Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux

Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux


Set yourself up to conduct a penetration test on Kali Linux. Learn the fundamentals of Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux from the ground up and take your skills to the next level.

Security issues can be detected and resolved by running a complete penetration test with Kali Linux. Our expertly designed Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux course aims to educate you on the exciting Kali Linux tools you need to secure your system from vulnerabilities. You will have the skills to gather information, detect a vulnerability and see what you can exploit by working with Kali Linux.  It will teach you how to create a secure hacking environment and explore what it takes to build a career in Cybersecurity.

Learn about Kali Linux to ensure greater proficiency in computer security testing by enrolling today!

Course Design

The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.

You are taught through a combination of

Certificate of Achievement

Endorsed Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme

After successfully completing the course, learners will be able to order an endorsed certificate as proof of their new achievement. Endorsed certificates can be ordered and get delivered to your home by post for only £129. There is an additional £10 postage charge for international students.

CPD Certification from One Education

After successfully completing the assessment of this course, you will qualify for the CPD Certificate from One Education as proof of your continued expert development. Certification is available in PDF format, at the cost of £9, or a hard copy can be sent to you via post, at the cost of £15.


This course has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an endorsed lesson. One Education will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example, progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information, please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.

Method of Assessment

To assess your learning, you have to complete the assignment questions provided at the end of the course. You have to score at least 60% to pass the exam and to qualify for Quality Licence Scheme endorsed, and CPD endorsed certificates. 

After submitting the assignment, our expert tutor will assess your assignment and will give you feedback on your performance.

After passing the assignment exam, you will be able to apply for a certificate.

Why Study This Course

It doesn’t matter if you are an aspiring expert or absolute beginner; this course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with critical skills and an endorsed certificate attesting to your knowledge.

The Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux is fully available to anyone, and no previous lessons are needed to enrol. All One Education needs to know is that you are eager to learn and are over 16.

