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Hone your penetration testing skills using 70+ recipes from the Kali Linux Cookbook

The latest edition of Kali Linux, Kali Linux 2016.1, or Kali Rolling, was released more than a week ago.

For those new here, Kali Linux is a desktop distribution designed for hacking and penetration testing. It is based on Debian Testing and is one of several Linux distributions crafted solely for hacking, penetration testing and digital forensics.

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If you just started using Kali Linux, or even if you’re a seasoned Kali Linux user, you know it comes loaded with a wide variety of applications for penetration testing and hacking. How many of those applications do you know how to use at an expert level?

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Whatever your response is, you can always hone your security penetration testing skills using more than 70 recipes from the Kali Linux Cookbook. It is available for free download for a limited time, so click here to download your free copy.

Kali Linux Cookbook
Kali Linux Cookbook offers 70+ recipes

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