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Defense Evasion with Veil

by Jurriën

In this course, Red Teamers will learn how to utilize the Veil to easily create unique payloads which will execute your preferred payload. T1027 on the specified target system T1480.001.

What you'll learn

Threat actors, penetration testers, and Red Teamers often need to get a payload through target defenses to verify a vulnerability or gain a form of access to the target system in order to further their progress towards the agreed upon goal. In this course, Defense Evasion with Veil, you’ll cover how to utilize the Veil to execute obfuscated payloads in a Red Team environment. First, you'll learn how to install the framework within Kali Linux and create a payload through the UI. Next, you’ll apply the knowledge learned about building the payload through the UI and create a similar payload through the command line for automation purposes. Finally, you’ll simulate how to check if any of the generated payloads is known within the VirusTotal database. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge to execute these techniques T1027 using Veil. More importantly, knowing how these techniques can be used against you, will ultimately lend to your ability as an organization, or an individual, to detect and defend against specific attack vectors.

Table of contents

Course Overview
Using Veil for Payload Obfuscation and Intended Target Insurance

About the author

Jurrien started off in a datacenter fixing up issues for customers which had their server compromised. Moved into the IT Security field, making him a seasoned IT Security Specialist. Working for and with fortune 500 companies and critical infrastructure as a consultant he has proven himself to be a capable ethical hacker. He has also helped develop procedures and best practices for growing departments and furthering the security maturity of the organization as a whole. While his focus has shifte... more

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