PwnWiki.io - The notes section of the pentesters mind.
This is a collection TTPs (tools, tactics, and procedures) for what to do after access has been gained to victim systems during the course of performing penetration/red team testing.
Live Online Copy:
You can find a copy of the project online at: http://PwnWiki.io
This is the really cool thing about this wiki: when you do a
git clone of it you get a full wiki on your local system. Do you work on a network that has no Internet access? We gotcha covered.
- Clone the repository or pull the archive (download zip) of the repo
- Open index.html
- Most modern browsers don't allow the access of local files from a locally loaded HTML file. On Windows you can use Mongoose Tiny or HFS to host the files locally. On OSX and Linux
python -m SimpleHTTPServerseems to work just fine.
Referenced tools can be found here: https://github.com/mubix/post-exploitation (If they aren't built into the OS).
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