Practical Offensive Security With Python
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Welcome to this course where you’ll learn how to build a decentralized malware bot with Python that targets Windows operating systems. Python is de–facto language used by ethical hackers and learning it for you professional career can boost your chances of employment as a cyber security professional.
This course is an entry point for offensive penetration testers and won’t dive deep into any of the topics, but covers a lot of basics. This intentional lack of depth makes novice penetration testers explore this course as an inspiration, a way of thought. Contents of this course are needed for completing security certifications and can be specially of importance if you want to start learning about malware analysis and reverse engineering. This is a technical course but the emphasis is on problem solving.
This course can also be useful for system administrators and those of you who prefer a defensive approach in penetration testing, as you can see how systems can get infected, how and where malware can hide itself, what parts of Windows are affected by the infection, how important it is to patch and update the operating system, how simple user interaction may trigger a malware infection, and how not blacklisting unnecessary local and web services can lead to potentially catastrophic consequences for your organization.
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Walter Gray –
It seems wonderful. It covers a lot of topics and very elaborated. Thanks for this course.
Luis do O –
Terrible sound. Also had a hard time understanding the instructor.
Jackson Hue –
Highly practical, useful and detailed. A perfect course to learn how Python plays its role in Cyber security. Highly recommended.
Peter Param –
sounds relevant to my training requirements
The voice quality is a little bit unclear but the course is interesting
lvaro Cuesta Marcos –
El acento indio del profesor hace bastante dificil seguirlo con claridad para alguien quel el ingl s no es su lengua materna
Norberto Eleut rio –
Sound is really bad. the contect is not bad, but the decimination option was really disappointing… USB flash drive ??? really????
Yiannis Vs –
I have started watching the course but I find it very difficult to follow due to the sound quality. I am sure it has nothing to do with the instructors pronunciation as I have had courses from non native speakers before on Udemy and never had an issue following. The instructors has no energy guiding you through and seems to be talking inside his mouth, when you combine this with the terrible sound quality it makes this course very difficult to follow.
Nigel Wade –
The course had some great information in it and was very well explained. The audio and strong accent made it a bit difficult at times to understand, so I used subtitles in most lessons.