Hands-on Web Penetration Testing with Metasploit 4.x [Video]

By Atil Samancioglu
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About this video

Prepare yourself for common attacks, simulate real-world possibilities, and learn from test scenarios and case studies.

You'll carry out exploitations, build/port exploits of various kinds in Metasploit, find weaknesses in target systems, and hunt for vulnerabilities using Metasploit and its supporting tools. You'll master the latest security techniques and methods that can be directly applied to scan, test, hack, and secure networks and systems with Metasploit. Towards the end of the course, you will implement time-saving techniques using Metasploit.

By the end of the course, you will know how to fully protect your system using Metasploit, and will have gained the skills to carry out penetration testing in complex and highly-secured environments.

Style and Approach

This course is packed with step-by-step instructions that are useful for those getting started with Metasploit. This easy-to-follow guide for Metasploit explains, simply and clearly, how to use this essential IT power tool.

Publication date:
December 2018
Publisher
Packt
Duration
3 hours 41 minutes
ISBN
9781789537468

About the Author

  • Atil Samancioglu

    Atil Samancioglu is a best-selling online instructor and has instructed more than 80,000 students on Ethical Hacking. Atil has trained more than 20.000 students on the following Ethical Hacking subjects: Kali Linux, Metasploit, metasploitable, social engineering, Nmap, Man-in-the-Middle attacks, MITM proxy, Beef, Wireshark, Maltego, SQL Injection, XSS, social media safety, VPN server creation, Meterpreter, Ettercap, WPA Enterprise. He currently works as eBusiness Team Leader in a multinational company.

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