Use pivoting to hack clients that aren’t directly accessible.
First, we exploit a publicly-visible client. Then, using pivoting, we attack a second client on the same network. Outside access to the second client is blocked by a firewall, which is why we must use pivoting to attack it.
TARGETS: Windows XP Pro service pack 2
EXPLOITS: The meterpreter payload in Metasploit
KEY CONCEPT – Pivoting:
Pivoting refers to the practice of hacking a network computer or server and then using that host to attack other computer systems from within the network. By launching attacks from within the network, the attacker bypasses firewall policy and can execute attacks that would not be possible from outside the network. By using a compromised system to launch attacks from, the attacker has an improved prospect of remaining undetected and can leave less of a fingerprint.
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