Kali has been released today. I have been wondering what changes they have made for the new
Since I am trying to focus more on Web Application testing instead of the network testing, I will probably focus on Burp, WafW00f, Nikto, Wikto, SQLMap, SQLNinja, etc. I have been using them a lot in the Web App Pentester Night School course by Joe McCray. When the course is over, I am sure I am going to want to use them against a web application test environment. There was a great listing posted on EthicalHacker last month on web application testing here. The actual website with all of the test virtual machines and security labs are located here. I want to get better XSS and webshells and bypassing IDS/IPS. I have been having trouble with the latest version of URLScan too. Such a pain in the butt.
In addition, the Offensive Security guys have announced that they will give offsec veterans a discount "once a new version of PWB [ Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) ] is available, in the next 6 months" (Reference: ) I do not think the new Kali release will impact the course. Having Kali will probably just be nice to have if you were taking the course at the time. I am undecided if I will take the updated course. I loved the course but I want to finish so many other subjects, I am not sure I can get it all done. I am still working on SPSE from SecurityTube. I want to get very good at coding in Python and to do it justice, I will be doing it for a while. There is a tool I have in mind that I want to write in python and I need a better understanding of web scraping google search results among other things. Till next time.