Certified Kali Linux Bash Scripting

This program is designed for IT & Cyber Security professionals who are new to Kali Linux. This program is extensively hands-on and will actively engage students in task-focused activities, lab-based knowledge checks to ensure maximum skill transfer and retention. Besides, GUI-based Environment will be featured to build on the student’s existing technical knowledge, while command line concepts will be introduced to provide a foundation for students planning to work full time in the Pen Testing using Kali Linux

CERTCOP Level – BEGINNER 

Bash

DIY Home-Lab Setup

Learn to setup your own Penetration testing Lab at home/work

Linux commands & its features

Learn all the basic commands to operate a Linux distro, user management, Packages, sudo and more

Real world tools & techniques

We covered many tools and techniques used by real-world hackers, these tools haven't been listed in any other industry courses as these tools are very recently released.

Purpose of the Course:

The materials within this course focus on the Knowledge Skills and Abilities identified within the Specialty Areas like:

  • Cyber Defense Analysis
  • Systems Analysis
  • Technology R&D
  • Vulnerability Assessment and Management
  • Basic Linux and Security Concepts

Course Details:

Why Choose Bash using Kali Linux?
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LINUX

More than 88% of the tools used by real world hackers are in linux

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KALI LINUX

90% of hackers prefer Kali linux over Windows machines

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CKLPT

Covers 80% of subject to understand Kali linux & Basic Pentesting Techniques

Course Contents:

  • What is bash shell?

  • What is bash programming?

  • Customizing Shell

  • Other types of shell

  • Your first bash script

  • bash examples

On-Demand Training

Train anywhere, anytime. Master all exam objectives through learning content that is enhanced with videos Confirm your learning progress with an included practice test.

What do our Customers say?

Best begginer bash course
Adam Sendler
System Admin
Learnt a lot about shell and Linux, how different OS poses types of shells and their limitations
Mike Stuart
Support