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Linux Basics for Hackers

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To become a professional hacker, you MUST know Linux.

Although a few hacker tools are available for Windows,

well over 95% are Linux-based.

This area will focus on updating and upgrading your Linux skills.

 

To begin, take a look at my article on "Why Every Hacker Should Know and Use Linux".

1. Getting Started

2. Finding Stuff

3. Creating, Removing and Renaming Files and Directories

4. Networking

5. Adding and Removing Software

6. Managing Permissions

7. BASH Basics

8. Managing the User Environment

9. Text Manipulation

10. Loadable Kernel Modules

11. Linux Firewalls (iptables)

Also, for more on Linux for Hackers, you can now buy my book

"Linux Basics for Hackers" on Amazon and other bookstores.

In addition, with coupon code "linuxv2", get 50% off on the updated 

Video Companion

to "Linux Basics for Hackers v2" where Master OTW walks you through all the lessons in the entire book.

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