Wireshark For Security Professionals (Wiley)
Monday, 27 March 2017

Covers Wireshark and related tools such as the command line TShark application, the offensive tool Metasploit, and the Lua scripting language. Authors J. D. Bullock and Jeff T. Parker show you how Wireshark is used in an actual network with the provided Docker virtual environment, and basic networking and security principles are explained in detail to help you understand the why along with the how

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Using the Kali Linux penetration testing distribution in combination with the virtual lab and provided network captures, you can follow along with the numerous examples. You're also shown how to exploit and expand Wireshark's full functionality by extending Wireshark or integrating it with other security tools.

Authors: J. D. Bullock and Jeff T. Parker
Publisher: Wiley
Date: March 2017
Pages: 288
ISBN: 978-1118918210
Print: 1118918215
Kindle: B06XDG42W9
Audience: Security professionals
Level: intermediate
Category:Security

 

 

  • Understand the basics of Wireshark and the related toolset as well as the Metasploit Framework
  • Explore the Lua scripting language and how it can be used to extend Wireshark
  • Perform common offensive and defensive security research tasks with Wireshark
  • Gain hands-on experience in a Docker virtual lab environment that replicates real-world enterprise networks
  • Capture packets using advanced MitM techniques
  • Customize the provided source code to expand your toolset

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