Working as an Auditor on a UNIX/Linux system requires basic survival skills, including the ability to move around the filesystem, check permissions, understand system timestamps, list jobs running, browse through logs, and much more. This hands-on course focuses on the basic survival skills required to work in UNIX/Linux. This course is designed for Auditors, and highlights critical files and locations that an Auditor should understand.
This course is designed for Auditors who wishes a basic introduction to Linux.
- Understanding the Linux Filesystem
- Working with Files and Directories
- Coping and Moving files
- Understanding Permissions
- Unix/Linux Job Control
- Working with Superuser Access
- Basic Commands to Examine File Content
- Working with Linux Editors
- Survival Skill vi
- An Auditor’s Look at Critical Files