[sf-lug] Fwd: Kali 101

Michael Paoli Michael.Paoli at cal.berkeley.edu
Tue Apr 19 06:52:04 PDT 2016

Forwarding along, as some folk(s) may be interested in this:

     Date: Sun, 17 Apr 2016 01:39:32 +0000 (UTC)
  Subject: Kali 101

Perhaps this is of interest to you.     

By the end of this course you will be able to have a fully functioning  
distribution Kali running on your machine.

Kali is a penetration testing Linux distribution created by the  
Offensive Security. It holds a repository of multiple tools for  
security related engineers including hacking wireless networks, web  
applications, databases, reverse engineering, password crackers, and  
much more! So as you can see, Kali is a versatile and powerful tool  
for anyone looking to do any cyber security related work.

As indicated by the ‘101' in the course title, this course is a  
beginner's guide to getting started in Kali...to get your feet wet.  
The course is broken down into 3 sections; Getting Started, Basic  
Configuration, and Tools overview. We first give you an overview of  
Kali and its use cases then offer a step-by-step walkthrough of  
installing Kali using VMware. Next we teach you some important  
configuration settings in the distribution including configuring your  
network and managing services in Kali. Knowing these procedures will  
help you setup the proper environments when using Kali and its tools.  
Finally we go over the top tools in Kali and describe their features.

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