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Finding Low Hanging Fruit with Kali - (BSides Nashville 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Finding Low Hanging Fruit with Kali

Stephen Haywood

BSides Nashville 2015

Every network has low hanging fruit, easy to find and fix vulnerabilities that will quickly improve its security posture. In this presentation we will discuss how to use Kali Linux to find the low hanging fruit on your network. We will focus on finding unnecessary services, weak passwords, exploitable vulnerabilities, and unencrypted services.

Bio: Stephen Haywood @averagesecguy
Stephen Haywood is a developer, security tester, author, blogger, and all around nice guy. You can find him on Twitter as @averagesecguy, you can read his blog at averagesecurityguy.info, and you can read his book "Hack Yourself First" at https://averagesecurityguy.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/hack-yourself-first-final.pdf

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