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The Secret step-by-step Guide to learn Hacking

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totally clickbait. but also not clickbait. I don't know where to start hacking, there is no guide to learn this stuff. But I hope you still have a plan now! How to learn hacking - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKXd9zW1OuI The ultimate guide, everything you need to know - https://google.com Stuff that looks cool: crypto challenges - https://cryptopals.com/ wargames - https://overthewire.org other exploit challenges - http://pwnable.kr/ basics of exploitation (+ my playlists) - https://exploit-exercises.com/protostar/ math puzzles with programming - https://projecteuler.net break ethereum smart contracts - https://ethernaut.zeppelin.solutions/ Try something new: create an android app - https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp/index.html create a website with python - http://flask.pocoo.org/ do some nice animations - https://processing.org/tutorials/ make some LEDs blink - https://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/HomePage Other Channels: GynvaelEN - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCkVMojdBWS-JtH7TliWkVg MurmusCTF - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUB9vOGEUpw7IKJRoR4PK-A MalwareAnalysisForHedgehogs - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVFXrUwuWxNlm6UNZtBLJ-A hasherezade - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNWVswPNgn5kutPNa5sprkg Colin Hardy - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCND1KVdVt8A580SjdaS4cZg -------------------------------------- Twitter: https://twitter.com/LiveOverflow Website: http://liveoverflow.com/ Subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/LiveOverflow/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LiveOverflow/
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Arthur van der Wal (1 hour ago)
You forgot black hat Vegas, and again you are awesome
Kamilake (2 days ago)
Awesome!! Nice video. I learn a lot
Yernar Sadybekov (2 days ago)
Step 1: run cmd Step 2: type "color 02" Step 3: type "tree" Step 4: you are hacker
Kamilake (2 days ago)
Yernar Sadybekov ipconfig
Qazythehuman (3 days ago)
Well hacking is not totally computers. There is bio hacking, a few years ago scientists had made cockroaches that could be controled with an xbox controller. Hacking is just forcing a thing to do a thing.
Alex Manbeck (3 days ago)
Fantastic video.
sokari134 (3 days ago)
I stumbled on this video randomly, and heck it was the advice that I needed right now. Thanks man for your work and sharing your experience.
Soul (3 days ago)
If U're a good architect, U're a good demolition expert.
Soul (3 days ago)
U're german?
Bro ya just gotta hack the mainframe and *C Y B E R N U K E* people. That’s step 1.
Sayan Kundu (4 days ago)
This is a honest click bait.
Sina Cetinkaya (4 days ago)
does anybody know what ıs the font name he uses?
Baligh Hamdi (4 days ago)
Get to the point mein freund!!!!!
kodokudeusotsuki (4 days ago)
My advice is to start with low level languages. If you start with PHP or JavaScript, you won't get used to many concepts and complexity you need to understand. Start hardcore with C, assembly, old video games programming, firmware programming. Actually coding an OS (a very basic one, like a simplified msdos) with C is not that difficult and you can achieve it within a year with good guidance. Focus on old technology rather than the new one, so you will learn way more.
kodokudeusotsuki (15 hours ago)
Darticus the Great That’s the point. If you start too easy, you will get lazy whenever something hard comes up and get discouraged. Why learning hacking if I can make a living writing PHP or java? On the opposite, if you start hardcore, you’ll get used to complex things and find it normal. It’s like learning how to drive with an automatic car. Who wants to learn how to ride a manual when you start learning with automatics? Just start learning how to drive manual already.
Darticus the Great (21 hours ago)
kodokudeusotsuki as if coding itself wasn't intimidating enough to a beginner... saying to start with low level is like jumping into the deep end without knowing how to swim; without developing the frame of mind to understand programming, it's very unlikely that anyone except the most analytically minded would persist long enough to actually learn something. I know that if I had started with low-level ""hardcore""" languages as you describe it, I would have been severely discouraged from continuing programming, and probably would have given up. There's a reason lots of people are told to start with high level languages like JavaScript, Python, Java, etc. They abstract out a lot of the inner workings of the environment, and allowing you to do lots of cool things with it with relative ease. Then you can gradually grow your knowledge downward to that lower level and develop a more refined understanding and appreciation for the technologies you take for granted. While it's certainly not the only approach, it's one of the most accessible Like countless experts have said about the industry, there's no one good way to be introduced to programming or security. Saying otherwise is just gatekeeping, plane and simple, because in reality any experience is valuable, even if it's not the "typical" or "sensible" route.
