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
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
IppSec - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa6eh7gCkpPo5XXUDfygQQA
John Hammond - https://www.youtube.com/user/RootOfTheNull
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This video helped me alot, just like you i am a guy who loves to learn new things and languages such as c, c++, java, python, etc. I just love to build new and new things, one day I'll be working on a website and other day I'll be building mobile apps. I was very confused as every expert i had a talk with advised me to get one field as ur expertise but i loved working on all of them. Just recently I've joined security field where i am learning penetration testing in os and web apps, where i am able to combine all that knowledge that i learn over years.
In short, thnx for the great video
How I hack:
System.out.println("[INFO] Connecting server......");
Thread.sleep(new Random().nextInt(5000) + 1000);
System.out.println("[INFO] Your computer has now been hacked! Please insert bank card into USB and press \"ENTER\" to continue.");
I started with hardware, gates, binary, making circuits that do things, repairing circuits that don’t work. The 1s and 0 s controlling the gates is assembler, then you step out a layer and you get programs. So I started out hacked and worked my way to unhacked!
I am learning C,HTML,CSS now and I'm 15.I'm planning to learn Python and Java and Assembly maybe in the future.I'm using ubuntu to get used to command line.Any tips you have? I want to be a software engineer and make AI projects
+LiveOverflow My understanding of hacking is where you get access to other peoples information and you can take over anything thats online, i dont know if that makes any sense but you get acces to others stuff, get to see what they are doing on their phone, on their computer, on their accounts, you can delete their posts or make new posts and things like that, hopefully you understand me, also big IF, IF you could check out my montages that would be great, they are posted on my channel
Learning to become a hacker really is a good idea. people will get to do hacks personally.
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Ok first up... I am currently going into a reputable school with high tuition fee and during my first few months( 5 months to be exact) of taking Computer engineering course, i felt hopeless... One reason, I don't have any clue about the course, no history of programming and knowledge about computer hardware, and even reformatting my computer, I don't know(well, i just did and it was a week ago) . I don't know how to talk to people, or keep in touch with the people I've met... and as I go through this school year time feels like sweeping away. I feel like money is wasted on me, I don't want to disappoint the person whose supporting me. What's really bothering me is that, i feel like I didn't learn anything because idk about you guys but in my school we have 4 semesters and each of them cost MONEY and as days have passed I'm getting even more disappointed to the point that I'm getting depressed.
I'm lost at my life at this point
For these past few days, i feel like I'm gonna learn more if I just learn it from the internet or something like that.
But anyways nice video, sorry bout that...Got noone to talk to, heh.
Edit: Been like this for Months
i really want to be a hacker, gray hacker( white hack + dark haker = normal hacker :) so.. not a bad one, but one with sense with humour, like yo hack all printers in the world and print subscribe to pewdiepie xD )
Very well put. I think of hacking more as an attitude rather than a skill. How much do you enjoy tinkering with things and how much do you enjoy learning and changing the inner workings of something will define how good of a hacker you are.
i've only been learning for a couple of months and i'm looking at becoming a security analyst or maybe malware analyst but what i've learned so far is: cyber security is an insanely broad subject, and you need to know how things work on all levels before you can then learn how to un-work them.
I would recommend people learn how operating systems work, ALL of networking, web development, databases. it's basically everything in IT/computer science. Obviously learning to program is crucial
i think its important to know the fundamental low level stuff thoroughly. I know most of it intuitively rather than 'properly' and i find that kinda holds me back. For example, i know how to use things and vaguely how it works, but i dont know SPECIFICALLY. like being able to drive a car and keep the engine running, but not being able to tell you precisely why a cam shaft is important
The truth is everybody has found a way to hacking but NOBODY will ever tell you how, you can get in there.
but you can always follow there path and discover your own way
1) study computer science or software Engineering and do masters in info sec
3) now two years has passed, Now we back to hack again I want you to read. Read read read, Read alot of BOOKS, as I said BOOKS not bloggs and internet articles, you can start with "Web application hackers handbook" at the same time read any networks security book for begginers
4) while applying step 3 you go deeper in Kali Linux and metasploit, read "Penetration testing with Kali linux" and "Metasploit: The Penetration Tester's Guide"
5) read about, web security, server security, networks security, learn about botnets and malware
6) start with CTF, don't know what CTF is ???? google it
7) while doing 3, start reading books about reverse engineering, buffer overflow
8) when you fell that you are confident with 7, move on to Malware analysis
9) Now over 4 years has been passed. Congratulation you are a proffessional hacker
just like u.i learned html vbs webdev css php and java android programming,now i am learning C++,trying to make games . i wanted to become a hacker when i was 10 years old. i hacked people from cafe with usb keylogger back then and i was proud of myself ,damm but after 9 years my lost my path ., i didn't finished anything .i made a website back 2 years ago tho .but my path become unclear .i also want to become a physicist .i thought my dream of becoming a hacker is just a dream ,that won't never happen cuz i am learning both at the same time ' physics and IT' .but thz
to u , i won't give up ' .