Course Curriculum

Unit 01: Introduction and Installation
Introduction to the course 00:05:00
Virtual box installation 00:16:00
Kali linux installation 00:14:00
Enabling full screen 00:18:00
Unit 02: Basic Linux Commands
Basic commands part 1 00:10:00
Basic commands part 2 00:21:00
Basic commands part 3 00:13:00
Unit 03: Creating a Secure Hacking Environment
Changing ip address and wireless adapter setup 00:05:00
Creating a bootable Kali USB drive 00:05:00
Essential networking terms 00:10:00
Essential hacking terms 00:18:00
Additional kali tools to install 00:09:00
Changing our MAC address with mac changer 00:06:00
Unit 04: Footprinting
Google hacking 00:13:00
Nikto basics 00:11:00
Whois tools 00:07:00
Email harvesting 00:06:00
Shodan 00:10:00
Zone transfer with Dig 00:07:00
Unit 05: Scanning
Installing Metasploitable 00:07:00
Nmap part 1 00:16:00
Nmap part 2 00:12:00
Nmap part 3 00:12:00
Zen map 00:08:00
TCP scans 00:16:00
Nmap by passing defenses 00:17:00
Nmap scripts part 1 00:09:00
Nmap scripts part 2 00:14:00
Unit 06: Website Penetration Testing
Installing OWASP 00:08:00
HTTP request 00:10:00
HTTP response 00:10:00
Burpsuite configuration 00:13:00
Editing packets in Burpsuite 00:12:00
Whatweb and Dirb 00:10:00
Password recovery attack 00:16:00
Burpsuite login bruteforce 00:11:00
Hydra login bruteforce 00:09:00
Session fixation 00:14:00
Injection attacks 00:06:00
Simple command injection 00:11:00
Exploiting command injection vulnerability 00:08:00
Finding blind command injection 00:14:00
SQL basics 00:10:00
Manual SQL injection part 1 00:13:00
Manual SQL injection part 2 00:21:00
SQL map basics 00:17:00
XML injection 00:16:00
Installing XCAT and preventing injection attacks 00:06:00
Reflected XSS 00:11:00
Stored XSS 00:12:00
Changing HTML code with XSS 00:07:00
XSSer and XSS sniper 00:14:00
Unit 07: Wireless Cracking
Wireless attacking theory 00:11:00
Enabling monitor mode 00:05:00
Capturing handshake with airodump 00:15:00
Rockyou.txt 00:14:00
Cracking with aircrack 00:16:00
Cracking with hashcat 00:15:00
Creating password lists with crunch 00:18:00
Creating password lists with cup 00:07:00
Rainbow tables part 1 00:17:00
Rainbow tables part 2 00:06:00
Installing fluxion 00:06:00
Finding and cracking hidden networks 00:08:00
Preventing wireless attacks 00:08:00
Unit 08: Man in the Middle Attacks
ARP protocol basics 00:10:00
Man in the middle attack theory 00:07:00
Installing MITMf 00:07:00
Manual ARP spoofing 00:13:00
Problems while installing MITMf 00:06:00
HTTP traffic sniffing 00:08:00
DNS spoofing and HTTPS password sniffing 00:24:00
Hooking browser with BEEF 00:16:00
Screenshotting targets browser 00:11:00
Cloning any webpage 00:09:00
Ettercap basics 00:07:00
Unit 09: System Hacking with Metasploit
MFS console environment 00:16:00
Metasploit modules explained 00:12:00
Bruteforcing SSH with Metasploit 00:15:00
Attacking tomcat with metasploit 00:09:00
Getting meterpreter with command injection 00:25:00
PHP code injection 00:06:00
Metasploitable exploits 00:07:00
Wine installation 00:12:00
Creating windows payloads with Msfvenom 00:10:00
Encoders and Hex editors 00:19:00
Windows 10 meterpreter shell 00:12:00
Meterpreter environment 00:11:00
Windows 10 privilege escalation 00:11:00
Preventing privilege escalation 00:06:00
Post exploitation modules 00:14:00
Getting Meterpreter over Internet with port forwarding 00:11:00
Eternalblue exploit 00:20:00
Persistence module 00:13:00
Hacking over the internet with Ngrok 00:10:00
Android device hacking with venom 00:10:00
The real hacking begins now! 00:02:00
Unit 10: Python Crash Course
Variables 00:14:00
Raw input 00:11:00
If else statements 00:10:00
For loops 00:07:00
While loops 00:08:00
Python lists 00:08:00
Functions 00:15:00
Classes 00:10:00
Importing libraries 00:07:00
Files in python 00:12:00
Try and except the rule 00:05:00
Unit 11: Coding an Advanced Backdoor
Theory behind reverse shells 00:07:00
Simple server code 00:13:00
Connection with reverse shell 00:07:00
Sending and receiving messages 00:11:00
Sending messages with while true loop 00:08:00
Executing commands on target system 00:10:00
Fixing backdoor bugs and adding functions 00:20:00
First test using our backdoor 00:18:00
Trying to connect every 20 seconds 00:12:00
Creating persistence part 1 00:06:00
Creating persistence part 2 00:17:00
Changing directory 00:12:00
Uploading and downloading files 00:22:00
Downloading files from the internet 00:23:00
Starting programs using our backdoor 00:07:00
Capturing screenshots on the target PC 00:19:00
Embedding backdoor in an image part 1 00:13:00
Embedding backdoor in an image part 2 00:09:00
Checking for administrator privileges 00:12:00
Adding help option 00:09:00
Unit 12: Creating a Key logger for the Backdoor
Importing Pynput 00:10:00
Simple keylogger 00:10:00
Adding report function 00:11:00
Writing key strokes to a file 00:14:00
Adding the keylogger to our reverse shell part 1 00:23:00
Adding the keylogger to our reverse shell part 2 00:08:00
Final project test 00:14:00
Unit 13: Basic Authentication Bruteforcer
Printing banner 00:11:00
Adding available options 00:11:00
Starting threads for bruteforce 00:08:00
Writing function to run the attack 00:11:00
Bruteforcing router login 00:10:00
Bypassing antivirus with your future programs 00:14:00
Sending malware with spoofed email 00:15:00
Unit 14: BONUS - Building a Career in Cyber Security
What will you learn in this section? 00:03:00
Why is ethical hacking a valuable skill? 00:23:00
What is the best ethical hacking certification? 00:17:00
Tips for getting your first job as an ethical hacker 00:18:00
How I started my career as an ethical hacker 00:14:00
How to price your work 00:11:00
Unit 15: Additional Content: Grand Finale
Bonuses. Enjoy the Benefits 01:05:00
Assignment -Ethical Hacking with Kali Linux 3 weeks, 2 days
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Order Your Certificate QLS 00:00:00

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