• Hacking with Kali Linux

  • A Step by Step Guide with Tips and Tricks to Help You Become an Expert Hacker, to Create Your Key Logger, to Create a Man in the Middle Attack and Map Out Your Own Attacks
  • By: Julian James McKinnon
  • Narrated by: Ivan Busenius
  • Length: 3 hrs and 11 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Are you ready to learn more about the world of hacking? Would you like to take some of that knowledge to the next level and learn how to really write out some of your own programs?

Whether you do this for your own personal needs or because you would like to make sure that your network, or any network you are using, your biggest concern would be to stay safe from hackers and cyber attacks. Are you worried that you will not be able to learn some of the tips and tricks along the way to make this happen?

If this sounds like a problem you are dealing with, then this guidebook is the right one for your needs. We are going to spend more time taking a look at the world of hacking and some of the neat things that we will be able to do with it, as well.

From learning how to create some of your own attacks all the way to learning how to handle the Kali Linux program to suit your needs, you will find that this audiobook has everything that you need to get started.

There are a lot of topics that we need to focus on and work through in this guidebook. Some of these include:

  • What Kali Linux is all about and why we need to learn how to work with this operating system
  • What are the basics of hacking and why it is important to be an ethical hacker
  • How to download and install the Kali Linux program and ensure that the system will be ready to use when you need it
  • What are the basics of working with Kali Linux, including some of the best commands that can help you get started
  • How to map out your own attack and learn more about your own personal network in the process
  • How to create your own key logger and how combining it together with a screenshot catcher is going to make it easier to find the information that you need.
  • How to crack through passwords to get the best results in this process
  • What are the other things that you can do in hacking, including tips scattered throughout to make you the best hacker possible

There are a lot of different parts that come with the world of hacking. Knowing how to make these come together and how you are able to benefit from using them is going to make a big difference in the amount of success that you are going to see.

Are you ready to learn more about hacking and what you are able to do with this tool? Scroll up and click on the "buy now" button.

©2019 Julian James McKinnon (P)2019 Julian James McKinnon

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  • John M.
  • 02-19-20

Not recommended

Narrator has no idea what he is reading.
Combines command prompt with the command eg bt>pad
Does not understand that LINUX commands are case sensitive
The book appears to based on BackTrack and not Kali which makes it dated

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  • Mistie S. Cummings
  • 01-11-20

Good one listen book...

By this you you will learn introduction to the hacking process with practical instructions. Author include 4 Reasons why Hackers Prefer Linux.