Hacker/Security - Kali Linux Penetration test Tool

Today I would like to mention this old blog article that describe Kali Linux thaat is a specific Linux distribution used for penetration tests:


Kali 2017.3 Release

Kali Linux is a Debian-derived Linux distribution designed for digital forensics and penetration testing. It is maintained and funded by Offensive Security Ltd. Mati Aharoni, Devon Kearns and Raphaël Hertzog are the core developers.

Kali Linux includes security tools, such as:[13]

More details could be find here:

Finally I would mention that Mr Ghaznavi-Zadeh published a chapter from his book "Kali Linux – A guide to Ethical hacking" and it is available for free here:

Finally here it is Kali Linux video website presentation:

Cloud - Multicloud collector

I adding this applicative mention:


I did not find time to test it but it seems useful.

It is Web based app that allows multiple cloud users to access all their online files from a single interface. Organizing, transferring, synchronizing or even manage sharing files between cloud storage services like Dropbox, Google Drive, Copy, OneDrive, FTP, WebDav, MEGA and other cloud supported vendors.

It is a free application.

There is a premium plan too:


About security concerns consider that:

  1.  Website connect and data transfer using 256-bit AES encryption for SSL.
  2.  Does not save or cache your data and files on our servers.
  3.  Access cloud drives with OAuth authorization and does not save your password.

[update 2018.06.17]

I would like to highlight that tool was indicated as GDPR Compliance:


Vackup - Veeam Alternative Vembu BDR Suite

Today I would like to mention this Veeam Backup Alternative.


I did not have time to try it yet but here some charactheristic that make it interesting:

  1. Backups could be saved on-site, off-site and on cloud.
  2. Item Level Backup for Exchange, Sharepoint, SQL, My SQL, Office 365 available.
  3. Two licensing types:
    1. Unlimited functionalities only for 3 VMs.
    2. Unlimited VMs but functionalities limited.
  4. 30 days trial full feature download possible.
  5. If you are interested to view full compare between license type you could review this .pdf:
  6. HyperV (2008 R2 up to 2016),  Vmware (4.x up to 6.x) , workstation and physical server are supported.
  7. Full and granular restore supported.
  8. CRC, encryption (backup) and compression are supported.
  9. No agent software is installed on VMs.
  10. Storage pools aggregations are supported like on Veeam.
  11. Direct SAN feature permits backup tool to communicate directly to SAN (exposing with iScsi) without necessity to pass through to Vmware/HyperV hypervisors.
  12. Cross Platform Migration tool support (v2v) between different hyper-visor.
  13. VSS - Application-aware image backup compatibility.
  14. Log Truncation.
  15. Backup data could be downloaded from user in different file formats (vmdk, vhdx, image ....)
  16. Backup encryption (AES 256 bit)
  17. About exchange (2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016) Vembu Explorer for Microsoft Exchange Instantly restores Exchange user mailboxes, emails, contacts and etc., from backed up VMware VMs without restoring entire Exchange server.
  18. Vembu Explorer for Microsoft Active Directory: Instantly restores Active Directory objects and GPOs and etc., without restoring entire MS Active Directory VM.Supports Active Directory Server 2008 R2 STD, 2012 DC, 2012 R2 DC.
  19. Vembu Explorer for Microsoft SQL Server: Instantly restores SQL database and tables without restoring entire SQL VM. Supports MS SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2014, 2016.
  20. Vembu Explorer for Microsoft Sharepoint: Instantly restores SharePoint site collections, documents and etc. without restoring entire SharePoint VM. Supports Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003,2007,2010,2013.
  21. Bare-metal Recorery it is supported restoring to same hardware or new RAW hardware using Vembu Recovery CD.
    Supported O.S.: 
    (2016, 2012 R2, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008,2003 R2 SP2, 2003 SP2, Windows 10 , Windows 8, Windows 7,Windows Vista,  Windows XP SP2)
Here they are useful documentation to aim to view all features/capabilities:

Indeed about Veeam Backup tool you could review this link with all related blog articles:


Tips - First WWW web page 1990, 20th December

I would like to indicate here the first web page that was published in WWW.

It is a curiosity useful to remember that the www beginning only 27 years far, in temporal sense, from today.

It was infact 1990, 20th of December

The first drop of water of our IT "sea"