I think you could sum it up like this: Be curious. Learn how stuff works. If you're like "But i don't care" then this might not be thing for you. Collect knowledge about systems like a sponge sucks up water. Ask questions whenever you can and if you're struggling with a 'Hello world' program and can't find a solution, asking on StackOverflow and understanding what went wrong why will bring you one step closer towards your goal.
Some points from this video (and also my own experience):
1. There is no perfect recipe, it's a convoluted path that no one can give you a perfect step by step guide (incidentally, I find that just doing it, not planning too much, were the times I advanced in a much faster pace than when I kept planning stuff. I just sat and coded and "broke" stuff and fixed and repeated...)
2. Each step will kinda guide you to the next... but there is no perfect order
3. Learn IT stuff with 2 directions: building stuff and thinking how stuff could break. To learn each of these require a different set of goals, but they are intimately related: knowledge about one helps the other.
4. It will take time... (well, everything that is complex requires time to master, because our brain needs to build new neural circuits... you can't do that instantly, it's a biological process). So try to enjoy the process.
5. Don't be fooled: even pros that seem like sorcerers don't know everything, if anything, they also know little. Just that this little compared to newbies is immense.
Obviously, pre-requisites are learning programming languages, algorithms, data structures, improving logical thinking, learning about OSs, command lines, IDEs, etc.
As a practical advice, I'd say start with js or python as they are a little "easier" than, say, java or c++. They require less maintenance and setup (js just need notepad although you can easily get better text editors) and a browser... and python has a very clean syntax, very delightful to code into. Start with simple projects (like a calculator or something)... and increase complexity with each new one. After your first language, the second will be MUCH easier to get a grasp on! (you never truly truly learn a language, you can't completely memorize every single command or detail... but that's not what learning is really about is it?)
But the main point which I completely agree in the video is that FUN IS VERY IMPORTANT. Programming is such a wonderful, entrancing experience when you calibrate the difficulty of challenges properly... almost like a game.
Hope this helped, at least a bit!
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Udemy and youtube have courses for hacking, programming for a hacker etc. It definitely has to be a hobby its learning intensive. Just like being a mechanic u cant press a button and it's fixed. But u can watch a video and change ur alternator or water pump. This bum makes u think u have to live a tech life and after decades of pursuit u get there. Nah u can start exploiting rather quickly. This bum that made the video wanted to hack then took the long way. He didnt know how to teach himself anything cuz he didnt know how to learn. That's the most important thing college teaches u if u dont already know. How to teach yourself.
This guy is a bum who cant make the video he purports to make rather he gives us his $h!tty life story. U need to get kali or parrot os either dual boot on a laptop or run only it. Set up a hack lab it's cheap and easy use an old desktop they are cheap refurbished on newegg. Put an exploitable os on it these are free and easily found online. Start doin hack exercises like that. Bring ur laptop around hack. Go to use my and youtube and check out the hacking courses. Learn linux and networking. U have learn how it works before u can exploit it. Learn hacking while u learn operating then ultimately programming. U dont need to worry about this bums life story though and u just wasted valuable minutes of your life watching this garbage. That's the tragedy
this video really sums up how hacking works, i am not professional hacker or even a hacker (just learned dictionary attacks and sql injection) but when i just said i wanted to print something on my neighbors WiFi printer i just started googling and after a while realized that it is literally what i did while just programming for fun. If i didn't know what the fuck to do i just googled but instead of stackoverflow i had to open many random forums and tutorials. Thanks for sharing this and i hope i saw this earlier to just go and ask google how to hack x. It looks really overpowering wehen you read about hacking but its ust coding to break something instead of fixing it
well i think its a bit too late. when lots of my comrade were start study IT in university, i just begin learn it from basic without mentor...
feel a bit sad, any motivation guys so i'm not jealous with them who can study at university.
I'm surprised how similar the form of my path is to yours. I didn't learn the same languages/technologies, but I just hop around and learn absolutely different things. Hope those can help me later on (still in college)!
