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Installing Kali Linux on a virtual machine

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๐Ÿ“ Instructions

In this practice you will install VirtualBox on your computer and use it to create a virtual machine with Kali Linux. VirtualBox will be your laboratory throughout the course, where you will have virtual machines with different operating systems where you can experiment things in a controlled environment without affecting your main machine.

On the other hand Kali is a Linux distribution focused on computer security, pre-installed with tools for penetration testing, vulnerability analysis, network auditing and digital forensics. It is popular among security professionals and enthusiasts for its comprehensive toolset and ease of use.

The next steps in this practice are:

  1. VirtualBox installation (optional if already installed) 2.
  2. Download Kali Linux
  3. Creation of the virtual machine
  4. Installing the operating system
  5. Verification of the installation

๐ŸŒฑ How to start this project?

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Local Installation

Clone this repository in your local environment (Clone this repository) and follow the steps below:

  1. Install LearnPack, the package manager for learning tutorials and the node compiler plugin for learnpack, make sure you also have node.js 14:
1$ npm i @learnpack/learnpack -g 2$ learnpack plugins:install learnpack-node
  1. Start the tutorial/exercises by running the following command at the same level where your learn.json file is:
1$ npm i jest@24.8.0 -g 2$ learnpack start

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Difficulty

  • easy

Average duration

5 hrs

Technologies

Difficulty

  • easy

Average duration

5 hrs

Technologies

Weekly Coding Challenge

Every week, we pick a real-life project to build your portfolio and get ready for a job. All projects are built with ChatGPT as co-pilot!

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Podcast: Code Sets You Free

A tech-culture podcast where you learn to fight the enemies that blocks your way to become a successful professional in tech.

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