About The E-Book
- Title – Kali Linux Penetration Testing Bible 1st Edition
- Author – Gus Khawaja
- Total Pages – 512 Pages
- Total Chapters – 18 Chapters
- E-Book Size – 8 MB
Around the world, cybersecurity experts use the well-liked and powerful Version of Linux known as Kali. To perform their jobs well, penetration testers must become proficient with the wide range of tools available in Kali. The hands-on methodology manual for pentesting with Kali is called The Kali Linux Penetration Testing Bible.
In order to build trustworthy defenses for your virtual assets, you’ll learn everything you need to know about the tools and procedures hackers use to access systems like yours. This comprehensive guide has everything you need, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced pentester.
- Create a modern dockerized environment.
- Learn the basics of Linux’s bash language. Employ a variety of efficient techniques to find vulnerabilities (OSINT, Network Scan, and more)
- Identify false positives in your analysis and advanced topics like buffer overflow, lateral movement, and privilege escalation.
- Use logical and practical pentesting procedures
- Study up on contemporary web application security. Safe SDLC
- Use Python to automate your penetration testing.
- Kali Linux File System 2
- Terminal Window Basic Commands 3
- Tmux Terminal Window 6
- Starting Tmux 6
- Tmux Key Bindings 7
- Tmux Session Management 7
- Navigating Inside Tmux 9
- Tmux Commands Reference 9
- And More
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