SANS Penetration Testing: Tag - Penetration Testing

Pen Testing in the Cloud

[Editor's Note: Penetration testers and ethical hackers are increasingly being called upon to evaluate the security of cloud-based applications, services, and infrastructures. Such work is fraught with political and technical complexity. Chris Brenton, one of the smartest guys I know in the cloud and distributed computing space, has written a great article that can help … Continue reading Pen Testing in the Cloud


Escaping Restricted Linux Shells

[Editor's Note: On the GPWN mailing list for SANS Pen Test Course Alumni a few months ago, we had a nice, lively discussion about techniques penetration testers and ethical hackers could use to escape a restricted shell environment. A lot of nifty techniques were offered in what amounted to an interactive brainstorming session on the … Continue reading Escaping Restricted Linux Shells