Learn Ethical Hacking Using Kali Linux From A to Z Course

As the internet continues to advance, as does cyber crimes. Today, criminals (a.k.a malicious hackers) no longer need to leave their homes to commit crimes, they can do so easily with a computer and an internet connection.

Ethical hacking is a term used to describe activities performed by computer and information security personnel to attempt to bypass system security and find any weak points/loop holes that could be exploited by malicious hackers. They then seek countermeasures to improve the system’s defenses.

Kali Linux is the most advanced and most used penetration testing distribution, ever made. It is one of the most popular ethical hacking operating systems out there.

Through this Ethical Hacking Using Kali Linux course, which includes 80 lectures and 8.5 hours of content 24/7, will get you started with the latest ethical hacking tools and techniques with Kali Linux. It will help you get comfortable with Kali Linux and learn the penetration testing phases from the ground up.

The training in this course involves using a testing lab for practicing various types of attacks. In the entire course, you’ll simulate a complete penetration test from start to finish, giving you verifiable hands-on experience.

You will learn how to manage services such as HTTP and SSH in Kali Linux, you will also discover essential tools such Netcat, WireShark and many more.

Furthermore, you will master passive and active information gathering, explore how to perform and defend against different types of attacks such as password attacks, web application attacks and network attacks.

You will also learn a critical concepts called social engineering used by hackers to steal sensitive information. Importantly, you will receive monthly virtual machines as a hacking challenge, to test your progress.

Start your journey towards professional ethical hacking and penetration testing with this course at 77% off or for as low as $34 on Tecmint Deals.

Ravi Saive
I am an experienced GNU/Linux expert and a full-stack software developer with over a decade in the field of Linux and Open Source technologies

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