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Ngrok for Penetration Tester’s

Exposing Your Local Pen Test Tools Behind a NAT Network

Hello, 🌎! Ngrok is a simple tool with an important purpose — make your local services accessible behind a NATed network without having to expose your public IP address. Ngrok is one of my favorite tools and in this blog, I’ll show you just a couple of ways I’ve used Ngrok during assessments. Let’s go for it.

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Alexis Rodriguez

Alexis Rodriguez

I am a Pentester who writes about Cybersecurity and anything related to technology.

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