Kali Linux – An Ethical Hacker’s Cookbook

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Author: Himanshu Sharma
Pub Date: 2017
ISBN: 978-1787121829
Pages: 376
Language: English
Format: AZW3/PDF (conv)
Size: 55 Mb

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End-to-end penetration testing solutions
Over 120 recipes to perform advanced penetration testing with Kali Linux
With the current rate of hacking, it is very important to pentest your environment in order to ensure advanced-level security. This book is packed with practical recipes that will quickly get you started with Kali Linux (version 2016.2) according to your needs, and move on to core functionalities. This book will start with the installation and configuration of Kali Linux so that you can perform your tests. You will learn how to plan attack strategies and perform web application exploitation using tools such as Burp, and Jexboss. You will also learn how to perform network exploitation using Metasploit, Sparta, and Wireshark. Next, you will perform wireless and password attacks using tools such as Patator, John the Ripper, and airoscript-ng. Lastly, you will learn how to create an optimum quality pentest report! By the end of this book, you will know how to conduct advanced penetration testing thanks to the book’s crisp and task-oriented recipes.
What You Will Learn

  • Installing, setting up and customizing Kali for pentesting on multiple platforms
  • Pentesting routers and embedded devices
  • Bug hunting 2017
  • Pwning and escalating through corporate network
  • Buffer overflows 101
  • Auditing wireless networks
  • Fiddling around with software-defned radio
  • Hacking on the run with NetHunter
  • Writing good quality reports