Ethical Hacking - Capture the Flag Walkthroughs - v1
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- A much higher skill level as a pentester or a hacker.
- Ability to better pentest networks.
- Basic tools and techniques in vulnerability assessment and exploitation
- Understanding the hackers methodology
- Using understanding of penetration testing process and life-cycle
- MAC or PC capable of handling virtualizatio
- At least 4 GB of RAM (8 GB Preferred)
- Completion of 'Ethical Hacking Using Hands on Training' or any ethical hacking course (recommended).
- Comfortable using the Linux command line interface (CLI).
- Comfortable learning bits of programming code such as Python and PHP.
- Comfortable creating virtual machines.
- Comfortable with the English langauge.
You've taken enough ethical hacking courses. You know about the different pentesting tools but you're just not quite sure how to use them in a real-world pentest.
Congratulations! You came to the right course!
Students having completed the Syberoffense Ethical Hacking course can now put to use what they have learned. You've seen the tools, heard all the war stories, now learn to hack as you've always wanted to.
Using the hacking methodology, this course will teach you how to use those pentesting tools to enumerate and gain root access. Over the span of the course, you will learn the different attack vectors used to exploit a target.
You'll learn Python, PHP scripting and tricks of the trade that will astound you!
This is not a course for beginners, bug hunters or wanna-be script kiddies. Anyone enrolling should have a good command of the Linux terminal and be able to follow written step-by-step instructions. Each step of every capture the flag exercise is covered in a video tutorial.
You've taken the ethical hacking courses, you've been introduced to the tools and the methodology. This course brings it all together showing students how to perform an actual pentest and gain root access.
Students step through each of the Capture the Flags (CTF) walkthroughs learning how to footprint a target, enumerate the target for possible vulnerabilities, analyze the vulnerabilities and exploit the target to gain root access. Each CTF demonstrates the advanced techniques and different attack vectors used by professional pentesters and hackers.
Students having completed the Syberoffense Ethical Hacking course can now put to use what they have learned. You've seen the tools, heard all the war stories, now learn to hack like you've been wanting to.
Don't cheat yourself! Check out the free preview of the first module of the course. Students have a lifetime a access and more CTF exercises will be added over time.
- Those wanting to see the pentesting tools and hacking methodology being used.
- Those wanting to be learn advance pentesting/hacking techniques.
- This course is not for those new to ethical hacking.
This course requires one virtual install of Kali Linux. Additional virtual machines are required for each of the walkthroughs.
This small boot2root VM contains multiple remote vulnerabilities and multiple privilege escalation vectors. The validation for this walkthrough used VirtualBox, which is the recommended platform. It may also work with VMware.
First of two videos showing how to complete this CTF walkthrough.
In part II of this video walk through, we look at exploit analysis and finally the attack.
This is a boot2root Ubuntu-based virtual machine. The Walkthrough is rated as beginner, but I found it to me at least intermediate. Your goal is to remotely attack the VM and find all four flags eventually leading you to full root access. Stick to your classic hacking methodology and enumerate everything!
In this lab, you will be shown how to gain root access to a virtual machine designed as a Capture the Flag (CTF) exercise. This CTF is rated as beginner to intermediate. These walkthroughs are designed so students can learn by emulating the technical guidelines used in conducting an actual real-world pentest. A high-level overview of the standards can be found here: http://www.pentest-standard.org/index.php/Main_Page
Again, students will revisit the hacking methodology and reinforce the lessons previously covered in the previous two CTF exercises.
In this second video, the student will conduct more exploit analysis looking look for target vectors that will expose the second of three flags.
In this lab, you will attempt to capture three hidden flags. Using the hacker methodology, you will work your way through this CTF scenario based on the show, Mr. Robot.
This CTF exercise has three keys hidden in different locations. Your goal is to find all three. Each key becomes progressively difficult to find.
The level of expertise for this CTF is considered beginner-intermediate. There is no advanced exploitation or reverse engineering.