Practical Linux for Pentesting & Bug Bounties
Size: 2.20 GB

Welcome to Linux for Pentesting & Bug Bounties Course. This course covers fundamentals of Linux and Bash scripting to write your own tools which can be useful for penetration testing and bug bounties. There is no prerequisite of prior linux knowledge and you will be able to install linux, understand fundamentals, write bash scripts for web attacks and mass automation.

This course helps any beginner to intermediate to understand linux fundamentals to make you comfortable with using linux and writing bash scripts tools.

This course will start from basic fundamentals of linux like – commands, directory structure, network management, archive management, linux file permissions, performance monitoring, userinfo management, input/output redirection, linux ip tables,  virtual hosting and much more.

In addition to fundamentals of linux, you will also learn how to write your own tools in bash for Subdomain Enumeration – Active & Passive, Directory Fuzzers, CORS Automation, XSS Automation, Open Redirect Automation, Wayback using Bash etc.

This course is highly practical which helps you learn on exact environment when you start your penetrating testing or bug hunting journey.

This course also includes important interview questions and answers related to linux which will be helpful in any job interviews.

Here’s a more detailed breakdown of the course content:

In all the sections we will start the fundamentals of Linux and Writing Bash Scripts to make our own useful tools.


In Introduction to Linux, we will cover What is Linux, Difference between Windows and Linux, Different Flavours of Linux and Tour to Penetration Testing OS like Kali Linux and Parrot OS.

We will see all the types of XSS attacks on live websites which will give you a better understanding of the live environment when you will start your bug hunting journey.

We will also cover Lab Setup for Installation of Linux in Virtual Box and VMware, We will also cover how to setup readymade virtual machine ova files as well which will save your time of installation.

Boot Process – Windows & Linux Boot Process,

Password Management – Breaking root password, Setting password for GRUB

Package Managers – yum, apt, brew, dpkg, rpm, chocolaty, searching for package, installing packages, removing packages, adding repositories, GUI Package managers, how to use git.

Linux Fundamentals – Linux System Information Commands, Linux Hardware Information Commands, Performance Monitoring Commands, User info and Management Commands, File, Directory and Deletion Commands, Directory Management Commands, Rename,Move and Case Sensitive Commands, Symbolic Links Commands, File Reading Commands, Process and Kill Commands, Background and Foreground Commands, Linux Permissions Fundamentals, Linux Network Management, Linux DHCP Server, What is DNS?, Linux Archive Management Commands, Linux Search and Pattern Commands, Linux SSH Management, Linux SAMBA Management, Linux File System Architecture, Linux IP tables, Web Servers, Virtual Hosts, Bash Scripting Basics, User Inputs, Bash Loops, Customising shell, Using Linux for recon,

Shell Scripting – We will create scripts/tools for Subdomain Brute force, CORS Automation, URLS to Domain, Waybackurls using Bash, HTTPX/ HTTProbe Tool using Bash, Open Redirect/SSRF and much more.

You will also get additional BONUS sessions, in which I m going to share my personal bash scripts for hunting bugs. I have also added Interview Questions and answers for linux which will be helpful for those are preparing for Job Interviews and Internships.

With this course, you get 24/7 support, so if you have any questions you can post them in the Q&A section and we’ll respond to you as soon as possible.

Notes:

  • This course is created for educational purposes only.
  • Testing any website which doesn’t have a Responsible Disclosure Policy is unethical and against the law, the author doesn’t hold any responsibility.

Who this course is for:

  • Anybody interested in learning Linux, Web application hacking / Penetration testing.
  • Any Beginner who wants to start using Linux for Penetration Testing
  • Any Beginner who wants to start with Bash Scripting for Automation of Bug Bounties
  • Trainer who are willing to start teaching Linux for Pentesting
  • Any Professional who working in Cyber Security and Pentesting
  • Ethical Hackers who wants to learn Linux Fundamentals
  • Beginners in Cyber Security Industry for Analyst Position
  • SOC person who is working into a corporate environment
  • Developers who wants to fix vulnerabilities and build secure applications

What you’ll learn

  • Linux Fundamentals
  • Linux vs Windows
  • Penetration Testing OS
  • Virtual Box
  • VMware
  • Boot Process
  • Password Management
  • Package Manager
  • Linux System Information
  • Linux Hardware Information
  • Performance Monitoring
  • Userinfo and Management
  • File, Directory and Deletion
  • Directory Management
  • Rename, Move and Case Sensitive
  • Symbolic Links
  • File Reading
  • Process and Kill
  • Linux Permissions and Umask
  • Linux Network Management
  • Linux DHCP Server
  • Linux File System
  • Linux SAMBA Management
  • DNS Server Configuration
  • Hacker Challenge
  • Bash for Pentesting
  • Subdomain Enumeration Passive
  • Subdomain Enumeration Active
  • Identifying Live Subdomains using Bash
  • Subdomain Enumeration using wayback
  • JS Recon using Bash

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aman · August 19, 2022 at 10:08 pm

Thanks bro

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