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Ethical Hacking (White hackers)

Ethical Hacking, Computer Security and 1337 programming skillz, the so called white hackers, low level programming, sniffers, buffer overflow, cryptography,DoS, linux security, etc.

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      • unk commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Indeed. Hacking, in terms of the old school meaning, It's 1337, that is: taking something to the next level.
        In this sense, Computer Hacking means having the utmost knowlegde of computing, being a programmer is a must, not a plus, skills can be developed, but only the bests will make it in this field.
        I agree, that it may look impossible, but you know what ?
        One of the main strenghts of a hacker is, he dares to do the impossible ...

      • julian commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        "We waiting for 1337 programmers",What is the meaning?Do you think it is possible to attract 1337 students to enroll this course,I donot think p2pu.com is so popular!

      • unk commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        We waiting for 1337 programmers, It'll take time, just as I expected. But I'll keep waiting, actually, I suggest to make a team to leader the course in different topics, and levels. I'm willing to take on some topics once we get a full team.

      • julian commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I concern on most comments are 4 months ago,is it possible to be reality?
        I think a lot of people would be interested in this topic,so what we wait for?

      • Maverick Wolfe commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Ok I am all for this I'd join this course just to pick up where I left off many years ago when I stopped and just decided to go with protective security such as a protective layer denial of service situation using simple ping to knock an attacker offline or knock the server they are hitting you from offline.

      • JBlackwell1989 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I would be interested in learning this. My question would have to be, what kind of knowledge would you need as a prerequisite.

      • Jessica Ledbetter commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        How to test our web application security would be great. I guess we'd have to start with what all the usual suspects are, tools/methods of testing, and how to fix the vulnerabilities found. A lot of things can be language agnostic.

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