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SANS Penetration Testing: Command Line Kung-Fu - Desktop Wallpapers


SANS Pen Test: Command Line Kung-Fu

Desktop Wallpapers

So... we made our new SANS Pen Test Poster: "White Board of Awesome Command Line Kung-Fu" and posted it on Twitter for some initial feedback and someone asked us if we could turn it into a desktop wallpaper and we thought, "that's a really cool idea!"

But, we created it and everything on it was too small and although it looked cool, it wasn't functional. So, then we thought, what if we broke it up into individual pieces. "Eureka!" we exclaimed as we contacted our graphic designer with a new request.

Now... "BEHOLD!"

Introducing the first of many SANS Pen Test Curriculum Desktop Wallpapers!

(Click on the image for the full-sized version)



Comment below if you have ideas for future SANS Penetration Testing Curriculum - Desktop Wallpapers we should make.



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Posted February 12, 2017 at 5:59 AM | Permalink | Reply

Jason Irvin

Thank you so much these wallpapers are awesome and totally helpful!

Posted February 14, 2017 at 10:07 PM | Permalink | Reply


How about vi/vim?
(suggestion by a coworker that was admiring these)

Posted February 23, 2017 at 4:41 PM | Permalink | Reply

carlos almeida

thank you very much

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