HOW TO WRITE YOUR OWN HACKING PROGRAMS WITH PYTHON
Do you want to take your career in cybersecurity to the next level? Do you want to secure your website or mobile app? How about launching a new career in the world of professional penetration testing? If so, this is the course for you.
This course is designed for individuals who want to take their hacking / penetration testing skills to the next level. However, you won’t just finish the course as a more qualified ethical hacker, you’ll also learn valuable Python programming skills you can use anywhere!
The great news is that you don’t need prior knowledge of Python or ethical hacking – I assume you’re starting from scratch. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to combine the skills you’ve learned to hack into computer systems exactly like black hat hackers do.
The difference is, you’ll be doing it for the good of your company or clients. Plus, you’ll benefit from the recognition that comes with being skilled in this high-demand field.
Learn sought-after Python programming skills
Discover ethical hacking tools and techniques
Create your own ethical hacking programs
Learn key IT skills
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Set the pace of your own study
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This course is highly practical but it won’t neglect the theory. We cover the basics of ethical hacking and Python programming at the same time, including installing the software required. Then, we dive in and start programming!
From here, you’ll learn everything by example, including writing useful hacking programs. No dry and boring programming lectures!
The course is divided into sections, each designed to achieve a specific goal. Usually, this is to hack into a particular system, so we learn how the targeted system works, including its weaknesses. You’ll then learn how to write a Python program to exploit these weaknesses and hack the system.
You learn Python programming from scratch, one topic at a time. By the end of the course you’ll have a number of ethical hacking programs you’ve written yourself. This includes backdoors, keyloggers, credential harvesters, network hacking tools and website hacking tools.
That’s not all – you’ll also emerge with a deep understanding on how computer systems work, how to model problems, design algorithms to solve problems and implement the solution using Python.
Basic Information Technology knowledge
No Linux, programming or hacking knowledge
Computer with a minimum of 4GB RAM/Memory
Operating System: Windows / OS X / Linux
- Lectures 79
- Quizzes 5
- Duration 20 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
- Course Introduction
- Introduction to Python Programming & Ethical Hacking
- Lab Overview
- Initial Preparation
- Installing Kali Linux as a VM on Windows
- Installing Kali Linux as a VM on Apple Mac OS
- Installing Kali Linux as a VM on M1 Apple Computers
- Installing Kali Linux as a VM on Linux
- Basic Overview of Kali Linux
- The Terminal & Linux Commands
- Python 2 VS Python 3 & Writing Our First Program
- Installing & Using a Python IDE
WRITING A MAC ADDRESS CHANGER - PYTHON BASICS
- What is MAC Address & How To Change it
- Using Python Modules & Executing System Commands
- Implementing a Very Basic MAC Changer
- Variables & Strings
- Using Variables in MAC Changer
- Getting Input From The User
- Handling User Input
- Handling Command-line Arguments
- Initialising Variables Based on Command-line Arguments
- Python Functions
- Returning Values From Functions
- Decision Making in Python
- Using Conditional Statements in MAC Changer
- Lesson 28
- Quiz 2
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