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Linux Privilege Escalation
Linux Privilege Escalation is an offensive tactic used by bad actors toabuse the assign permission to escalate system level privileges forlogon users. Such techniques are often applied to CTF challenges,especially for boot-to-root challenges.
Additionally, a company can use this approach to define the risk factorand ensure compliance with information security policies. They can alsouse it to assess their level of reaction to any cyber-based threats. APTsprimarily use Privilege Escalation after gaining a foothold to completetheir objectives by using administrative or root accounts.
This course is for those interested in penetrating Linux-based operatingsystems. Anyone interested in taking this course should be familiar withLinux basic commands, ethical hacking, and the Kali Linux Platform andits well-known tools.