Tools available on Fedora Security Lab are almost the same on Kali Linux or similar
distributions. You can find a lot of tutorials on Youtube and websites about pentesting or
Few examples :
Hope it could helps :-)
Sent with [ProtonMail](https://protonmail.com) Secure Email.
‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
On Thursday, 20 September 2018 8:12, L. D. Barnes <chirhogypsy(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I started with Linux when Mandrake had to be bought from a computer
store, and 56K external modems where used Netscape Navigator. From Mandrake I went to
Suse, that for reasons I don't remember wouldn't work on a new desktop, I went to
Ubuntu, and toyed around with Vector, and when support died back to Ubuntu. I have tried a
plethora of desktop environments.
I now have Fedora security lab installed, you have really done well, I love the idea of
not having sudo access while I am the user, but to have to login in as SU to use some of
the apps, is just wonderful. I always loved snaptic and I really, really appreciate
dnfdragora. This has got to be the best thought out environments I have ever used, thank
you so much.
I came to Fedora for several reasons I had in mind that in my retirement years I wanted
to work on cyber security projects, because now living in a senior housing community I
found out how inept my peers are when it comes to basic security. I have found I am inept
on how to use the security lab, I've done internet searches to try and get some
information, but seem to come up short, I went to my local university and they want me to
get a degree, at 56 years old really not interested, I already have a a BA and MTh
I've tried the different online courses through eDX and Udemy, they all teach using
different OS or different types of software.
I am really wondering is there any training for the security lab suite? If not that's
ok I will just continue to use this configuration I think its sweet.
Verbum Domini Manet Aeternum!