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red swarm: leftist hacktivism Comrade 07/05/2020 (Sun) 04:29:45 No. 3109
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tankie larping without any connection to reality
>>3111 >tankie most hacktivism is actually anarchist, anon
>>3116 RedHack?
>>3117 exception. go look at lainchan or w/e its all anarcho transhumanists
CEH v10 full course https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DQtZo3RAO0 Practical hacking course https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Kq1MIfTWCE Pastebin hackback guides https://www.exploit-db.com/papers/41913 <-- A DIY Guide for those without the patience to wait for whistleblowers https://www.exploit-db.com/papers/41915 <-- hackback A DIY Guide https://www.exploit-db.com/papers/47682 <-- A DIY guide to rob banks Training grounds for first timers https://pentesterlab.com/bootcamp <-- web hacking and training guide https://tryhackme.com <-- beginner hacking courses alot free some paid, alot of handholding https://www.hackthebox.eu/ <-- have to hack your way in ( you can google a walkthough, boxes ranging from easy to hard 10 free boxes a week all retired boxes and networks are pay to hack https://www.vulnhub.com/ <-- all free download a vm to put in personal lab If you want any more resources or idea's let me know, I'll post more.
>>3119 good post.
>>3119 very good post.
Has anyone done anything worked on any projects to get better?
>>3118 Can confirm. A lot more hacktivists (or at least skiddies) are more post-left illegalism types than MLs. But then, that's a gross generalization too, I'm sure there's a few great tankie haxxors.
>>3119 I can't even code with Python, is there even a point me trying to learn this stuff for counter-awareness (as in, I can't do it per se, but can recognise when it's being done to me and/or take precautions against)?
>>3213 sure.
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>>3213 No. There's nothing useful to learn from the details of these attacks unless you are actually a programmer writing code (or the wannabe attacker). If you are an "average" user you should instead 1) install GNU/Linux and never touch Windows ever again, 2) install Firefox and never browse the web without an ad-blocker ever again, 3) keep your software up-to-date, 4) separate your online identities (don't reuse passwords, etc.) 5) learn how to recognize phishing, 6) don't visit shady websites and download random shit. If you are more of a sysadmin, you can start looking into "hardening" GNU/Linux and proper network administration. Even then I don't think knowing the attacks themselves is much help in defending against them. Of course if you are just interested in it, go on and learn it.
>>3215 >sure. >>3216 >No. fuck.
>>3220 If you want to learn it, just learn it. You don't have to justify it.
>>3213 You don't need to be a expert coder, im sure not. that being said the pratical hacking course assumes just basic computer usage and is a good beginner guide. If I had to pick between being a good sysadmin, or a good programmer. The sysadmin is a better background. Knowing how to build systems and how they work together is more important. especially how windows servers works, 90% of corporate systems are windows. >>3216 I disagree far from it, knowing how attackers attack is essential for understanding how to harden, and knowing how to defend is important on how to attack and bypass security systems. Fundamentally computer security ( or anything really) the most important part is getting started any bit of studying is better than none.
>>3358 It doesn't really, knowing how to do a ROP attack in no way helps you in turning on ASLR. For a regular user there's very little to gain from understanding the technical details of these attacks.
>>3360 for a regular user the nitty gritty isn't that important, but knowing how it works you can put settings on your system, my post was more trying to encourage >>3213 to start trying and start learning.
Has anyone practice in their personal lab yet?
>>3109 Did whomever made that pdf do it in Hawaii? >>3954 Been getting back into it yes
>>4732 Nice, I've been trying to get back into it for awhile. Anything in specifically or general pentesting.
>>4739 Been going back and trying to learn sql injection by hand, I know there's sqlmap just would like to know how to do it rather than just spamming a database. what have you been doing?
>>4742 playing with macro malware and av bypassing.


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