Remote Interface with Core Impact

January 19, 2018

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In this demo, you'll learn how to leverage the already installed PCAP-enabled agent from last week in order to establish a remote interface on the restricted internal network.

After searching for the "Remote Network Interface" module, drop it under the agent. Then, select the interface on the remote agent where you want the interface to be established, as well as the DHCP options in order to provide the right IP addresses in the local interface.

When the module finishes, you'll have a new interface available in the Impact's host that can be directly used to reach the network in the target agent's environment.

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