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CompTIA PenTest+: Post-Exploitation and Facilities Attacks

CompTIA PenTest+: Post-Exploitation and Facilities Attacks


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Overview/Description

Explore topics that involve physical security attacks related to facilities, and learn about post-exploitation techniques. This course can be used to help prepare for the PT0-001: CompTIA PenTest+ certification exam. You will start with a reminder of the six phases of the pen testing life cycle, with a focus on phase five: post-exploitation or post-exploit. Learn about exploit tactics, such as lateral movement, persistence, covering tracks, piggybacking, tailgating, fence jumping, dumpster diving, lock picking, bypass, and badge cloning. As you delve deeper into the course, you will discover how to compare the features of various types of egress sensors, such as photoelectric, passive infrared, and vibration.



Expected Duration (hours)
0.7

Lesson Objectives

CompTIA PenTest+: Post-Exploitation and Facilities Attacks

  • define lateral movement
  • classify persistence
  • identify ways to cover tracks
  • describe piggybacking and tailgating
  • define fence jumping
  • define dumpster diving
  • compare lock picking and lock bypass
  • describe egress sensors
  • recognize badge cloning
  • describe aspects of facility attacks and post-exploitation
  • Course Number:
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    Expertise Level
    Intermediate