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Commando VM: Using the Testing Platform

Commando VM: Using the Testing Platform

Windows Offensive VM from Mandiant FireEye Previously, I wrote a high-level overview of the testing platform Commando VM and an installation guide to get started with it. Today, I’ll be diving into a proof of concept of sorts to show off some of the tools and flexibility that the testing platform offers. My goal with this post is to highlight some things that can be done with the platform, situations enterprises should try to be wary of, and some ways…

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Commando VM: Installation & Configuration

Commando VM: Installation & Configuration

Windows Offensive VM from Mandiant FireEye Last time, I wrote a high-level overview of Commando VM and why it is important for both red and blue teamers to be familiar with the tools that come pre-packaged in testing platforms like this one. Today, I’ll be covering the installation and any configuration needed to get up and running with Commando VM. Prerequisites Commando VM can be installed on a virtual machine or physical machine but for ease of use and deployment,…

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Commando VM: Introduction

Commando VM: Introduction

Windows Offensive VM from Mandiant FireEye What is Commando VM? Commando VM is a Windows testing platform, created by Mandiant FireEye, meant for penetration testers who are more comfortable with Windows as an operating system. Commando VM is essentially the sister to Kali, a Linux testing platform widely used throughout the penetration testing community. These testing platforms are packaged with all the common tools and scripts that a tester would need to utilize during an engagement. Commando VM can be…

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