stkramergmu3at September 16,2017 I love Maltego and have used it for a broad range of applications. It is a powerful and easy to use graphical application, and I use it not only for network analysis, but for things like organizational stakeholder analysis or even mind mapping.
Why are you creating videos in front of a 144 port switch?
gwlongat September 18,2017 I use Kali for a lot of my pentesting stuff, but I haven't dabbled in the arpspoofing as much as of yet. It was a nice little introduction to see more the network side of things in terms of directly listening on the wlan, definitely piques my curiosity!
Digger62at September 19,2017 Very interesting toolsets here. Being new to the Computer Forensics field I am noticing some similarities to other tools I have used for analysis. Maltego especially. As an analyst I can truly appreciate the value and power of these tools. The part I find fascinating to me though is amount of tools out there that I had no idea existed. I know of some but I am now at the point of sensory overload. How does one determine which toolsets are the best for a given scenario? As pointed out in a module when both tools returned information but one provided a false count whereas the other provided a true count. I am assuming a lot of this comes from experience with the various toolsets but it still makes me wonder which is the correct answer when both provide answers and are considered trusted tools. Backtrack appears to be a powerhouse from my very limited knowledge set. I am sure there must be others that make this tool seem like child's play.
cmartiat September 28,2017
Backtrack with data reconinsence. in use of maltego software to extract information on the internet and gatering information with the creation of graphs and searches. Using Arp and NMAP is how we can find IP addresses. We can find Ports, addresses, MAC addresses, DNS, Motherboard information. As a Pen-tester you can show your client a network actually is.
nparkeat September 28,2017 This video did a very good job showing the tutorial for some tools on BackTrack. The short explanations on why it is useful for penetration testing was useful to know. But the number of tools that BackTrack (now Kali) has can be overwhelming. It is nice to have a go to technique when pen testing - especially when you have to decide how you want to gather information on the subject.