Exploiting An Executable File - Linux

Exploiting An Executable File - Linux
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Title: Exploiting An Executable File - Linux
Author: Aleff

A script used to detect all executable files in a Linux system. An executable file can be used in cybersecurity to execute some script without having the necessary permissions to make it executable.

Execution is the method of either remotely or locally running code — malicious or otherwise — on a target computer. Execution is typically coupled with other techniques to carry out more complex tasks, like performing reconnaissance, exfiltration or credential harvesting. Execution may be ephemeral, or coupled with persistence techniques used to maintain remote access or continued code execution. See all execution payloads.

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