Ethical hacking with Hak5 devices

Learn about the USB Rubber Ducky, the O.MG cable and more
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Why physical security is so important
Why you should never plug in unknown devices into your computer
Hak5 Rubber Ducky
Hak5 O. MG cable
Hak5 Bashbunny

Requirements

  • Computer
  • If you want to copy what I demonstrate, you will need to purchase Hak5 devices

Description

Never, ever plug in some unknown USB thumb drive or cable into your computer!

Are you aware of what these kinds of malicious cables and usb devices can do?

In this course I'll teach you how to use the Hak5 USB Rubber Ducky and O.MG cables to launch various attacks including reverse shell attacks using netcat.

This course teaches you Ethical hacking techniques and will hopefully help make you aware of why implementing good security practices at both home and the office are so important.

You can purchase these devices from the Hak5 website.


Who this course is for:

  • Ethical hackers
  • Security researchers
  • Cybersecurity students

Course content

1 section8 lectures1h 24m total length
  • USB Rubber Ducky Demo
    08:14
  • Answering your questions
    01:59
  • Udemy tips and tricks
    03:46
  • Do you trust your USB cable?
    07:58
  • O.MG cable configuration: Zero to attack
    23:23
  • Rubber Ducky setup
    21:53
  • Bash Bunny
    17:07
  • Bonus Content
    00:09

Instructor

CCIE #11023, over 15 years of network training experience
David Bombal
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David Bombal (CCIE  #11023 Emeritus) passed his Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Routing and Switching exam in January 2003 and is one of a small percentage of Cisco Engineers that pass their CCIE labs on their first attempt. 

David qualified as a  Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (CCSI #22787) many years ago! He has been training Cisco  courses for over 15 years and has delivered instructor led courses in various  countries around the world covering a wide range of Cisco topics from CCNA to  CCIE. 

David is very active on social media and has over 500,000 YouTube subscribers and has posted over 1,000 free videos.