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Screencast: ShareEnum eases network enumeration, network share permissions

When conducting security reviews and penetration tests, insecure network shares are often found containing sensitive information. But the network enumeration effort to discover these shares can be a time-consuming and difficult process.

In this month’s SearchSecurity.com screencast, expert penetration tester Mike McLaughlin of First Base Technologies demonstrates how to use ShareEnum, a free tool for network enumeration. He provides a link to download ShareEnum, and shows how simple it is to locate unsecure network shares and display network share permissions. ShareEnum makes network enumeration quick and simple with no installation required.

About the presenter:
Mike McLaughlin is a penetration tester working for First Base Technologies, an information security consultancy in the UK. Mike's daily work consists of both internal and external network based penetration testing, Web application penetration testing, and social engineering.

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