Become hacker :
1. Choose what hacker ypu want to be -Black Hat Hacker , Gray Hack Hacker, White Hack Hacker ( Check in chrome what mean thoose ... too long )
2. Also watch more then 30 videos about finding ip adresses , tracking them , you can use Grabify Ip Logger also make phishing pages to improove your skills .
3. Download hacking Tools like Nmap , parrot terminal , cain .... many others
4. Contact Cyber Security workers , not difficult also i started by completing cyber secuirity tests and courses .
Questions ? Definetily you have , im lazy to explain but you know what i mean !
Follow steps to start
Step 1: don't follow listen any person how should we start, his situation and his opportunities are different then yours make your own guide
Step 2 : how to make guild.
Don't do anything just start learning you will see your path automatically !
If you follow This much you will definitely get the way ultimately stop wasting time and start learning !
Hacker is a highly qualified specialist in ONLY own field (web,electronics..,malware...).Hacking itself reminds me a medicine activity; each doctor is concentrated on a particular process:neurologist(brain), plastic surgeon(appearance ),common surgeon (for example: appendicitis) pediatrician...there is no person nowdays who's able to hack everything alone...so my advice: choose what u feel passion to and enjoy =)
i got a conclusion :
search scripting tutorials and learn it like a week or two untill you understand it and then go to an other one untill you are enough experienced to make your own program/script/game to gain more exp
it sounds like an firming rpg
Anunciado durante a Gamescom 2017, uma das maiores feiras de videogame do mundo, o remake de Secret of Mana é, desde o início, um projeto pensado para agradar aos fãs de longa data e atrair jogadores novatos com um gameplay mais acessível.
Não se engane: a versão 2018 de Secret of Mana está mais para uma recriação do que uma mera remasterização com pequeno ajustes gráficos. O que temos aqui é um jogo completamente atualizado, com personagens redesenhados que ganharam nova vida graças à estética cartunesca.
Se, por um lado, as mudanças visuais foram projetadas para atrair novatos, por outro, algumas pessoas podem torcer o nariz pela simplicidade da nova abordagem - especialmente no que diz respeito aos cenários e criaturas do mundo.
Os cenários coloridos, por exemplo, ainda que estejam bem representados, trazem pouca variedade e deixam game com cara de “jogo de celular”. Isso fica mais evidente pela estrutura do game, já que muitas áreas estão completamente vazias e monótonas. Nesse quesito, Secret of Mana não tem vantagem em ter o fator nostalgia a seu favor.
O remake utiliza a clássica perspectiva de visão aérea, com a câmera posicionada acima dos personagens. É possível arrastar as bordas da tela manualmente para ter uma visão mais ampla do ambiente, o que é bastante útil para momentos de exploração.
O brilho da era noventista, mas com ressalvas.
Antes de tudo, é importante ressaltar que não há legendas em português, então o melhor a fazer é jogar com textos em inglês. A história continua sendo o ponto mais alto de Secret of Mana e, novamente, coloca o jogador no controle de três adoráveis personagens: Randi, Primm e Popoi - é possível jogar em modo cooperativo local para até três usuários.
O objetivo do grupo é lutar contra um império traidor ao mesmo tempo em que tenta recuperar o poder da Mana para restaurar a paz. O grande problema é que, embora os gráficos estejam atualizados, as animações ficaram presas ao passado. Em vez de despertar o sentimento de nostalgia, a falta de capricho passa a impressão de que o remake foi feito às pressas.
A jogabilidade à la Zelda foi aprimorada e permite desferir ataques de qualquer ângulo. Os inimigos também demonstram mais inteligência, uma vez que agora eles têm a opção de atacar a partir de qualquer ponto do cenário.
Ainda que a movimentação esteja mais fluida, parece haver algum problema técnico relacionado ao impacto dos golpes. Isso porque há momentos em que o personagem simplesmente não acerta o ataque, mesmo posicionado a uma distância razoável do oponente.
Além disso, a interface dos menus ficou bem aquém do esperado, com abas confusas e muito mal posicionadas. Há, no entanto, uma opção de mapear os itens essenciais nos botões do joystick ou teclado, o que facilita muito a organização na hora de combates mais exigentes.
O remake de Secret of Mana mantém a essência da pérola dos RPGs de ação dos anos 90, mas comete muitos deslizes ao tentar mexer em time que está ganhando. Menus engessados, sistema de combate com problemas técnicos e animações presas ao passado impedem o relançamento de ser a experiência definitiva, apesar de que possa valer para quem nunca experimentou o jogo original.