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Penetration testing - raw data storage structure


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Hi there,

I've got a question. During a professional penetration test with a team of penetration testers for a client, what is an effective way to store raw data during and after the tests? With this question I am looking for a data storage (directory and files) structure. The goal of this structure is to make a general overview for al penetration testers. As example, when I performed a penetration test in the past and store my raw data (output tools, phases of testing, logging, etc) in an encrypted environment, and a colleague needs to perform another test for the same client, what is a fast and effective way for the colleague to see what I have done in the past. Or if a client asks for logging data? I am not looking for a tool, I am looking for a kind of structure with consistency which can help me.

Does anybody know a kind of structure, methodology, checklists or have any suggestions regarding the storage?


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, starting at about the 31 minute mark, for the next 10 minutes he talks about a tool his company is developing but sadly no public download for that exists just yet (expected release date: june next year). Near the 40 minute mark he says the plan is to make a corporate paid-for version and an up-to-3 user free version.

He also mentions 2 other tools that people use.

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