Azure Reconnaissance and Scanning for Ethical Hackers and Special Ops Team [free whitepaper] By Nino Crudele
Nino Crudele just published another free whitepaper about Azure Reconnaissance and Scanning for Ethical Hackers and Special Ops Team. It is a 25 pages whitepaper that will provide you with a quick and practical guide full of tools and techniques for scanning and reconnaissance in Azure to Ethical Hackers and Special Ops Team that want to learn or know a little more. You shouldn’t miss this opportunity!
Once again, I would like to take this opportunity to say thanks to Nino Crudele for inviting me to be his technical reviewer for this whitepaper. I never learn to say no to him, it is always a crazy nightmare but a delightful one. And I’m already waiting to our next challenge.
Nino Crudele is a freelance living in the United Kingdom. He is Global Azure Lead and Cybersecurity expert in Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence, a global manufacturing company. He is responsible for leading the Microsoft Azure Cloud area, supporting and advising the Company to select the most appropriate cloud strategies and solutions from high-level design to implementation and Security is one of my top priorities.
What to expect about Azure Reconnaissance and Scanning for Ethical Hackers and Special Ops Team whitepaper
This whitepaper will provide:
- The final objective of a Penetration Testing project is to provide useful information to resolve the errors identified before they can be used for malicious purposes.
- How to identify our attack surface by researching, collecting, and organizing as much information as possible about a potential attack target. Then it will seek ways that could be exploited to get into the systems.
- And of course, like any good Penetration Testing project should be, how to provide useful information to resolve the errors identified before they can be used for malicious purposes.
Where you can download it
The whitepaper is completely free and you can download it here: