Post Exploitation: Pillaging and Data Exfiltration

The simplest stage in a penetration test is data exfiltration, or is it? With the advent of new types of attackers, testing this is more critical than ever before. In this course, you'll explore some of the processes involved in this stage.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jun 29, 2019
Duration
1h 17m
Table of contents
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jun 29, 2019
Duration
1h 17m
Description

Safeguarding a network today requires a multiple stage approach, not only is it important to keep attackers out, but it is also important to keep data from leaving the network. This means that we need to begin looking at data exfiltration not just as a stage in the penetration test, but as a more comprehensive solution that requires more robust checks from the client to lock down. In this course, Post Exploitation: Pillaging and Data Exfiltration, you’ll gain the ability to evaluate the systems not just for the data that they may possess through pillaging, but also begin to look at each system as another step in a long chain that can be leveraged to exfiltration. First, you’ll explore pillaging, critically evaluating the value of the system with pre-determined parameters. Next, you’ll discover how to chain multiple attacks together to create the final path for data exfiltration, touching upon bypassing some modern protection mechanisms. Finally, you’ll learn how to ask yourself the questions that will enable you to create your own processes. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of pillaging and data exfiltration needed to create, build, and execute attacks upon networks in a manner that will enable you to create a report that has value to your clients.

About the author
About the author

Rithwik Jayasimha is an information security researcher and consultant who has a passion for all things hackable. He loves open-source and is a regular contributor to several infosec projects. He is experienced in both offensive and defensive security techniques. He got his first computer in first grade, and has never looked back. He loves a good challenge and loves learning!

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