Learn about computer security with the Raspberry Pi and Kali Linux

    Date11 Mar 2019
    Posted ByBrittany Day

    Is there a hotter topic in technology than securing your computer? Some experts will tell you that there is no such thing as perfect security.

    They joke that if you want your server or application to be truly secure, then turn off your server, unplug it from the network, and put it in a safe somewhere. The problem with that should be obvious: What good is an app or server that nobody can use?

    That's the conundrum around security. How can we make something secure enough and still usable and valuable? I am not a security expert by any means, although I hope to be one day. With that in mind, I thought it would make sense to share some ideas about what you can do with a Raspberry Pi to learn more about security.


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