Lateral Movement in Wireshark – Nmap scan

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Lateral Movement
In the “Lateral Movement in wireshark” video, you will learn to filter out clients within your subnet for suspicious events, we will use the nmap tool to scan for open ports and we will look at everything in the eyes of the best network analyzer wireshark

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