Book Review: Basic Security Testing with Kali Linux 2

Minggu, 14 Agustus 2016

Basic Kali 2

A fully updated version of the very popular “Basic Security Testing with Kali Linux” is now available! Now totally re-written from the ground up to cover the new Kali Linux “2016-Rolling” with the latest pentesting tools and Ethical Hacking techniques.

I was honestly shocked how well received the first Basic Security Testing book was received by the security community. But all in all, it was my first book attempt and definitely had room for improvement. I was flooded with requests and advice from students, instructors and even military personnel on recommended changes and ways the book could be improved.

I took every comment to heart and with the help of an amazing editorial and reviewer team, that included a computer security professor and a CTF player, created Basic Security Testing 2!
What’s new:

    Completely re-written to cover topics more logically
    Better lab layout that is used consistently throughout the book
    Written for the latest version of Kali (Kali 2.0 “Sana” & Kali “2016-Rolling”)
    Includes an introduction chapter for the new Kali 2016-Rolling
    All tools sections have been updated – old tools removed, new tools updated
    Now uses PowerShell for most of the remote Windows Shells
    XP removed, Windows 7 used as the main Windows target (though Windows 10 is mentioned a couple times  :)  )
    More tool explanations and techniques included
    70 pages longer than original book

What’s the same:

    Learn by doing
    Hands on, Step-by-Step tutorials
    Plenty of pictures to make steps more understandable
    Covers the same major topics as the original, but using the latest tools
    The front cover, well, except for the “2”!

My goal was to provide a common sense Ethical Hacking how-to manual that would be useful to both new and veteran security professionals. And hopefully I have accomplished that task. Thank you to everyone for your continuous support and feedback, it is greatly appreciated!

So what are you waiting for, check it out!

Basic Security Testing with Kali Linux 2

BackBox Linux

Rabu, 11 Mei 2016

BackBox Linux is a distribution that provides the best penetration testing, incident response, computer forensics, and intelligence gathering applications in a user-friendly desktop distribution.

It’s based on Ubuntu, but uses a resource-friendly desktop environment called Xfce.

BackBox Linux 4.4 was released a few days ago, barely three months after the release of BackBox 4.3.

This article presents a summary review of the latest edition – BackBox Linux 4.4, which is based on Ubuntu 14.04.3.

With regards to Ubiquity, the graphical installer, the release notes says that support for LVM, the Linux Logical Volume Manager, and full disk encryption are new options. That’s actually not accurate. Since at least BackBox 4.3 (see BackBox 4.3 review: Not just for penetration tests and security assessments), BackBox Linux has been using a version of Ubiquity that has support for LVM and full disk encryption. Minor detail, but the most important thing, is you can install a BackBox Linux 4.4 system with a good physical security posture.

iseng2 Mengecek Metadata foto Motog

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