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 The Importance of Updating Kali Linux Rolling Distribution
Kali.org recently released version 2.0 of Kali Linux which Mike Danseglio like to demonstrate in our Security+ and Certified Ethical Hacking CEHv9 courses. Kali Linux easily fits onto a 32GB USB 3.0 drive and allows you to boot directly into an extremely powerful security (hacking?) system. Mike quickly updated my Patriot USB stick for me, and I raced … Continue reading Where did BIOS [UEFI] Setup Go in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10?
Many Wi-Fi network administrators decide to disable SSID broadcasts. They do this, in part, in an attempt to hide their network from uninvited users. The common belief behind it is that if the network name is not being broadcast, it is harder for an attacker to find the network. Nothing could be farther from the … Continue reading Finding Hidden Wireless Networks