Linux for Hackers Tutorial (And Free Courses)

You need to learn Linux. I’ve said this for a very long time. Occupy The Web says the same thing – if you want to learn hacking, you need to lean Linux. This is a fundamental skill.

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00:00 – Linux for Hackers
00:36 – Free training from Juniper
01:28 – Linux Basics for Hackers
06:57 – Why Linux is important
09:05 – Getting started with Linux // Using Virtual Machines
10:57 – “Latest is not always the greatest”
15:48 – Linux terms to familiarise & examples
18:28 – Linux file system explained & demo
26:55 – Linux terms to familiarise & examples (continued)
30:25 – Linux commands demo
56:02 – Password lists in Linux and where to find them
01:01:24 – Linux commands demo (continued)
01:10:41 – Conclusion

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