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The correct answer is D.

OBJ-5.3: ProxyChains is a tool that allows a penetration tester to pivot to a new subnet, but it must be combined with the modification of the penetration tester’s routing tables on their machine. For example, assume that the exploited client machine is located in the subnet, but you need to access a server in the subnet. You would then need to “route add 1” (1 is the ID of your Meterpreter session). Then, you can run “proxychains ” to target the new subnet. For example, “proxychains nmap -sT -Pn -p21,23,25,80,443” would perform a Nmap scan of the targeted server in the new subnet by chaining the connections together using a proxy on the localhost.

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