[ Hacker Night School ] :: Kali Linux Metapackages (All Tools or Subsets)

This entry is part 20 of 26 in the series [ Hacker Night School ]

There are actually four subsets of tools you can install with Kali, depending on your needs, disk resources and download speeds. These packages have names like kali-linux-full and kali-linux-all (those sound the same, don’t they?). Fortunately the good people at Offensive Security have a guide to the various metapackages. For instance: kali-linux is the barebones, …

[ Hacker Night School ] :: Adding the Kali Tools to Ubuntu

This entry is part 19 of 26 in the series [ Hacker Night School ]

Kali is cool as hell, but taking it to work could get you fired, or at some of the places I support, get me arrested. It’s not really intended to be a daily-driver OS, though the 2020 update has moved it a long way in that direction. The biggest problem with carrying Kali around is …

[ Bash Scripting How-to ] :: BASH Programming Course: Master the Linux Command Line! on Udemy

Glenn Norman

As I write, this course is on sale for $10 on Udemy, though that’s likely to change. In fact, I’ve bought courses on Udemy that later disappeared, so there’s no guarantee that courses like this on commercial sites like Udemy etc. will even exist years down the road. On the plus side, this one offers …

[ Bash Scripting How-to ] :: Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide at TLDP.org

Glenn Norman

Bash scripting (shell scripting using bash) is one of the most critical skills a hacker can cultivate. Everybody and his brother (including me, Glenn) has written bash scripting guides and tutorials, but few of them go as in-depth as this one. I’ll be listing other bash tutorial sites here at School for Hackers, and I …