viernes, 1 de febrero de 2013

Backtrack 5 Cook-book


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Chapter 1: Up and Running with BackTrack
Installing BackTrack to a hard disk drive
Installing BackTrack to a USB drive with persistent memory
Installing BackTrack on VirtualBox
Installing BackTrack using VMware Tools
Fixing the splash screen
Changing the root password
Starting network services
Setting up the wireless network

Chapter 2: Customizing BackTrack
Preparing kernel headers
Installing Broadcom drivers
Installing and configuring ATI video card drivers
Installing and configuring NVIDIA video card drivers
Applying updates and configuring extra security tools
Setting up ProxyChains
Directory encryption

Chapter 3: Information Gathering
Service enumeration
Determining the network range
Identifying active machines
Finding open ports
Operating system fingerprinting
Service fingerprinting
Threat assessment with Maltego
Mapping the network

Chapter 4: Vulnerability Identification
Installing, configuring, and starting Nessus
Nessus – finding local vulnerabilities
Nessus – finding network vulnerabilities
Nessus – finding Linux-specific vulnerabilities
Nessus – finding Windows-specific vulnerabilities
Installing, configuring, and starting OpenVAS
OpenVAS – finding local vulnerabilities
OpenVAS – finding network vulnerabilities
OpenVAS – finding Linux-specific vulnerabilities
OpenVAS – finding Windows-specific vulnerabilities

Chapter 5: Exploitation
Implementing exploits from BackTrack
Installing and configuring Metasploitable
Mastering Armitage – the graphical management tool for Metasploit
Mastering the Metasploit Console (MSFCONSOLE)
Mastering the Metasploit CLI (MSFCLI)
Mastering Meterpreter
Metasploitable MySQL
Metasploitable PostgreSQL
Metasploitable Tomcat
Metasploitable PDF
Implementing the browser_autopwn module

Chapter 6: Privilege Escalation
Using impersonation tokens
Local privilege escalation attack
Mastering the Social-Engineer Toolkit (SET)
Collecting victims' data
Cleaning up the tracks
Creating a persistent backdoor
Man-in-the-middle attack (MITM)

Chapter 7: Wireless Network Analysis
Cracking a WEP wireless network
Cracking a WPA/WPA2 wireless network
Automating wireless network cracking
Accessing clients using a fake AP
URL traffic manipulation
Port redirection
Sniffing network traffic
Accessing an e-mail by stealing cookies

Chapter 8: Voice over IP (VoIP)
Using Svmap
Finding valid extensions
Monitoring, capturing, and eavesdropping on VoIP traffic
Using VoIPong
Mastering UCSniff
Mastering Xplico
Capturing SIP authentication
Mastering VoIP Hopper
Causing a denial of service
Attacking VoIP using Metasploit
Sniffing DECT phones

Chapter 9: Password Cracking
Online password attacks
Cracking HTTP passwords
Gaining router access
Password profiling
Cracking a Windows password using John the Ripper
Using dictionary attacks
Using rainbow tables
Using NVIDIA Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA)
Using ATI Stream
Physical access attacks

Chapter 10: BackTrack Forensics
Intrusion detection and log analysis
Recursive directory encryption/decryption
Scanning for signs of rootkits
Recovering data from a problematic source
Retrieving a Windows password
Resetting a Windows password
Looking at the Windows registry entries


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