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Kali Linux Cookbook - Second Edition by Bob Perciaccante, Corey P. Schultz

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Using wireless networks to scan internal networks

Access to a network is the ultimate goal, and the use of wireless networking means that this access is likely easier to gain than through remote access/VPN or through physical access to a network port. Using the recipes in this section, it is highly likely that once you have gained access to the network, you will have done so with the credentials of an authorized user. The next question is: where can you go from here?

In this recipe, we will use some of the tools that we have learned in preceding sections to help identify ways for us to extend the access we have gained so far.

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