This how to describes how to configure Kali to use a openVPN for securing your traffic.
Why should u use VPN?
Here’s my top 5 why you want to use a VPN service.
- VPN provides Privacy and hides your own External IP address.
- Use any network (public or private or free (hotspot WiFi) with encryption.
- Login to your home or Work network from anywhere with confidence of encrypted traffic.
- Bypass censorship and content monitoring by goverments.
- Browse and bypass Firewall and censorship policy from Anywhere!
As you can see from the list above, VPN not necessarily hides everything. Search engines like google, bing and yahoo can still recognizes you based on your cookies or account sign-in. So make sure you use tools like Bleachbit (clear browsing data etc) and enable plugins in your browser for tracking and ads (privacy badger, uBlock Origin).
In the example below i’m using IPVanish VPN service, there are lot’s more VPN services. If you really want to be sure of logging, security and availability you can use the comparison chart (click here).
BeEF stands for The Browser Exploitation Framework. It is a great penetration testing tool that focuses on the web browser.
Amid growing concerns about web-borne attacks against clients, including mobile clients, BeEF allows the professional penetration tester to assess the actual security posture of a target environment by using client-side attack vectors. Unlike other security frameworks, It looks past the hardened network perimeter and client system, and examines exploitability within the context of the one open door: the web browser. It will hook one or more web browsers and use them as beachheads for launching directed command modules and further attacks against the system from within the browser context.
From a lot of Facebook to No Facebook
At the beginning of this year, I removed my Facebook profile. Here’s what drove that decision.
The Facebook app was the most used smartphone app of 2015, this shouldn’t surprise anyone I guess. The average user is spending 40minutes a day on the site.
I just needed all of the Azure links in one page for connecting, troubleshooting etc..
Management & Monitoring Tools
- Azure CLI (by Microsoft) – provides a set of open source, cross-platform commands for working with the Azure Platform. The Azure CLI provides much of the same functionality found in the Azure Management Portal, such as the ability to manage websites, virtual machines, mobile services, SQL Database and other services provided by the Azure platform.
- Azure Management (by Microsoft) – the current version of Microsoft Azure management portal.
- Azure Portal (by Microsoft) – the next version of Microsoft Azure management portal.
- Azure Management Studio (by cerebrata) – one tool to manage your Microsoft Azure cloud storage, diagnostics data and application workflows
- Azure Management PowerShell Cmdlets (by cerebrata) – cmdlets that streamline your Microsoft Azure workflow with PowerShell
- Azure PowerShell (by Microsoft) – Azure PowerShell is a module that provides cmdlets to manage Azure through Windows PowerShell. You can use the cmdlets to create, test, deploy, and manage solutions and services delivered through the Azure platform.
- Azure Resource Explorer – Azure Resource Explorer is a web site where you can easily discover the Azure Resource Management APIs, get API documentation, and make actual API calls directly in your own subscriptions (read more).
- Azure Script Center
- Bitnami Cloud Tools for Microsoft Azure – Bitnami Cloud Tools will help you manage and monitor your Azure cloud deployments.
- cloudmonix – Monitor, auto-scale and automate Cloud Services, VMs, SQL Databases, Web Apps, Automation, Storage, Service Bus, Virtual Networks and more
- New Relic for Azure – New Relic is now integrated into Microsoft Azure, giving you instant visibility into web and mobile apps, and see insights.