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    Host & Network Penetration Testing: Post-Exploitation

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    Post-exploitation is the final phase of the penetration testing process and consists of the tactics, techniques and procedures that attackers/adversaries undertake after obtaining initial access on a target system. In this course, you will learn about how to perform local enumeration on target systems to identify critical information like the users and groups, credentials and services. You will also learn how to elevate your privileges on Windows and Linux targets, as well as how to maintain access to target systems after compromise. You will also learn how to dump and crack hashes for the purpose of legitimate authentication or lateral movement. Furthermore, you will also learn how to perform internal network discovery and how to pivot to systems you have discovered on the target’s internal network. The objective of this course is to give you in-depth hands-on skills necessary to perform all the tasks that make up the post-exploitation phase of the penetration testing lifecycle. Test

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    Alexis Ahmed


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