Command-line interfaces (CLI) give users the ability to quickly execute commands and change virtually anything about a machine. However, sometimes remembering or researching the write command or syntax can take more time than clicking through a GUI. These two tools will help save you time by simplifying commands and making your everyday work more efficient.
Virtual Private Networks were first deployed in business settings for remote workers. They have the ability to provide secure access to a local network from a remote computer. Today, VPNs are useful even for common individuals. Masking an IP address, evading geolocation, and using a secure connection are just a few reasons any person may want to use a VPN.
A basic phishing attack is one of the easiest and least technical social engineering attacks to perform. Crafting a fraudulent email and replicating a website is something anyone with basic knowledge of computers can do. The Social Engineering Toolkit (SET) makes this process even easier by guiding the attacker through the process. SET contains many tools for targeted attacks against a singular person or organization. Phishing is just one attack vector in the toolkit.