Category Archives: PENTEST

Client side exploitation attacks

Let’s take a short break from Sourcefire and talk a little bit about client side exploitation. Don’t worry, we will go back to SF soon. So, what is client side exploitation? Well, let’s talk a little bit about “regular” exploitation. Perhaps … Continue reading

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Preparing Kali linux for penetration testing/vulnerability assessment

We all know what Kali linux is and what it’s used for. What we need is a comprehensive guide or reminder how to install it and set it up from the scratch. And make it more powerful by adding some … Continue reading

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Preparing BackTrack5 and wireless networking for penetration testing

As a part of my day-to-day duties, I test security policies, IPS and firewall setups, find vulnerabilities, missing patches, … One of tools I’m using is a “BackTrack” or “BT”. It is a Linux distro packed with tons of utilities … Continue reading

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