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    Performing Root Tasks as a Non-Root User in Kali Linux

    Kali Linux is a fantastic operating system for penetration testing and security evaluation. It comes with virtually all security tools built in, it’s lightweight by default, and it has a huge ecosystem that is constantly helping with the project. For instructor-led Security training see our course schedule.  I created a new installation of Kali Linux … Continue reading Performing Root Tasks as a Non-Root User in Kali Linux

    The Importance of Maintaining Apple iPhone Security Engineering – Technology – People – Process

      Video Transcription: I’m Mike Danseglio, and I’m an instructor here at Interface Technical Training. I teach IT Security courses, so I’m plugged-into a lot of what goes on in the security field. I keep abreast of situation. I tend to write a lot of blogs around what’s going on in security and how to … Continue reading The Importance of Maintaining Apple iPhone Security Engineering – Technology – People – Process

    Adding a New Non-Root User in Kali Linux

    Kali Linux is a fantastic operating system for penetration testing and security evaluation. It comes with virtually all security tools built in, it’s lightweight by default, and it has a huge ecosystem that is constantly helping with the project. For instructor-led Security training see our course schedule.  I created a new installation of Kali Linux … Continue reading Adding a New Non-Root User in Kali Linux

    Upgrading Kali Linux to Rolling Distribution

    Kali Linux is a fantastic operating system for penetration testing and security evaluation. It comes with virtually all security tools built in, it’s lightweight by default, and it has a huge ecosystem that is constantly helping with the project. Kali recently began moving towards a rolling distribution. This allows both the core Debian operating system … Continue reading Upgrading Kali Linux to Rolling Distribution

    Here’s how you can make your own bootable Kali Linux installer on USB

    I use Kali Linux extensively when doing penetration testing and security assessments. Besides being fast, Kali Linux has pretty much every security tool I need built right in. On top of that, it’s free! Another benefit, the topic of a previous blog, is that Kali Linux is easily installed on and run from a USB … Continue reading Here’s how you can make your own bootable Kali Linux installer on USB

    Running Java Apps in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10

    Microsoft Edge is the new, built from the ground up browser included in Windows 10. It’s quite impressive actually. It’s fast, it launches cleanly, and it has tons of security improvements. One of the biggest security improvements is a dual-edged sword that you should know about. Microsoft Edge only runs add-ins and extensions that are … Continue reading Running Java Apps in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10

    Binding and Unbinding File and Printer Sharing To Specific Adapters in Windows 10

    If you’re like me, you have more than one network connection on your PC. For example, my desktop computer has two wired Ethernet adapters and one Wi-Fi adapter. And those are just the physical adapters… there are also virtual adapters for remote access and virtualization. For instructor-led Windows 10 training, see our course schedule. Some … Continue reading Binding and Unbinding File and Printer Sharing To Specific Adapters in Windows 10

    How to Create a Bootable USB Installation for Kali Linux

    I use Kali Linux extensively when doing penetration testing and security assessments. Besides being fast, Kali Linux has pretty much every security tool I need built right in. On top of that, it’s free! For instructor-led Windows 10 training, see our course schedule. Another benefit, the topic of this blog, is that Kali Linux is … Continue reading How to Create a Bootable USB Installation for Kali Linux