Linux for Hackers Tutorial with OTW!

You need to learn Linux. I’ve said this for a very long time. Occupy The Web says the same thing – if you want to learn hacking, you need to lean Linux. This is a fundamental skill.

This is episode 2 of the series. Episode 1 is here: Linux for Hackers Tutorial (And Free …

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00:00 – Coming Up
01:03 – Intro
02:54 – Why Linux?
04:12 – Demonstration
10:13 – Snort
19:11 – Z Shell (zsh)
32:29 – More
34:14 – Manual
35:00 – Less
37:50 – Importance of Hacking
41:00 – Can You Be A Hacker Without Linux?
45:50 – Conclusion
47:12 – Outro

// Detailed outline of topics //
00:00:00 – Importance of hacking in the 21st century
00:00:15 – Relevance of Linux knowledge in workplaces
00:01:04 – Introduction of David Bombal and Occupy the Web
00:01:35 – Announcement of the Linux basics series continuation
00:01:46 – Introduction of Occupy the Web’s books
00:02:54 – Differences between Linux and Windows configurations
00:03:37 – Location of configuration files in Linux
00:05:13 – Discussion about installing Snort in Linux
00:11:40 – Encountering ‘permission denied’ and when to use ‘sudo’
00:12:03 – Explanation of the ‘cat’ command and viewing file contents
00:12:15 – Alternative ways to view file contents for practicality
00:12:32 – Using the ‘head’ command to view the top lines of a file
00:13:39 – Importance of viewing the bottom of log files using ‘tail’
00:15:35 – Viewing files with line numbers using ‘nl’
00:16:13 – Introduction to the ‘grep’ command for searching within files
00:19:12 – Transition from bash shell to Z Shell in 2023 and its implications
00:23:15 – Mention of specifying lines and referencing a book.
00:23:30 – Introduction of the ‘sed’ command.
00:24:05 – Using the ‘cat’ command to view contents.
00:24:14 – Mention of Linux configuration files ending in ‘conf’.
00:24:50 – Discussion on Snort’s output and its function.
00:27:31 – Explanation of ‘sed’ command’s utility in text manipulation.
00:28:58 – Observing changes in the ‘snort.conf’ file.
00:30:33 – Brief history of mysql and introduction to MariaDB.
00:32:00 – Mention of rudimentary file display utilities in Linux.
00:35:59 – Explanation on the forward slash in commands.
00:36:10 – Using the ‘less’ command to search text files.
00:36:44 – Definition of strings in the IT world.
00:37:53 – Mention of Cisco’s recent acquisition of Splunk.
00:38:02 – Importance of hacking in the 21st century.
00:39:26 – The need for cyber professionals to understand both offensive and defensive strategies.
00:40:47 – Emphasis on Linux being foundational for hacking.
00:46:50 – Outro

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