Linux for Ethical Hackers (Kali Linux Tutorial) - YouTube

Linux for Ethical Hackers (Kali Linux Tutorial) - YouTube

In this course, you will learn the basics of Kali Linux. The course covers installation, using the terminal / command line, bash scripting, tools and features for ethical hacking, and more. The course focuses on Kali Linux but much of the content applies to other versions of Linux as well.

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