This course is designed to teach students the fundamental concepts and techniques involved in conducting reverse shell attacks using Msfvenom, Netcat, and Kali Linux.
Throughout the course, students will learn how to set up and configure a virtual machine running Kali Linux, and will be introduced to the basic syntax and commands of Netcat and Msfvenom. They will then explore different types of reverse shell attacks, including those that use various payloads, encoding techniques, and evasion tactics.
Students will learn how to identify vulnerabilities in target systems, as well as how to exploit them using different methods. They will also explore different post-exploitation techniques, such as privilege escalation, lateral movement, and data exfiltration.
Throughout the course, students will be given hands-on exercises that will enable them to apply what they have learned in real-world scenarios. They will also be introduced to various defensive techniques that can be used to prevent and mitigate the effects of reverse shell attacks.
By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of the fundamentals of reverse shell attacks and will be able to conduct and defend against such attacks in real-world scenarios.