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Book Review: Red Team Field Manual

It feels kind of weird to call this a “book review” when the book is under 100 pages and costs $9 on Amazon but the Red Team Field Manual is worth sharing. I first heard about the book on a SANS mailing list a few weeks ago when a poster said that the book was awesome and not to be scared off by the Amazon reviews which are joke reviews written by the author’s friends. I went to read the reviews (some of them were pretty darn funny) and since the book was only $9 I ordered it. It may very well go down as the handiest $9 I’ve ever spent. The book’s author originally wrote the book as a reference for members of his penetration testing red team and got permission from his employer to publish it. The book is just under 100 pages and is nothing but a well-organized list of handy pen-testing commands for Linux, Windows, networking, pen testing tools, databases etc. Looking for some Linux commands to cover your tracks? Page 7 A little fuzzy on the exact netsh command to forward a port in Win