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Kamilake (2 days ago)
MidSpike shutdown -s -t 0
Pseudo Typos (4 days ago)
"A hack is the simplest solution for a complex problem" (don't know the source). :-D Many step stones are the same for me. We all did php :-D Today its all about containers and orchastration. Its not agile as they promised lol O.o But I started with linux very early. I would recommend that step to do as early as possible. Shell, python and all the Free stuff was the key for me. When you are young and have no money, free stuff is good stuff. ;-) I am very thankful to the community and all the help I got in all the years, for all the code on github. Spreading the knowledge is so easy with open source. Really love your excellent videos.
GalaxyMaster 06 (4 days ago)
Amazing video, this really pushed me to go through with my learning, thanks
Tony Virelli (4 days ago)
Fantastic video! This is so on point!
Majid Menouar (5 days ago)
Great Content!!! Embrace uncertainty Embrace Randomness, Do not limit your Horizon, At the same time make sure where your Energy is being invested
Jô Nobre (5 days ago)
Step one: print "Hello World!" Congratulations, you are a hacker!
Rayan BEN (5 days ago)
Dude u had made the same path - JEsus thoses odds
Liam Martin (5 days ago)
Wow I thought you were Chinese
Nicholas Decker (5 days ago)
For the making a website with python I recommend using Django over flask. But if ya wanna mess around use flask haha
Aman Angah (5 days ago)
My diploma path: 1. I learned html and pseudocode. 2. Then, I learned C++ and hated it because I don't know how it works. 3. Then, I learned Java and the same thing happened with C++, I hated it because the code is pretty difficult to understand for the beginner. It also have many boiler plate which is why the simplest code in Java to make input output program is freaking long. 4. Then, I learned web programming (html, css, php) and came to know database using sql syntax. 5. Then I learned about computer network and information security. This is my first exposure to Kali Linux, a penetration testing tool designed by Offensive Security. 6. Actually, I started using Linux distro before all of this stuff. I became distro hopper for quite some time by testing it in live environment and installing many distro in my laptop. Ultimately, I failed to install Arch Linux and got frustrated with the desktop environment installation. Undergraduate path: 1. I learned Java again but this time I understand how it works and I can pretty much solve simple assignment using Java program. 2. Then, I got into Android app development competition. I used MIT App Inventor which is the easiest noob way to create Android app. 3. After that, I learned web programming again, but this time I came to know about Bootstrap framework. A tool that can speed up web development and make our website look nice and better at the same time. Cool, because before this I did web programming by created website from scratch using text editor and whoa that's really crazy. 4. Besides, I learned custom ROM I really want to use it because default Android that came from manufacturer is really boring and bloated. Along the way, I unlocked the bootloader and install custom recovery. It's really awesome and you can install any custom ROM and GApps without rooting your phone. Then, I found Magisk Manager (better than Kingroot) that enable systemless root and contain thousand of awesome modules. 5. Then, I got into digital forensic, forensic analysis and forensic tools and techniques. Imaging using dd, dcfldd and dc3dd. Command line all over again using Kali Linux. 6. Actually, you can use Kali Linux by just downloading VMware or VirtualBox image provided by Offensive Security and use freaking virtual machine. Don't waste your time installing Kali Linux VM from scratch unless you have a specific reason to. Problem solved. 7. My next big thing: Android forensic, Hackintosh project, Python automation, shell scripting and who knows what else.
Icie Flake (4 days ago)
Everytime I am asked that I tell them to get a game called Grey Hack and HackNet to get a basic idea of things. Or to setup a CentOS server with same firewall that Department Of Justice has and then try to brake your own server, If things get too hard make some holes and then try to find them, then fix them and do it better without holes you know before hand =) In other words.. Pick your toys apart and put together x'D
Seby_Plays (6 days ago)
Das war Motivation;D , nicht zum hacken , sondern zum programmieren,
DoomRater (6 days ago)
Start with defining the term for hacking as best you can. I've defined it as "the act of using something for a purpose outside its intended role". That means everything as simple as using a chair like an end table to as complex as feeding a whole new game into an existing Super Nintendo Cartridge by hand or by machine. That doesn't exactly match the IT definition but it's worth noting that not all hackers deal with security exploits.
ateng lenon (6 days ago)
hacker is a mindset, not a person.. :)
Das Strichmänchen (6 days ago)
Step 1: Download Huzuni 1.12 Step 2: Press Windows Button and R Step 3: Click on .minecraft Step 4: Put Huzuni.jar in the versions folder Step 5: Use the Huzuni Profile in the MC Launcher Step 6: Done.
