Learn Ethical Hacking From Scratch

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Become an ethical hacker that can hack computer systems like black hat hackers and secure them like security experts

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r/HowToHack • post
6 points • jaybrdy
Best online courses for CS majors

I'm a recent computer science bachelor graduate. I know about web systems, servers, operating systems, and a bit of network. I've also taken cs theory courses that have talked a lot about cryptography. Unfortunately, I never had time to take the security class, and I wanted to study that on my own and I came here to look for recommendations.

I want the course to be hands on and fun. It would also be ideal if there could be some forum or people I can reach out to during the class. I found this class on udemy and it looks pretty good and in my price range https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/. If you think this class is good or have others let me know!

r/hacking • comment
2 points • bill_nye_russian_guy


r/ps4homebrew • comment
6 points • IrishMassacre3

Well the link I provided goes to dayzerosec which is made in part by Specter who you may know from the ps4 scene. They have a bunch of content on their youtube channel and website for varying skill levels. They also do a weekly podcast on twitch talking about the latest bugs and developments.

There is also the liveoverflow youtube channel that has a large amount of content on the subject.

Then there are just books and courses. Humble bundle will sometimes offer bundles of books for security research/hacking in pdf format for pretty cheap. This is how I got most of the books I own. For courses udemy and skillshare have plenty of online classes on hacking. This is one I have personally done.

Good search terms would be "ethical hacking" or "penetration testing" or "reverse engineering". Instead of just "how to hack" or "how to make an exploit" most of the time you will just get clickbait articles about like how evil hackers are or some scam fake exploit.

r/HowToHack • comment
1 points • sicKurity


They released their end of the year sale.. It's 10$ now..

r/Kalilinux • comment
1 points • AceAzzay

Have. Pm me if you need.


r/HowToHack • comment
1 points • 438733

Is this - https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/ - the same course just without learning python? Only asking because this course is price higher.

r/hacking • comment
1 points • AUserName01

Thanks. Did you ever check out Zaid’s course?


I read it’s great but some comments said not updated. Are Heath’s up to date?

r/hacking • comment
1 points • KDburnernocap


r/Hacking_Tutorials • comment
1 points • LordeVarys

Trying to decided between this course and one I saw on udemy thoughts?

r/AskNetsec • comment
1 points • lifeinhorizon

I am planning to purchase this course in Udemy, is this a good start or there are the same courses on Youtube? https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/

r/IWantToLearn • comment
1 points • lukecullum

https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/ This is a very good course if you want to start learning hacking you will need a computer/laptop and a WiFi adapter if you want to do the network hacking. They are short videos easy to follow and it’s real fun

r/hacking • comment
1 points • occasionalcoffee

People may have different views on the best way to start learning, but here is a really good introductory course on ethical hacking. It goes into setting up a virtual environment etc. I think the course only costs like $17 bucks right now. It's self paced. It's over 130 videos, most between 5-10 minutes long. IMO, it's worth the money, but you can probably find the same stuff on youtube or wherever.

r/teenagers • post
4 points • NotVector
I need $11 to buy an online course that my parents won't buy because they think it's useless.


I've always wanted to pursue in a computer science & cyber security path for my career. However, my school neither provides computer science nor anything related to technology. Thus, I can't pursue this unless I learn on my own and show my passion.

I am almost finished with learning computer science from EDX. However, cyber security lessons are not easy to find and the best ones (that make sense) are expensive (\~$50). I found a great one that seems to cover from the beginning. It is only $11, but my parents don't understand that this is necessary. Seriously?

Sure, any average teenager would be able to fund that. However, I do not get an allowance. I also do not have a credit card. My parents are highly economical and they monitor every dollar I spend. I have a paypal account because it is free to create and it is the only way for me to purchase these lessons.

If you guys have extra dollars or even pennies in your paypal account, please help me out.

