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    Star award Incase you missed - free Kali book and new Kali linux certification

    Latest book about Kali Linux if free to everybody now: https://kali.training/downloads/Kali...st_edition.pdf

    There is also new certification: Kali Linux Certified Professional (https://kali.training/)
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    Nice! thxs for the share
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    Very nice! I'm interested in getting more into Security in the coming months. Is Kali the platform of choice for it?
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    While this training is offered by offsec(the creators of Kali Linux and the coveted OSCP), THIS IS NOT A SECURITY OR PENTESTING certification/book. Its a Kali Linux administration book/certification. It deals only with installing, setting up and managing Kali Linux.
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    Very nice thanks for the share.
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    I just checked the PearsonVue website and the exam is $450. That is a bit spendy, in my opinion. If it was $250, I would consider it, but there are way more certifications in that price range that I feel would be a better bang for the buck.
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    This is not a security certifications. It a Kali Linux certification. Still this should be a good read. I think being a good pen tester is abouy using and knowing when to use the right tools. I've already read 20+ pages. Should be good for any level of Kali experience. I'll definitely read it, at 344 pages, should be a 1 month max.
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    Thanks for the look out.
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