Learn Python & Ethical Hacking From Scratch

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r/AskNetsec • comment
3 points • ursrsly

Go to: https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-python-and-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/

It's $16 right now. You'll build several different apps in python and the instructor explains the pieces. It'll get you thinking about how to use it in other ways.

r/dot • comment
2 points • 3nraged

Most likely. My biggest issues is translating from an issue to a solution. Were talking, creating a function. Which i can do...but when it comes to making the code actually DO something....i draw a blank.

Ive been through Automate The Boring Stuff with Python, the book and videos that go with the book and Zaids Python Hacking course.


Tried to do Googles Course and didnt even finish it....very difficult to understand and find a solution to their questions.

r/HowToHack • comment
2 points • Missing_Space_Cadet

Black Hat Python 2nd edition

ISBN-13: 978-1718501126 ISBN-10: 1718501129


Violent Python

ISBN-13: 978-1597499576 ISBN-10: 9781597499576

Google is your friend…

r/HowToHack • comment
1 points • ltdiadams

The best course I've taken by far is: "Learn Python & Ethical Hacking From Scratch" taught by Zaid Sabih on Udemy if you're new to the whole thing! Here's the link: https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-python-and-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/

r/HowToHack • comment
1 points • steamtrainboi


r/Pentesting • comment
1 points • darkalimdor18

Udemy learn ethical hacking with python by z security


r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • LazyProgrammer08

So this isn't a book, but there is a udemy course that covers both Python and Kali Linux. Here's the link https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-python-and-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/

They're having a black Friday special on all their courses as well so this is a real bargain.

r/cybersecurity • comment
1 points • sicKurity


r/learnpython • comment
1 points • Deathrus

Not sure what your intentions or goals are but if it includes weaponizing Python for ethical hacking or any security, this course is amazing for beginners and you walk away with really cool programs that you can add to your portfolio. It's on special right now. Learn Python and Ethical Hacking

r/ethicalhacking • comment
1 points • befuddled_astronomer

If you want to learn ethical hacking, I'd really recommend Zaid Sahibh's courses on Udemy. I swear I'm not a promoter, he's just so good. There are a variety of courses that you can do. Depending on the time you have, and the interest. Even I wanted to learn ethical hacking but didn't know where to start until I saw his courses. In one of his courses(I'm doing it!!!), also the longest one, he teaches you how to make hacking tools using Python, which is great...

They're also very cheap...


And if you want to do jobs after your course, why not. You can always go for Penetration testing as a freelancer. It'll just take a little experience to start getting jobs.


And as far as age is concerned, I'm 13!!!

Here's a link to the course on Udemy-

r/ITCareerQuestions • comment
1 points • Khrimz000

>While i posted that link for that class. Automate the boring stuff also has a class and its a very easy read for sure. I also have the book.

r/Python • comment
1 points • ElimGarak007

If you're learning code to just learn to code a language like Python, you may want to combine it with a skill that Python is good for using and there is a deal on this course at the moment. You are able to learn Python with applied principles. You will also be able to do some things with computer systems so you will have a grasp of what you're trying to do with the language.

r/learnpython • comment
1 points • P0lluxAndCast0r

Not sure of your current Python or Network level, but there :

Pakt has several network oriented Python books. They can be found in a bundle on fanatical : https://www.fanatical.com/en/bundle/python-bundle

Also I have registered for this course on Udemy, which teaches Ethical hacking with python (also network oriented) : https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-python-and-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/

r/oscp • comment
1 points • F0xxenz

Honestly...maybe...but im so concerned about passing the OSCP that i dont want to dive into anything else too deep just yet.


The UDEMY courses i did take were these two and thats it :

Learn Python & Ethical Hacking From Scratch:



And Automate the Boring Stuff With Python.

Did the book and the Udemy course.

This is most certainly not to say that I wont look into Nim, but the OSCP seems like a massive mountain of a challenge beyond any other cert ive ever gotten before.

r/hacking • comment
1 points • PaleMaleAndStale

Haven't tried it but one of my favourite trainers on Udemy has a similar one:



I haven't done that course myself yet, though I intend to. I have done several of his other courses though and really like his style. He is engaging, knowledgeable and structures his courses around lots of hands-on, practical work.


I'm not associated with him in any way other than as a satisfied customer.

r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • dchess

If your background is webdev then obey the testing goat is a good option as well. But none of these books will help with netsec. For that you're better off with something like Learning Pen Testing

r/HowToHack • comment
9 points • DoubleAgent10

Start off with python. I recommend codecademy just to get your feet wet. It doesn't dive into the theory that much, just play around with the python 2 course, no need to pay yet.

After that look around for some courses that interest you. There's a free youtube series called python for everybody that does a much better job explaining what is actually happening when using python and how to setup a developer environment.

There is also courses on udemy (wait for sales to happen) that are pretty good. Z security is a good starter and has a course that teaches python while teaching to write malware and other programs (https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-python-and-ethical-hacking-from-scratch/)

Once your bored of python I recommend learning linux commands and then bash scripting. Try Hack Me has some great starter resources. If you have a student email you get a discount for the membership too if you want the paid stuff https://tryhackme.com/ . Play around with the different subjects to find out what you like. Networking, web app, malware, ect.

If you like web app, learn html and make a bare bones website, download burpsuite and mess with portswigger academy https://portswigger.net/web-security. If you like networking try to complete boxes on hack the box https://www.hackthebox.eu/ . If you like programming and learning about malware then learn assembly language and reverse engineering https://www.amazon.com/Practical-Malware-Analysis-Hands-Dissecting/dp/1593272901 and youtube channel liveoverflow

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/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • chris1666

I know claim academy has a cybersec course, and I think part of that is focusing on the sec+ certification. Also you might want to look into ethical hacking,



r/Hacking_Tutorials • comment
1 points • tendaigomo

I agree, I did a few python ones on Udemy:

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/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.

r/Hacking_Tutorials • comment
1 points • stantz16

Well since we are under Hacking Tutorials, you should definitely take a look at

(You can easily find the ebooks for free ifyouknowwhatimean)
But I am more of a hard copy guy. Whatever suits you best.

Are you a visual learner?


Happy Studying the art of Hacking my Friend. 🤟👨‍💻