Mastering Metasploit:Exploit systems, cover your tracks, and by:pass security controls with the Metasploit 5.0 framework, 4th Edition
pages 页数：502 pages
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：Packt Publishing; 4th Revised edition edition (12 Jun. 2020)
Discover the next level of network defense and penetration testing with the Metasploit 5.0 framework
Updated for the latest version of Metasploit, this book will prepare you to face everyday cyberattacks by:simulating real-world scenarios. Complete with step-by:-step explanations of essential concepts and practical examples, Mastering Metasploit will help you gain insights into programming Metasploit modules and carrying out exploitation, as well as building and porting various kinds of exploits in Metasploit.
Giving you the ability to perform tests on different services, including databases, IoT, and mobile, this Metasploit book will help you get to grips with real-world, sophisticated scenarios where performing penetration tests is a challenge. You’ll then learn a variety of methods and techniques to evade security controls deployed at a target’s endpoint. As you advance, you’ll script automated attacks using CORTANA and Armitage to aid penetration testing by:developing virtual bots and discover how you can add custom functionalities in Armitage. Following real-world case studies, this book will take you on a journey through client-side attacks using Metasploit and various scripts built on the Metasploit 5.0 framework.
By the end of the book, you’ll have developed the skills you need to work confidently with efficient exploitation techniques
What you will learn
Develop advanced and sophisticated auxiliary, exploitation, and post-exploitation modules
Learn to script automated attacks using CORTANA
Test services such as databases, SCADA, VoIP, and mobile devices
Attack the client side with highly advanced pentesting techniques
Bypass modern protection mechanisms, such as antivirus, IDS, and firewalls
Import public exploits to the Metasploit Framework
Leverage C and Python programming to effectively evade endpoint protection