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The MITRE ATT&CK framework serves as a cornerstone of our platform, enabling us to dissect real-world cyber attacks by breaking them down into Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs). Through our MITRE ATT&CK framework section, users can explore step-by-step tutorials that demonstrate these TTPs in action. Additionally, we provide references to tools commonly used in ethical hacking, allowing users to gain hands-on experience in a controlled environment.

By leveraging the MITRE ATT&CK framework, Learn 2 Hack empowers individuals to understand the intricacies of cyber attacks, equipping them with the knowledge and skills needed to defend against evolving threats in the digital landscape. Start your hacking journey with us today!

What is the MITRE ATT&CK Framework?

The MITRE ATT&CK framework is a curated knowledge base and model for cyber adversary behavior, reflecting the various phases of an adversary's lifecycle and the tactics and techniques they use. It is used to understand, categorize, and communicate about the actions of adversaries in the cyber domain.

ATT&CK stands for Adversarial Tactics, Techniques, and Common Knowledge. It provides a structured approach to understanding the tactics adversaries use to gain access to, move within, and exfiltrate data from target systems.

Each tactic represents a high-level objective of an adversary, while techniques represent the specific methods they employ to achieve those objectives. By studying these tactics and techniques, defenders can better understand the strategies employed by attackers and develop more effective cybersecurity measures.


The MITRE ATT&CK framework is a comprehensive guide to understanding cyber attacks, comprising 14 tactics, with techniques. From reconnaissance to exfiltration, Explore our tutorials covering tactics, techniques, and tools utilized in ethical hacking. Learn how to leverage various methodologies and tools to understand and defend against cyber threats effectively.

Tactic Description
Reconnaissance Gathering information about a target to identify vulnerabilities and potential attack vectors.
Weaponization Developing or obtaining tools and payloads to exploit identified vulnerabilities.
Delivery Delivering malicious payloads to target systems, typically through methods like phishing or drive-by downloads.
Exploitation Actively exploiting vulnerabilities in target systems to gain unauthorized access.
Installation Establishing a persistent presence on compromised systems by installing backdoors or other malware.
Command and Control Establishing and maintaining communication channels with compromised systems to issue commands and exfiltrate data.
Execution Executing malicious actions on compromised systems, such as running unauthorized commands or applications.
Persistence Maintaining access to compromised systems over time, often through methods like scheduled tasks or registry entries.
Privilege Escalation Increasing access privileges on compromised systems to gain deeper control and access to restricted resources.
Defense Evasion Evading detection and mitigation measures deployed by defenders, such as antivirus software or intrusion detection systems.
Credential Access Obtaining login credentials or authentication tokens to access additional systems and resources within a network.
Discovery Exploring and mapping the target environment to identify valuable assets, network topology, and security controls.
Lateral Movement Moving laterally within a network to gain access to additional systems and resources, typically using compromised credentials or exploits.
Collection Gathering information and data from compromised systems, such as sensitive files, credentials, or system configurations.
Exfiltration Transferring stolen data and information out of the target environment to external systems or servers controlled by the attacker.
Impact Causing disruption or damage to systems, networks, or data, often with the intent of impairing operations or causing financial harm.
Network Effects Exploiting vulnerabilities or weaknesses within network infrastructure to propagate the attack and achieve broader access to interconnected systems.
Remote Service Effects Manipulating or abusing remote services, such as cloud platforms or third-party services, to facilitate unauthorized access or conduct malicious activities.

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