Hacking with Kali Linux: A Beginner's Guide to Ethical Hacking with Kali & Cybersecurity, Includes Linux Command Line, Penetration Testing, Security Systems and Tools for Computer
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Do you feel that informatics is indispensable in today's world? Ever wondered how a hacker thinks? Or do you want to introduce yourself to the world of hacking?
The truth is, hacking may seem simple. The hacker just has to guess someone's password. He logs into their email. Then he can go whatever you want. In reality, is much more complicated than that.
Hacking with Kali Linux is going to teach you how hackers' reason. Besides understanding the reasons that make a hacker want to target your computer, you will also get to know how they can do it. You can also learn how you can safeguard your systems, equipment, and network against hacking attacks.
You will, by the end of this audiobook, understand how their systems work, how to scan, and how to gain access to your computer.
By the time you come to the end of this book, you will have mastered the basics of computer hacking alongside many advanced concepts in social engineering attack mechanisms.
You will learn:
What the hacking process is, with practical instructions
What are the four reasons why hackers prefer Linux
What are step-by-step instructions on how to install Kali Linux and use it
What is penetration testing, along with practical examples
What are effective techniques to manage and scan networks
Why proxy servers are so important to become anonymous and secure
What are powerful algorithms used in cryptography and encryption
How to effectively secure your own wireless network
Plenty of books on hacking with Kali Linux do not satisfactorily cover crucial concepts. This book will provide you a platform to be a better student, security administrator, or penetration tester. Kali Linux was made by hackers and for hackers, so there's no doubt that it is a must-listen for those interested in hacking.
Even if you've never used Linux and have no experience in hacking