Pentesters Pocketbook

Pentesters Pocketbook


(3 stars)


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10,000 - 50,000 downloads

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Recommended Prerequisites:

* Linux terminal

* Basic networking

* Basic debugging

If you are a serious, and aspiring pentester or security professional, Pentesters Pocketbook will bring you to the level you need to be by teaching you the inside tricks used by cyber criminals today. This isn't just another "hacking app"; Pentesters Pocketbook brings you inside the binary, teaching you what happens inside the wire. Learn how to develop your own exploits, attack a network with various hacking tools along with learning how to make your own in Python, and much more. If you're serious about learning, Pentesters Pocketbook is for you. Some things you will learn:

- Exploit Development

- Fuzzing

- Forensics

- Anti-Virus/IDS bypassing

- Advanced Cross-Site Scripting

- SQL Injections

- Password Attacks

- Network Attacks

- Hack The Hacker

- Wireshark

- Nmap

- Metasploit

- Google Hacking

- Advanced Information Gathering / Doxing

- Bash Scripting

- Python

- Linux

Recently changed in this version

Over 20 tutorials added!

Comments and ratings for Pentesters Pocketbook
  • (46 stars)

    by anthony simensen on 24/06/2014

    But it needs updating its a little outdated because simple assembly explorer has been removed.

  • (46 stars)

    by Krishna Nelson on 04/06/2014

    Nice app. Good for pentester :)

  • (46 stars)

    by Prasad Honavar on 04/06/2014

    my only request is please provide landscape mode as the text is very small or provide zooming facilty

  • (46 stars)

    by U CANT SEE ME on 06/05/2014

    Dude this is awesome. I give explanations, screenshots, everything! ! Thank you. I mean it!

  • (46 stars)

    by Myke Lloyd on 17/04/2014

    Very useful

  • (46 stars)

    by Braden Tisdale on 10/04/2014

    I love this, as someone aspiring to be a security expert it is invaluable. 4/5 because I hesitated for a while wondering if this requires root to run, or if it was just a simulated terminal.

  • (46 stars)

    by Nikita Savchin on 06/04/2014

    Very informative.

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