In order to pen-test linux, which points would you attack?

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You're going to need to elaborate, there are numerous things to consider, the scope of the test, the type of network, etc. There is no simple answer to this, and your current question is far to ambiguous. Please update your question with details. I would also suggest you start reading up on penetration testing, and vulnerability assessments. http://security.stackexchange.com is a good place to start.

(01 Mar '13, 14:27) rfelsburg ♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "You're going to need to elaborate, there are numerous things to consider, the scope of the test, the type of network, etc. There is no simple answer to this, and your current question is far to ambiguous. Please ask a question with details. I would also suggest you start reading up on penetration testing, and vulnerability assessments. http://security.stackexchange.com is a good place to start." by rfelsburg 01 Mar '13, 14:28

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