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The document provides a comprehensive guide on conducting penetration testing on Jenkins servers. It covers various aspects such as lab setup, installation, configuration, enumeration, exploitation using Metasploit Framework, exploiting manually for reverse shell, and executing shell commands directly.

One key method highlighted is using Metasploit auxiliary modules to check for valid credentials for Jenkins login, emphasizing the importance of strong security practices. Additionally, Groovy scripting language is recommended for defining jobs and pipelines in Jenkins, with a focus on using Groovy reverse shell scripts to gain access.

The document concludes by stressing the critical need for robust security measures in Jenkins servers to prevent unauthorized access and misuse. It underscores the significance of enforcing access rules, conducting regular security checks, and promptly updating systems to enhance security posture.

Overall, the document serves as a valuable resource for security professionals looking to assess and enhance the security of Jenkins servers through penetration testing methodologies.

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