Booxi (6 days ago)
Nice Video, i had a similar start..... I love DIY projects, so i bought electrical Parts, Raspberry pi's and Arduinos Today, im programming in different Languages. making my own devices using 3d Printer and stuff. and know much more about Computers,than a regular Pc user. So, are iam an Hacker? I dont think so. But i got this "hackery" mentality. "what can i make this do" in my opinion its all about "Problem Solving" Information is everything!!! My advise to beginners. 1. search a problem, you want to solve 2 look up for solutions others made 3.split the big Problem in smaller ones 4. repeat step 2 5. find the easyest problem to solve and solve it 6. go for the other problems. 7. if you fail, begin again at step 3 at least,this worked out for me. i'll you guarantee youll learn something and even if you start other projects and abadon this one, the knowledge you aquired is usefull at any given point in future Projects. i hope i could help someone. .
MinecraftUndSo (7 days ago)
That is verry interesting! So you CAN learn hacking here in germany :D
Christopher Leamons (8 days ago)
'anything non-German' lol
michael mac (8 days ago)
Honestly a good start is to join some type of tech club at your school. Like I’ve done 6 years or robotics using som different platforms. Like vex and LEGO and Arduino I’m only 18, freshmen in college. What robotics was able to teach me was the basics which already gives me a head start over my pears. Plus I had a blast doing robotics and have made great life long friends.
RawPeds (8 days ago)
Stupid clickbait title
MrNoName64 (8 days ago)
Hey @LiveOverflow! Thanks for the video. You are really an amazing person. Not only do I learn something new from every your video, but you also give me the real inspiration to do something by myself. And it's very important for me. To be honest, you are the one of the most favourite YouTubers of mine :) P. S. Sorry for screwing up such a nice number of comments: 777
Purdy Mouth (8 days ago)
"There is no secret hacker organization with forbidden knowledge" *that's where you're wrong, kiddo* 😎
LiveOverflow (8 days ago)
prateek yadav (9 days ago)
now that you have revealed secret, it isn't secret anymore Now i have to look for another secret damn this whole thing is a drag..
BackdoorNutzer (9 days ago)
Collect knowledge. I think that's the trick.
Zomp (9 days ago)
This is all obvious stuff for people that actually enjoy hacking. For us, it's not work at all. It's about solving puzzles. As with anything you do, if you enjoy it then you will be more likely to succeed. Some people think it's cool to hack and that's why they might pursue it. My advice to those people is to find something you enjoy and master it. It's probably not programming and hacking.
Oftmol Farmisht (9 days ago)
take a hammer.
Antonio. (10 days ago)
Break things to know how they work, build things to know how to break them.
Milton Roy (10 days ago)
I am interested in this security culture, but couldn't find a way to do, but as I am learning web development I also had to learn how to make them secure. Moral of the story : To break something, you need to know how to make it first.
Hoshi Gaming (10 days ago)
*FBI joined the chat*
JustVlaxx (10 days ago)
I remember when I didn't understand what minecraft redstone is.... then started playing around with it, my brother came and told me that I am assembling a basic digital logic circuit (AND gate)... Got a book to learn about digital logic a bit. Applied to redstone and had so much fun, possibilities are endless. I had so much fun with digital logic that I started learning about sequential logic circuit.... Now I am learning RTL (not playing mc anymore, sadly) and did some practical work in SystemVerilog. I can't believe that a simple Minecraft game made me choose my path, with a help from my brother, and I am loving it. I am learning some things on the side, but primarily RTL logic.
wiebe V aken (9 days ago)
Minecraft may have been one of the best gifts to our generation! I still remember playing around with Redstone. And then my mother gave me a book about learning Python using Minecraft. I've long stopped playing Minecraft. And here I'm sitting. Writing my own 3D graphics renderer! I'm very grateful for what Minecraft has brought me over the years
Almark (10 days ago)
I use to think Hackers were part of the elite magic group of tech savvy people, not so. Think Neo, only more corp, without the Matrix or super powers.
prAcid (12 days ago)
I started with js in android studio(this february" because im fascinated about having my Project with me. Now im close to releasing my App im currently working on the "security" stuff but man im waaaaay behind you Guys that want to learn Hacking dont rly want it its more like"would be cool to know but ill pass the work and time"....
Jansen Eclarinal (12 days ago)
by the way guys just delete "System 32" thank me later. this guy helped me out ! thank you very much i will start tom. to learn some new stuff and i will watch your videos and youre other recommendation channel to add some data to my research about computer security, thanks a lot bro you bring me back to life.
