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Kali Linux Tutorial For Beginners free course


Requirements
  • Basic understanding of concepts such as IP addresses, NAT etc.
  • Basic understanding of ethical hacking concepts such as ports scanning, vulnerability scanning etc.
  • Desire to become an ethical hacker and willingness to learn and persevere
Description
You want to learn to hack with Kali Linux but you do not know where to start? Do you find the command line confusing and intimidating? Is yes, this is the perfect course for you. In this Kali Linux tutorial, we start you off with the assumption that you know absolutely nothing about Linux! Starting from scratch you will build up your knowledge on how to use Kali Linux and before you know it you will become fluent with the basic tools and commands not just in Kali, but in most Linux systems.
The course is divided into three parts.
Part 1 - Basics
  • Commands to help you navigate any Linux system
  • Add/remove software and update/upgrade your system
  • Archive and compress files and folders
  • Use wildcards to make daily tasks easier
Part 2 - Administration
  • Editing files
  • Configuring and managing services
  • Managing users, groups and permissions
  • Chaining multiple commands for greater effect
Part 3 - Hacking
  • Download a minimal Linux and build it from scratch
  • Hack it with Kali Linux!
By the end of the course, you will have the skills to:
  1. Use common Linux commands like hackers do
  2. Build a Linux target from scratch
  3. Hack the target using what your learnt in the Kali Linux tutorial
Please note that this course builds up on some ethical hacking concepts taught in the Hacking For Beginners ethical hacking course. This is another free course provided by Hackers Academy
Who is the target audience?
  • You have no prior experience with Linux and would like to learn how to use Kali Linux
  • You have basic understanding of ethical hacking and want to learn how to do it using Kali Linux
  • You want to learn how to create targets and hack them using Kali Linux
  • Get the course 

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