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Top 13 Best Skillshare Classes for Development in 2018

Top 13 Best Skillshare Classes for Development in 2018

Ethical Hacking, Mobile App Development, Software Development, Web Development
Skillshare is a goto resource for developers for popular online video classes on everything mobile app development, web development, software development and network security. On this platform you'll find hundreds of bestselling Skillshare classes for development that will transform you from a complete newbie to a professional application developer and ethical hacker in just a matter of weeks. Some development courses on Skillshare are free but if you sign up for a premium plan, which costs around $10/month, you'll get access to over 18,000+ courses to choose from. Premium also gets you offline access and no ads. But with this huge pool of Skillshare classes how do you know the right classes to get your mobile, web or software development career started? A bunch of very ta...
9 Skills That Will Get You a Junior Penetration Tester Job

9 Skills That Will Get You a Junior Penetration Tester Job

Blog, Ethical Hacking
A Penetration Tester (a.k.a. Ethical Hacker) probes for and exploits security vulnerabilities in web-based applications, networks and systems. In other words, you get paid to legally hack. In this “cool kid” job, you will use a series of penetration tools – some predetermined, some that you design yourself – to simulate real-life cyber attacks. Your ultimate aim is to help an organization improve its security. Ethical hacking is a mix of sexiness and boring bits. Unlike real-life hackers, you may only have days to compromise systems. What’s more, you will be expected to document and explain your methods and findings. Penetration testing has been called one of the most frustrating jobs in the infosec field. In this post I will highlight some of the 10 basic skills that e...
The Truth About Inside the Deep & Dark Web

The Truth About Inside the Deep & Dark Web

Blog, Ethical Hacking
The Dark Web is supposed to be the Internet's seedy back alley. But the real Dark Web is a lot more complicated than that. From TOR to the Silk Road and beyond, we investigate. If our popular culture is to be believed, most people assume there's a place online where the worst of the headlines you read about drugs, money laundering, murder for hire, and vast child pornography rings are born.It's called many things, though "Dark Web" is the most dramatic. Although it's true that this Dark Web exists, it's much larger and more diverse than merely these illegal activities. What's more, the same technology that makes it possible for such marketplaces to operate in secret is also protecting political dissidents overseas and hiding everyday Internet traffic from surveillance. It may ...
How to Browser the Internet Anonymously Using the Tor Browser

How to Browser the Internet Anonymously Using the Tor Browser

Blog, Ethical Hacking
Need to hire an assassin, buy some contraband, view illegal porn, or just bypass government, corporate, or identity thief snooping? Tor is your answer. Tor, which stands for "The Onion Router" is not a product, but a protocol that lets you hide your Web browsing as though it were obscured by the many layers of an onion. The most common way to view the so-called Dark Web that comprises Tor sites is by using the Tor Browser, a modded version of Mozilla Firefox. Using this Web browser also hides your location, IP address, and other identifying data from regular websites. Accessing Tor has long been beyond the ability of the average user. Tor Browser manages to simplify the process of protecting your identity online—but at the price of performance. What Is Tor? If you're...
How to Enable and Delete Cookies on Your Browser

How to Enable and Delete Cookies on Your Browser

Blog, Ethical Hacking
Take control of a tiny bit of your online privacy by blocking, deleting, and allowing only select cookies. Cookies—what could be wrong with such deliciousness?Well, even a certain monster on Sesame Street is less into gluten these days. Maybe that's because his beloved snack food had its name co-opted back in the 1990s by the little data files that websites use to improve your experience (and track your activity).Cookies get stored on your computer when you're using a Web browser. The cookie gets read by the server on the other end of the connection. Most of the time, cookies are a good thing—without authentication cookies, you'd constantly be entering usernames and passwords as you surf websites, over and over, on every page. Cookies are what make it possible for online shopp...