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Learn Ethical Hacking Process with Kali Linux

Learn some of the tools and techniques to help you become a penetration tester


  • Linux and Windows knowledge. Basic IT network and TCP/IP knowledge.

Description Kali Linux is a Linux distribution that is specialized for cybersecurity. It is an open-source product that involves a lot of customization for penetration testing, which helps companies to understand their vulnerabilities. It is maintained and funded by Offensive Security. Kali Linux has around 600 penetration-testing programs (tools), including Armitage (a graphical cyber attack management tool), Nmap (a port scanner), Wireshark (a packet analyzer), metasploit (penetration testing framework), John the Ripper (a password cracker), sqlmap (automatic SQL injection and database takeover tool), Aircrack-ng (a software suite for penetration-testing wireless LANs), Burp suite and OWASP ZAP web application security scanners, etc. In this course, you will learn some ethical hacking techniques on Kali Linux including:

  • Introduction and definition of ethical hacking

  • Ethical hacking steps and responsibilities

  • Legal Obligations

  • Reconnaissance tools like Maltego, Dmitry

  • Scanning tools like NMAP, HPING, Nikto

  • Metaspoloit framework and attacks

  • Armitage introduction

  • Phishing and Spear phishing attacks

To get the most value from this course, you will need to have some basic knowledge about Linux and Windows operating systems, and computer networking. Kali Linux requires:

  • A minimum of 20GB hard disk space for installation depending on the version, Version 2020.2 requires at least 20GB.

  • A minimum of 2GB RAM for i386 and AMD64 architectures.

  • A bootable CD-DVD drive or a USB stick.

  • A minimum of an Intel Core i3 or an AMD E1 processor for good performance.

The recommended hardware specification for a smooth experience are:

  • 50 GB of hard disk space, SSD preferred

  • At least 2048 MB of RAM

Who this course is for:

  • Cyber Security Students, Security analysts, Ethical hacking and penetration testers, Cyber Security Professionals

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