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How to Use CherryTree (BSWR)
If you are an investigator or analyst who needs a secure note-taking tool for gathering evidence and information, look no further than CherryTree, a hierarchical note-taking application. In this installment of Breaking Stuff with Robert (BSWR), cybersecurity expert Robert Smith shows you how to use CherryTree from the Kali Linux command line.
Cherry Tree also gives the option to protect notes with passwords and supports syntax for many programming languages. It allows to enter images inside notes as well.
Vikramajeet Khatri and Tahir Ibrahim
(Disclaimer: Breaking Stuff with Robert is a Cybrary series that will be running indefinitely. You will not earn CEU/CPE hours by watching any individual 'Breaking Stuff with Robert' episode. However, you can still earn a certificate of completion for each episode completed.)
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I am a native to Georgia and long-time lover of technology. I initially started as a criminal justice major in my academic career but decided that I liked working with computers and people along the way. I am always seeking the next challenge and have shelves filled with books on topics like programming, penetration testing, auditing, and business.
Certificate of Completion
Complete this entire course to earn a How to Use CherryTree (BSWR) Certificate of Completion