Paypal Link: paypal.me/notvector

The Course: https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/



r/cybersecurity • comment
1 points • alishalovesbagels

I highly recommend the "Learning Ethical Hacking From Scratch Training Course" on Udemy (https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/). I believe it's currently on sale right now for $13.99.

r/relationship_advice • comment
1 points • ElimGarak007

If you want to understand how easy how she or someone else can do it. You can buy this cheap course. Again, I always assume that this is something that most people know how to do. I guess not, but it's not that much work as this course is designed for the average person.

r/hacking • comment
1 points • dphilp2014

This one: https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/

Anything from Zaid Sabih. Great teacher, all of his courses are amazing. He constantly updates them with up-to-the-minute infosec stuff. He answers student questions and makes himself available to his students. Top notch instructor.

r/Hacking_Tutorials • comment
1 points • GreenJZ

What I started out on was getting to know basic coding on python so I could better understand how it works and understand how programming works, so I could be ready for actual hacking. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2vm-0XX5RkWCXWwtBZGOXg this channel is great for beginners and explains everything well with tutorials. Start of with the video about how to code pong then move onto how to code snake. After doing that you will have a better understanding of coding and you’ll be able to move onto this course https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/ .

r/Kalilinux • comment
1 points • Vedant-Bhalgama

I think you should get a course on Udemy as it course rates are cheap right now, You should take this course which includes Learning Ethical Hacking from Scratch and will clear your all doubts!


For the Programming Language, You should learn Python as it is the most favorable for Making your Malware. The course for the same can be found here


r/pentesters • comment
1 points • Helltothena

I would start off by taking an online course. I highly recommend these ones: https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-python-and-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/ https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/ https://www.udemy.com/course/wifi-hacking-penetration-testing-from-scratch/ https://www.udemy.com/course/network-hacking-continued-intermediate-to-advanced/ Wait until there is an flash sale. They should run about 11.99 each.

Now for books. https://www.itworld.com/article/2813444/book review---hacking--the-art-of-exploitation--2nd-edition.html

r/HowToHack • comment
1 points • thomca02

I’m brand new to all of this, especially pen testing and ethical hacking. I believe SOME of these course will help you out with starting and learning what Linux is all about and Kali Linux, as well. I included everything I’m doing to become a self-taught pen tester, but if you just want stuff for Kali Linux and Linux in general, just go to my number 4. Obviously this isn’t everything that I’ll be doing to become a pen tester, but it’s my starting point.

I am taking several courses like I would at a typical college:

1) Network+ to get a foundation with networking (I will try to get certified, as well.)


2) Security+ to get a foundation with network and other types of security (Certification, as well)


3) Basic coding and knowing the foundations of how web applications, software, etc. work in the background. I chose python as my OOP:




4) Learning Linux and Kali Linux with Ethical Hacking skills:




r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • ssadman000

You can try to learn Python backend web development with Flask or Django. Backend development is where you take care of connecting the application to the database, working with APIs, managing users, and integrating the frontend to work with the backend. You can learn Javascript if you want to develop the frontend of web applications which is the interface that users see. For that, you should learn Html/css/javascript for the basics and then learn javascript frameworks such as React or Angular.

Since you wanted to get into security, its really broad. If you wanted to do web application security, you need to know web development first. If you want to do penetration testing("hacking"), then Python is good for scripting and you should learn UNIX as well. Kali Linux is used for cybersecurity but you can check out Ubuntu Linux which is more beginner-friendly.

Checkout these Udemy courses for cybersecurity:

https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/ (Best option)

https://www.udemy.com/course/practical-ethical-hacking/ (Personally using this one)


r/cybersecurity • comment
2 points • Sergiospimoni

Oh for sure, prepare for a long ass list:

- Kali Linux for Noobs

- Anonymity and Security

- Web Hacking and Pen Testing

- Ethical Hacking for Noobs

- Python and Ethical Hacking for Noobs

The last four are from the same guy, all of his courses are cool here they are.

I am now working on these two:

- Security+

- Network+

I've also done a few web dev courses (all from this guy) and some other stuff like Wireshark and GitHub that aren't specifically security related but are good to know.

I hope this is useful!

Edit - The Network+ and Security+ need companions, these alone won't cut it but I have the books form this company for both certs to work through too. Not yet looked at test exams though.