Kali Linux 2019.1 Release

Welcome to our first release of 2019, Kali Linux 2019.1, which is available for immediate download. This release brings kernel up to version 4.19.13, fixes numerous bugs, and includes many updated packages. Tool...

How to Turn an Android Phone into a Hacking Device Without Root

With just a few taps, an Android phone can be weaponized into a covert hacking device capable of running tools such as Nmap, Nikto, and Netcat — all without rooting the device.

How to Do a MitM Attack with Websploit

I assume most of you know what a Man in the Middle (MitM) attack is, but here is a diagram of a Man in the Middle attack. I...

The best free rootkit removal, detection and scanner programs

What is rootkit malware? A rootkit is a particularly nasty piece of malware that doesn’t behave like your typical virus. Rootkits insert themselves into the very heart of...

How to Scan for Rootkits, backdoors and Exploits Using ‘Rootkit Hunter’ in Linux

we are here to introduce a security tool called Rkhunter (Rootkit Hunter). This article will guide you a way to install and configure RKH (RootKit Hunter) in Linux systems using source code.

Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ and new Raspbian Linux release

The Raspberry Pi Foundation made two significant announcements Nov 2018. First, the availability of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+, which has been eagerly awaited; then, the next...
Tor WiFi Router with Raspberry Pi

Make Tor WiFi Router with Raspberry Pi

Surf the Internet securely with your very own portable WiFi VPN/TOR router. You can configure a Raspberry Pi with Linux and some extra software to connect to a VPN...

How to install Cerberus Linux SubSystem

Download Steps Start Windows PowerShell in the Administrator Command Prompt by typing: Copy: powershell

How To Reset Root User Password In CentOS/RHEL 7

Normally resetting the root password is a simple task if you’re logged in already with root privileges. However if you forget the password and need to change it things become a...

A guide to snap permissions and interfaces

Snap is a Linux application package management system which allows developers to easily publish self-contained software packages (snaps) that work across many distributions and versions of Linux. Snaps have security at...
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