Linux Defense Evasion – Linux Rootkits | Red Team Series 12-13
In this video portion of our Red Team Series we will cover Linux Rootkits. We’ll also be talking about using the Apache2dev app to compile our Rootkit.
1:15 What We’ll Be Covering
1:45 What Is a Rootkit?
3:38 MITRE Attack Defense Evasion Techniques
4:49 About apache-rootkit
6:42 Cloning the apache-rootkit Repo
6:59 Install Apache 2dev Package
7:42 How the Rootkit Works
9:13 How to Compile the Rootkit
11:09 Edit the Apache Configuration File
12:59 Test the Apache Configuration
14:24 How to Install Commix
15:36 How to Run Commix
18:52 How to Generate the Payload
21:51 How to Use Commix to Upload the Payload to the Target
25:58 How to Execute the Payload
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