Monitor Web-based Snort IDS Integration Active Connections Monitor Network Segment ARP Scanner Network Packet Capture CloudShark Upload Support Multi-Port Terminal Server VNC / RDP Desktop Session Management Changelog 34-12783 This release is based on Fedora 34 using Linux Kernel: “kernel-5.13.07-200.fc34.x86_64”. This is an interim release that supports better handling of UEFI NST system installation and booting. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. nmap (“Network Mapper“) is an open-source tool for network exploration and security auditing. It was designed to rapidly scan large networks, although it works fine to scan single hosts. nmap uses raw IP packets in novel ways to determine what hosts are available on the network, what services (application name and version) those hosts are offering, what operating systems (and OS versions) they are running, what type of packet filters/firewalls are in use, and dozens of other characteristics. While nmap is commonly used for security audits, many systems and network administrators find it useful for routine tasks such as network inventory, managing service upgrade schedules, and monitoring host or service uptime. The output from nmap is a list of scanned targets, with supplemental information on each depending on the options used. Key among that information is the “interesting ports table”. That table lists the port number and protocol, service name, and state. The state is either open, filtered, closed, or unfiltered. Open means that an application on the target machine is listening for connections/packets on that port. Filtered means that a firewall, filter, or other network obstacle is blocking the port so that nmap cannot tell whether it is open or closed. Closed ports have no application listening on them, though they could open up at any time. Ports are classified as unfiltered. when they are responsive to nmap’s probes, but nmap cannot determine whether they are open or closed. nmap reports the state combinations open|filtered and closed|filtered when it cannot determine which of the two states describe a port. The port table may also include software version details when version detection has been requested. When an IP protocol scan is requested (-sO), nmap provides information on supported IP protocols rather than listening ports. In addition to the interesting ports table, nmap can provide further information on targets, including reverse DNS names, operating system guesses, device types, and MAC addresses. Changelog Nmap 7.92: [Windows] Upgraded Npcap (our Windows raw packet capturing and transmission driver) from version 1.00 to the latest version 1.50. You can read about the dozens of performance improvements, bug fixes and feature enhancements at [Hidden Content]. [Windows] Thanks to the Npcap 1.50 upgrade, Nmap now works on the Windows ARM architecture so you can run it on lightweight and power-efficient tablets like the Microsoft Surface Pro X and Samsung Galaxy Book Go. More ARM devices are on the way along with the upcoming Windows 11 release. See the Npcap on ARM announcement at [Hidden Content]. [Windows] Updated our Windows builds to Visual Studio 2019, Windows 10 SDK, and the UCRT. This prevents Nmap from working on Windows Vista and earlier, but they can still use older versions of Nmap on their ancient operating system. New Nmap option –unique will prevent Nmap from scanning the same IP address twice, which can happen when different names resolve to the same address. [Daniel Miller] [NSE][GH#1691] TLS 1.3 now supported by most scripts for which it is relevant, such as ssl-enum-ciphers. Some functions like ssl tunnel connections and certificate parsing will require OpenSSL 1.1.1 or later to fully support TLS 1.3. [Daniel Miller] [NSE] Added 3 NSE scripts, from 4 authors, bringing the total up to 604! They are all listed at [Hidden Content], and the summaries are below: [GH#2201] nbns-interfaces queries NetBIOS name service (NBNS) to gather IP addresses of the target’s network interfaces [Andrey Zhukov] [GH#711] openflow-info gathers preferred and supported protocol versions from OpenFlow devices [Jay Smith, Mak Kolybabi] port-states prints a list of ports that were found in each state, including states that were summarized as “Not shown: X closed ports” [Daniel Miller] Several changes to UDP payloads to improve accuracy: [GH#2269] Fix an issue with -sU where payload data went out-of-scope before it was used, causing corrupted payloads to be sent. [Mariusz Ziulek] Nmap’s retransmission limits were preventing some UDP payloads from being tried with -sU and -PU. Now, Nmap sends each payload for a particular port at the same time without delay. [Daniel Miller] New UDP payloads: [GH#1279] TS3INIT1 for UDP 3389 [colcrunch] [GH#1895] DTLS for UDP 3391 (RD Gateway) [Arnim Rupp] [NSE][GH#2208][GH#2203] SMB2 dialect handling has been redesigned. Visible changes include: Notable improvement in speed of script smb-protocols and others Some SMB scripts are no longer using a hardcoded dialect, improving target interoperability Dialect names are aligned with Microsoft, such as 3.0.2, instead of 3.02 [nnposter] [GH#2350] Upgraded OpenSSL to version 1.1.1k. This addresses some CVE’s which don’t affect Nmap in a material way. Details: [Hidden Content] Removed support for the ancient WinPcap library since we already include our own Npcap library ([Hidden Content]) supporting the same API. WinPcap was abandoned years ago and it’s official download page says that “WE RECOMMEND USING Npcap INSTEAD” for security, stability, compatibility, and support reasons. [GH#2257] Fix an issue in addrset matching that was causing all targets to be excluded if the –excludefile listed a CIDR range that contains an earlier, smaller CIDR range. [Daniel Miller] Upgrade the Windows NSIS installer to use the latest NSIS 3 (version 3.07) instead of the previous NSIS 2 generation. Setting –host-timeout=0 will disable the host timeout, which is set by -T5 to 15 minutes. Earlier versions of Nmap require the user to specify a very long timeout instead. Improvements to Nmap’s XML output: If a host times out, the XML <host> element will have the attribute timedout=”true” and the host’s timing info (srtt etc.) will still be printed. The “extrareasons” element now includes a list of port numbers for each “ignored” state. The “All X ports” and “Not shown:” lines in normal output have been changed slightly to provide more detail. [Daniel Miller] [NSE][GH#2237] Prevent the ssl-* NSE scripts from probing ports that were excluded from version scan, usually 9100-9107, since JetDirect will print anything sent to these ports. [Daniel Miller] [GH#2206] Nmap no longer produces cryptic message “Failed to convert source address to presentation format” when unable to find useable route to the target. [nnposter] [Ncat][GH#2202] Use safety-checked versions of FD_* macros to abort early if number of connections exceeds FD_SETSIZE. [Pavel Zhukov] [Ncat] Connections proxied via SOCKS4/SOCKS5 were intermittently dropping server data sent right after the connection got established, such as port banners. [Sami Pönkänen] [Ncat][GH#2149] Fixed a bug in proxy connect mode which would close the connection as soon as it was opened in Nmap 7.90 and 7.91. [NSE][GH#2175] Fixed NSE so it will not consolidate all port script output for targets which share an IP (e.g. HTTP vhosts) under one target. [Daniel Miller] [Zenmap][GH#2157] Fixed an issue where a failure to execute Nmap would result in a Zenmap crash with “TypeError: coercing to Unicode” exception. Nmap no longer considers an ICMP Host Unreachable as confirmation that a target is down, in accordance with RFC 1122 which says these errors may be transient. Instead, the probe will be destroyed and other probes used to determine aliveness. [Daniel Miller] [Ncat][GH#2154] Ncat no longer crashes when used with Unix domain sockets. [Ncat][GH#2167][GH#2168] Ncat is now again generating certificates with the duration of one year. Due to a bug, recent versions of Ncat were using only one minute. [Tobias Girstmair] [NSE][GH#2281] URL/percent-encoding is now using uppercase hex digits to align with RFC 3986, section 2.1, and to improve compatibility with some real-world web servers. [nnposter] [NSE][GH#2174] Script hostmap-crtsh got improved in several ways. The most visible are that certificate SANs are properly split apart and that identities that are syntactically incorrect to be hostnames are now ignored. [Michel Le Bihan, nnposter] [NSE] Loading of a Nikto database failed if the file was referenced relative to the Nmap directory [nnposter] [GH#2199] Updated Nmap’s NPSL license to rewrite a poorly-worded clause abiyt “proprietary software companies”. The new license version 0.93 is still available from [Hidden Content]. As described on that page, we are also still offering Nmap 7.90, 7.91, and 7.92 under the previous Nmap 7.80 license. Finally, we still offer the Nmap OEM program for companies who want a non-copyleft license allowing them to redistribute Nmap with their products at [Hidden Content]. [NSE] Script smb2-vuln-uptime no longer reports false positives when the target does not provide its boot time. [nnposter] [NSE][GH#2197] Client packets composed by the DHCP library will now contain option 51 (IP address lease time) only when requested. [nnposter] [NSE][GH#2192] XML decoding in library citrixxml no longer crashes when encountering a character reference with codepoint greater than 255. (These references are now left unmodified.) [nnposter] [NSE] Script mysql-audit now defaults to the bundled mysql-cis.audit for the audit rule base. [nnposter] [NSE][GH#1473] It is now possible to control whether the SNMP library uses v1 (default) or v2c by setting script argument snmp.version. [nnposter] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. Cerbrutus Modular brute force tool written in Python, for very fast password spraying SSH, and FTP and in the near future other network services. COMING SOON: SMB, HTTP(s) POST, HTTP(s) GET, HTTP BASIC AUTH Thanks to @0dayctf, Rondons, Enigma, and 001 for testing and contributing [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. CloudFail is a tactical reconnaissance tool which aims to gather enough information about a target protected by CloudFlare in the hopes of discovering the location of the server. Using Tor to mask all requests, the tool as of right now has 3 different attack phases. Misconfigured DNS scan using DNSDumpster.com. Scan the Crimeflare.com database. Bruteforce scan over 2500 subdomains. Disclaimer This tool is a PoC (Proof of Concept) and does not guarantee results. It is possible to setup Cloudflare properly so that the IP is never released or logged anywhere; this is not often the case and hence why this tool exists. This tool is only for academic purposes and testing under controlled environments. Do not use without obtaining proper authorization from the network owner of the network under testing. The author bears no responsibility for any misuse of the tool. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  12. The giveaway starts today and ends on 07/24/2021, I will be using a site like random.org to generate a random number that will answer the winner's post number. To participate leave a comment! Min. 2 Users Max. 5 Users
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    Network Protocol Terminologies

    Network Protocol Terminologies LAN: LAN stands for “Local Area Network” and refers to a network that is not publicly accessible by the internet. Examples of this are home or office network. WAN: WAN stands for “Wide Area Network” and generally refers to large dispersed networks and, more broadly, the internet. ISP: ISP stands for “Internet Service Provider” and refers to the company responsible for providing you access to the internet. NAT: Network Address Translation allows requests from outside your local network to be mapped to devices within your local network. Firewall: A firewall is a piece of hardware or software that enforces what type of network traffic is and is not allowed. This is generally done by establishing rules for which ports should be externally accessible.
  15. Description Network protection is vital to organizations big and small, but it doesn’t have to be an expensive proposition. Learn how to protect your network with open-source tools, and do it completely free. Jungwoo Ryoo shows how to set up firewalls, investigate network traffic with a packet analyzer, detect threats and malicious activity with an intrusion-detection system, and enable network logging and monitoring. Start here for a low-cost route to a more secure network. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. Scan for a target wireless network. Launch the Handshake Snooper attack. Capture a handshake (necessary for password verification). Launch Captive Portal attack. Spawns a rogue (fake) AP, imitating the original access point. Spawns a DNS server, redirecting all requests to the attacker’s host running the captive portal. Spawns a web server, serving the captive portal which prompts users for their WPA/WPA2 key. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  17. What you'll learn 80+ detailed videos on ADVANCED network hacking 2 methods to hack WPA2 enterprise networks 3 methods to hack captive portals (hotels & airport networks) Steal WPA/WPA2 password using evil twin attack. Crack WPA/WPA2 faster using GPU. Write custom scripts to implement your attack ideas. Bypass router-side security & run ARP spoofing attack without raising alarms. Unlock WPS on some routers even if its locked Disconnect multiple or all clients from their networks without knowing the key Bypass MAC filtering (both black & white lists). Discover & connect to hidden networks Crack more secure WEP implementation when SKA is used. Exploit WPS on more secure routers to get the WPA/WPA2 key. Understand how WPA/WPA2 enterprise work. Understand how a fake access points work Manually create fake access points Generate SSL certificates & use it to support HTTPS on apache2. Create a fake captive portal that acts exactly like a normal captive portal. Use huge wordlists to crack WPA/WPA2 without taking up disk space. Save WPA / WPA2 cracking progress. Bypass HTTPS & capture data manually. Analyse data flows and build own attacks. Run attacks against HTTPS websites. Inject Javascript / HTML code in HTTPS pages. Create trojans - combine any file (image/pdf) with an evil file. Replace files downloaded on the network with trojans. Write script to replace downloads with trojans on the fly. Requirements Computer with a minimum of 4GB ram/memory Operating System: Windows / OS X / Linux Finished the networks section of my general ethical hacking course OR Finished my network hacking course. For the wifi cracking ONLY - Wireless adapter that supports monitor mode (more info provided in the course). [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  18. An engine to make Tor network your default gateway Summary The Tor project allows users to surf the Internet, chat and send instant messages anonymously through its own mechanism. It is used by a wide variety of people, companies and organizations, both for lawful activities and for other illicit purposes. Tor has been largely used by intelligence agencies, hacking groups, criminal activities and even ordinary users who care about their privacy in the digital world. Nipe is an engine, developed in Perl, that aims on making the Tor network your default network gateway. Nipe can route the traffic from your machine to the Internet through Tor network, so you can surf the Internet having a more formidable stance on privacy and anonymity in cyberspace. Currently, only IPv4 is supported by Nipe, but we are working on a solution that adds IPv6 support. Also, only traffic other than DNS requests destined for local and/or loopback addresses is not trafficked through Tor. All non-local UDP/ICMP traffic is also blocked by the Tor project. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  19. Perform automated network reconnaissance scans to gather network intelligence. IntelSpy is a multi-threaded network intelligence spy tool which performs automated enumeration of network services. It performs live hosts detection scans, port scans, services enumeration scans, web content scans, brute-force, detailed off-line exploits searches and more. The tool will also launch further enumeration scans for each detected service using a number of different tools. Features Scans multiple targets in the form of IP addresses, IP ranges (CIDR notation) and resolvable hostnames. Scans targets concurrently. Detects live hosts in an IP range (CIDR) network. Customizable port scanning profiles and service enumeration commands. Creates a directory structure for results gathering. Logs commands that were run. Generates shell scripts with commands to be run manually. Extracts important information in txt and markdown format. Stores data to an SQLite database. Generates HTML report. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  20. Beyond Multisite helps WordPress multisite network administrators to better control, protect, and clean their network. Demo: [Hidden Content] [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  21. About TorghostNG TorghostNG is a tool that make all your internet traffic anonymized through Tor network. Rewritten from TorGhost with Python 3. TorghostNG was tested on: Kali Linux Manjaro ... What's new in TorghostNG 1.2 Fixed update_commands and others in torghostng.py Changed a few things in theme.py Changed a few things in install.py Now you can change Tor circuit with -r [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
  22. Descripción Descripción del producto Over 90 hands-on recipes explaining how to leverage custom scripts and integrated tools in Kali Linux to effectively master network scanning About This Book Learn the fundamentals behind commonly used scanning techniques Deploy powerful scanning tools that are integrated into the Kali Linux testing platform A step-by-step guide, full of recipes that will help you use integrated scanning tools in Kali Linux, and develop custom scripts for making new and unique tools of your own Who This Book Is For "Kali Linux Network Scanning Cookbook" is intended for information security professionals and casual security enthusiasts alike. It will provide the foundational principles for the novice reader but will also introduce scripting techniques and in-depth analysis for the more advanced audience. Whether you are brand new to Kali Linux or a seasoned veteran, this book will aid in both understanding and ultimately mastering many of the most powerful and useful scanning techniques in the industry. It is assumed that the reader has some basic security testing experience. What You Will Learn Develop a network-testing environment that can be used to test scanning tools and techniques Understand the underlying principles of network scanning technologies by building custom scripts and tools Perform comprehensive scans to identify listening on TCP and UDP sockets Examine remote services to identify type of service, vendor, and version Evaluate denial of service threats and develop an understanding of how common denial of service attacks are performed Identify distinct vulnerabilities in both web applications and remote services and understand the techniques that are used to exploit them In Detail Kali Linux Network Scanning Cookbook will introduce you to critical scanning concepts. You will be shown techniques associated with a wide range of network scanning tasks that include discovery scanning, port scanning, service enumeration, operating system identification, vulnerability mapping, and validation of identified findings. You will learn how to utilize the arsenal of tools available in Kali Linux to conquer any network environment. You will also be shown how to identify remote services, how to assess security risks, and how various attacks are performed. This immersive guide will also encourage the creation of personally scripted tools and the development of skills required to create them. Biografía del autor Justin Hutchens currently works as a security consultant and regularly performs penetration tests and security assessments for a wide range of clients. He previously served in the United States Air Force, where he worked as an intrusion detection specialist, network vulnerability analyst, and malware forensic investigator for a large enterprise network with over 55,000 networked systems. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Information Technology and multiple professional information security certifications, to include Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP), eLearnSecurity Web Application Penetration Tester (eWPT), GIAC Certified Incident Handler (GCIH), Certified Network Defense Architect (CNDA), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), and Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI). He is also the writer and producer of Packt Publishing's e-learning video course, Kali Linux - Backtrack Evolved: Assuring Security by Penetration Testing. [Hidden Content]
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  24. View File Certified Network Defender by EC-Council Certified Network Defender by EC-Council An Exclusive, Everything Related to Network Defender by EC-Council. Download : Free for user Priv8 Submitter dEEpEst Submitted 16/12/19 Category Libro Online Password ********