Linux has an extensive range of open-source distributions that pentesters, ethical hackers, and network defenders can use in their work, whether for pentesting, digital forensics, or other cybersecurity uses. Learn about the best open-source distributi…Read More
Cobalt Strike is a legitimate vulnerability scanning and pentesting tool that has long been a favorite tool of hackers. It’s even been adapted by hackers for Linux environments and is inspiring next-generation crimeware. Learn more here.
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The Metasploit project contains some of the best security tools available, including the open source Metasploit Framework. Learn how to use it with this pentesting tutorial.
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We’ve reviewed those better-known open-source names in our main pentesting tools article. Here we’re focusing on some lesser-known but still worthy open-source solutions that can be used separately for specific purposes or combined to run comprehensive…Read More
A significant part of hacking consists of diverting the function of existing systems and software, and hackers often use legitimate security tools to perform cyber attacks. Pentesting tool Cobalt Strike has been one such target, but what happened recently with a Red Hat Linux version of the Cobalt Strike Beacon is worthy of note. According […]
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Today we are resuming our “Hacking with Kali Linux” series. So far we have covered the content of the series and how to install Kali Linux. There are various ways we can install & use Kali Linux and we have included them all in the last article. Once Kali Linux…Read More