J.P. Jtr (12 days ago)
Hi, ich bin in einem Subreddit auf dein Video verwiesen worden. Bei der ganzen Sache ging es dabei wie man am besten anfängt. Und dein Video, finde ich, erklärt auf spielerische Weise ganz gut wie man anfangen könnte. Fand ich sehr gut. Und du machst einem auch sehr viel Mut in der Hinsicht, dass man selbst mit angefangenen und zurückgelassenen Projekten immer noch seine Schlüsse ziehen kann. In mir hast du definitiv direkt einen neuen Abonnenten gefunden. Mach weiter so.
Shrikanth Shriki (13 days ago)
Can anyone teach me how to hack an instagram account??
Md Nur (14 days ago)
Thanks a lot.....
Zaccariash Momin (14 days ago)
fuck it damn stupid
santos perez (14 days ago)
We are project zorgo
Gromst3rr (15 days ago)
loved the vid, LOVED IT
Zepairaid (15 days ago)
Lol I only know c, c ++ and html
Dylan (13 days ago)
Nothing wrong with that. C and C++ (although similar) are VERY versatile
bian aquilla (16 days ago)
i like ...... u, think diferent
BIG GAMER X (16 days ago)
Very nice video thanks 👍👍
Flameshaper_ (18 days ago)
fbi open up
halllo54321 (19 days ago)
Mach doch mal deutsche Videos
halllo54321 (19 days ago)
Aber hier coole Videos von der Gestaltung her
halllo54321 (19 days ago)
Muss ich meinen Kopf nicht so anstrengen :) aber schadet nicht
halllo54321 (19 days ago)
Soll kein Front sein
LiveOverflow (19 days ago)
Was ist daran cooler?
halllo54321 (19 days ago)
Alles easy aber deutscher wär cool
boom bang (20 days ago)
What the fuck ? if you don't know than why do you make a click baith title.
LiveOverflow (20 days ago)
For people like you ;)
repIace aIl (20 days ago)
trade secret.
YouCan (20 days ago)
27 is young ? lol
blitz box (21 days ago)
Teach me please how to ethical hack
BlackHawkCH91 (21 days ago)
This video inspired to keep on going. I know you said that planning is almost impossible, but I do plan on doing deep research on sqli. I want to practice slqi but I don't know any sites or software that can allow me to practice. Can you please point me to a site or other that can allow me to practice?
Nikola Pavlovic (21 days ago)
I have somehow missed this vid.. We are same age and path is kinda similar, atm im somewhere at linux/arduino instance of path.. Much love for your work <3
ENGLISHLY (22 days ago)
Thank you!
Itzhak Ramm (24 days ago)
awesome video
I was born (24 days ago)
Hi, brilliant video. In which software do you make the video?
Iron Rod (24 days ago)
So much of knowledge !!! Are you a Robot?? Oh man...I wish I could learn like you..
AmazingJonnie (24 days ago)
mrahmed saphira (25 days ago)
I have big like for you my buddy.
the lan brothers (25 days ago)
so fcking true u truly helped ty
Roman Ticker (25 days ago)
Are u German?
VICKY VIGNESH (25 days ago)
Thanks bro I think hacking is a separate part to study ,we will learn that I been a hacker After seeing your video I can clear and knowing that hacking is nothing but learn more about computer and technology in depth and in practical. Thank bro this guideful video
Gwentarino Kripperino (25 days ago)
made a rbg calculator, what a madlad
Enrique A. (26 days ago)
I honestly think that you could not have explained the concept any clearer or better...very well articulated and it depicts your level of knowledge of IT and life itself...a process of collected experiences is really what it comes down to. Thanks for the info, Cheers.
Zammy Wang (26 days ago)
Learn to learn hacking lol. I should make a video about learning to learn to learn hacking
Alkeryn (26 days ago)
I was also lost when i was young, well i wanted a good book to learn quite all the thing but in the end hacking is more of a fuzzy ball of many different things that you grow with time than a single thing you can learn i think the end of the story is, do computer stuff and learn how everything works and try to see how it fails that's more of an intution than a repetitive workflow in the end
Shazzkid (27 days ago)
Step 1: run cmd Step 2: show someone your command prompt window, tell them you are hacker Step 3: they believe you are hacker Step 4: you are hacker
Bob Smitty (5 days ago)
+Clayton Coleiro Wew. I didn't look that far.
Clayton Coleiro (5 days ago)
+Bob Smitty look up, I already said that lol
Bob Smitty (5 days ago)
You forgot to tell them to use the tree command!
Clayton Coleiro (6 days ago)
run tree and tell them that they have a virus, the you're a scammer who can sell them a package for €399 per year lol!
