Welcome to InfosecScout! It’s a website for everything related to cybersecurity, hacking, and Kali Linux.
Patrick, who has over 20 years of experience in IT, created and maintains this site. He’s really passionate and knows a lot about cybersecurity.
InfosecScout is all about sharing detailed knowledge, tips and useful advice in the field of cybersecurity. It’s here to help and educate people who are really into it, work in it, or are just interested in a particular topic.
Patrick lives in France and has been working in IT for over 20 years. He started as an IT technician in 2004, where he got really good at using web languages like PHP and creating useful tools for his company.
In 2008, he joined a new company as a web developer and IT technician. There, he learned a lot about PHP, MySQL, and Linux. He also helped people with their computer problems and learned about many different tools and software used in the company.
Patrick spent 12 years at this company, eventually becoming the Systems and Networks Manager, managing a team of three technicians. Now a full-time blogger, he spends his time doing what he’s passionate about: improving his websites and sharing his knowledge about computers and security.
He also created MD5Online in 2012 as a way to experiment with MD5 hashes. It’s now a major site in the field. Patrick is interested in all sorts of things related to the maintenance of computers, systems, and networks. That’s why he started InfosecScout, to share everything he knows about computer security with you.
Patrick also works on other websites in both French and English. You can learn more about him and his work by visiting his personal website. If you’re interested in computers and security, you might find you have a lot in common with him.
We are committed to providing high-quality, reliable, and practical content in the realms of cybersecurity, hacking, and Kali Linux tutorials.
Every article on InfosecScout is written by our founder and expert, Patrick. With years of experience in IT and cybersecurity, Patrick ensures that each piece of content is not only informative but also practical and applicable.
To guarantee the reliability of our tutorials and guides, all content involving code and commands is rigorously tested on virtual machines or servers. This practice ensures that the instructions are viable and effective at the time of writing.
The world of technology and cybersecurity is ever-evolving. We recognize that over time, certain instructions or code snippets may become outdated. At InfosecScout, we are committed to keeping our content as current as possible.
Should you come across any article that contains issues, obsolete instructions, or code that no longer functions as expected, we welcome and encourage your feedback. Please contact us directly at . Your input is invaluable in helping us maintain the accuracy and usefulness of our content.