Kali Linux Hacking Lab for Beginners
What you'll learn
- Understand basic principals of ethical hacking
- How to use NMAP
- Understand Footprinting
- Hacking with WireShark
- Build your own Hacking Lab
- A computer with at least 4GB of RAM
- Internet Connection
- Basic Network Understanding (IP addresses, PING)
- VT-x enabled in your computer's BIOS
Learn the basics of Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux.
The goal of this course is to help you learn the basic fundamentals of hacking and to give you an introduction to becoming an ethical hacker. This course targets students who have little or no experience in hacking or penetration testing.
In this course you will not only learn the theory behind hacking but you will also learn the practical side of ethical hacking. You will learn how to set up your own virtual lab environment just like the one used in this course. You will be able to follow the step you see in the lecture and replicate them in your own lab in environment. This course also has PDFs for each of the lectures to help you follow along.
Also the software you will need for this course is free. If you are looking to get a good foundation in ethical hacking with Kali Linux enroll today and get started!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who is interested in Kali Linux Hacking
- Anyone interested in Ethical Hacking
Paul is an IT Professional with over 14 years of experience currently working as a Network Administrator in contract support of various Federal Agencies in the United States.
He has been teaching online courses for the past 5 years and taught over 250k students in 195 countries.
Jayson is an IT professional with more than 8 years of IT experience. He is currently working as a Systems Administrator and as a Security Specialist. In his current role, he handles functions such as installing endpoint security tools and running vulnerability scans.
Jayson got his start in IT working on 24/7 help desks for large companies. His first IT job was on a help desk that fielded calls for everything from servers and computers to the AC being too cold. He then moved on to a help desk where he was required to work nights, weekends and holidays. This inspired him to go back to school and start to pursue career certifications. He was able to find a desktop position with another company and immediately started towards his bachelors and achieved several certifications. This allowed him to quickly move into a Systems/Network Administration role.
Jayson currently holds an Associates Degree in Network Administration, a Bachelors in Information Security, and a CISSP, CeH, Security+ and several other certifications.
Jayson has persevered and to put in a lot of hard work using his personal time to accomplish his goals up to this point. If you take the same approach with your learning, your career will eventually reap the benefits.