Fernando Pratama (6 days ago)
When i use command prompt just to restore the hidden attribute of my teachers file in middle of presentation, they all called me hacker. I'm just giggling all day xixixi
Christopher Jacobsen (29 days ago)
There is honestly no general best place to start from. The best starting location is determined by your own personal experience. If you are a programmer, you might wanna start with programming and move into binary exploitation. If you are a web dev of any kind, web exploitation might be something for you. If you are more of an administrator, time to start looking at Linux, and using pentest tools like metasploit, and start writing python scripts, etc... But whichever place you start from will take you through every other place every other person has ever started from. By the end of it, you will have touched upon all of the starting places, regardless of where you chose to start. So pick whatever shit you think sounds cool, and work from there. As you learn something, it will guide you towards other shit to learn automatically.
mode9 M (1 month ago)
Well I appreciate this video, but for the vast majority of genuine reverse engineers and binary hackers before websites became ubiquitous and Google was not yet invented, the cracking community has a vast repository of tools and tutorials. Just look into +ORC and +Fravia which are some timeless and outstanding tutorials for Windows hacking, if you dont know this yet (speaking to the audience) you aint made for it.. For published books, visit Amazon and type 'malware analysis', 'pentesting', 'security' and so on....real easy these days.. For spoon feeding types just know you wont get very far. Guys like this guy are an excellent motivating example of what an 'autodidact' is. Again, if you dont know the term, look it up. Best tip to anyone learning (we all are btw), never ending reading and parallel hands on doing is the only secret sauce. Just ask any hacker worth his salt. Nothing comes easy. Places to start: File formats OS internals APIs C/C++ Scripting and interpreted languages these topics alone have great content, now do the hard work.
OneMedDose Gaming (1 month ago)
Im still learning the html and python
XEDOM (1 month ago)
what university did you do? what's the name?
Denzel Jeremy Odicta (1 month ago)
Rooster HAX (1 month ago)
The sooner you start, the better, HTML and then CTF. Your welcome!
kishore kumar (1 month ago)
Rooster HAX (1 month ago)
"Those who are really deep into software, should consider making their own hardware.." Anyone know what it's the truly meaning of this?
PS4sos21 (1 month ago)
You are giving your life story rather than tell the noobs how to do what your title says. You are a joke just stringing script kiddies along. Maybe you're one too.
PS4sos21 (1 month ago)
Yeh, whatever dude..
LiveOverflow (1 month ago)
Ah damn, you got me! There is actually a secret website that teaches everything. If you find it you can easily hack any money you want... Actually my whole channel is about spreading misinformation about IT security! We want to mislead script kiddies, so only the real 1337 hax0rs find us on the dark-web. (please don't tell anybody)
Fajer AlRokebi (1 month ago)
you talk to much just get to the fact ideate because you don't know how to hack
kishore kumar (1 month ago)
700th comment
Crimson Karma (1 month ago)
Title: step by step to become a hacker You tuber: “there is no step by step”
Crimson Karma (1 month ago)
+LiveOverflow now thats thinking out of the box, no but boob clickbait still works
LiveOverflow (1 month ago)
avi12 (1 month ago)
Very good video! As a developer, I first learned C# at school Then, watched a presentation about a mathematician and made a small C# program (using Windows Forms Application) Then, translated the code to JavaScript, for fun Eventually, I knew that C# and Java are similar languages at their cores, so I used the C# code, along with information from Google & YouTube videos, and made my first Android app and then published to the Play Store, which is linked to my website: https://avi12.com/nine-calculator - I published this app when I was only 17 7:02 My point of view is different - not "what could go wrong" or stuff like that, but rather "what's missing in my life" and "how can this service be improved - let's make my own so I can add as many features as I want, so the application can do as best job as possible"
gaming futures (1 month ago)
Dude I thought that I'm the only one who mix everything together you are a advanced version
Alebest z (1 month ago)
ot vesko
Teknologinn Fortolive (1 month ago)
Bob the truck driver (1 month ago)
How do I hack my neighbors toaster so it can eat their cat.
WSADKO (1 month ago)
dude hate it to break it to you, but 27 y/o is not young. I'm 26 and feel kinda gramp-ish
Joshua Cullmann (1 month ago)
I started with C++ then HTML,Linux CSS and PHP now Hardware programming and Databases
Brian RuleZ (1 month ago)
2600 dot Com
Brian RuleZ (1 month ago)
BASIC...VB 6.0...Sales, Service and Repair of P.C's and Macs... Now Java ;)
KC Mackie (1 month ago)
Well said sir! Thank you for the information.
Sean Haughey (1 month ago)
Excellent video .

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