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Gathering web server information with Nmap NSE
Information gathering is one of the most crucial steps when pentesting a web server. In this article, you will see how to use some of the
latest Nmap NSE scripts to collect information and use it to effectively perform a security assessment of a web server and of
resident web applications.
One of The Best Penetration Testing Tools
Security vulnerabilities exist in any software packages that are used
by Information system. This is due to programming error or misconfiguration of any online devices. Mourad Ben will describe how to find the most common vulnerabilities and present how to avoid the typical errors during configuration processes.
From Footprinting to Exploitation
Tenable Nessus is a very popular tool for scanning for vulenrabilities. Piotr Chynał will show you all task that you need to know to do
penetration test using Nessus and Metasploit. He will answer to typical questions: Is it really good? Can we use it for penetration
Nessus & Metasploit
Assessing vulnerabilities is one of the most essential and primary steps for securing the target system. Tools like Nessus & Metasploit
framework make it easier for penetration testers to tackle complex security issues in a comprehensive manner, at lower costs and without
consuming too much time. Amol Wagh will tell you about the most popular features that are essential when you are doing pentesting.
Interview with John Di Maria
John DiMaria (Co-Author of “How to Deploy BS 25999”) is a management system professional, Six Sigma Black Belt, certified Holistic Information Security Practitioner (HISP) and Master HISP with 24 years of successful experience in Management System Development. In this interview John DiMaria tell us about his experience with penetration testing.
Taming Vulnerability Data
Vulnerability scans routinely produce thousands of findings and hundreds of pages of reports. Making sense of this data and presenting it in a way usable to clients is often a bigger challenge than gathering it in the first place. MagicTree – a data management and reporting tool for penetration testers presents by Alexander and Alla Bezroutchko
Magic Tree Review
Depending on the complexity of the network, the results from a vulnerability scan can span several pages. Comprehending such an extensive report can be cumbersome and, more importantly, can lead to the oversight of some critical issues. MagicTree is a nifty tool for Vulnerability data management. In this article, Aby Rao presents the Magic Tree and his opinion about using it as a tool.
The goal of the scanning phase is to learn more information about the target environment and discover openings by interacting with that target environment. David J. Dodd from Pbnetworks shows usefull tools of scanning
Metasploit PTG Review
Chris Koger made a review of book “Metasploit The Penetration Tester’s Guide”.For most of us who have been performing penetration tests for a while now, Metasploit has been a staple on author’s list of essential tools.
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