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Should i regularly post hacking tutorials

I wanna teach guys that are entering IT security bout pentesting(hacking) and network forensics and I don't wanna waste my time if people don't read so I wanna ask before I start if I should post hacking tutorials periodically also follow me for a deeper knowledge on hacking -Stormz_the_hacker

3/6/2018 3:57:30 PM

@Stormz_The_Hacker.

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We would encourage you to post your thing in the designated thread instead of creating one thread for each. https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/563537/?ref=app

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This doesn't seem like something a person who knows "deeper knowledge of hacking" would post: https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1110940/?ref=app Hackers at least know how to go through the simple installation of Kali Linux, you couldn't; so you went to light. I am a Penetration Tester, and it honestly really bugs me when someone advertises that they are an 3L1TE H4CK3R in their name. It is stupid, really stupid. I have doubts about what you say you are, but that's just me.

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@Jonathan... You trip me up and I thoroughly enjoy your responses. @Stormz... It's great you want to share what you know about "hacking". However, posting a question to gauge the level of interest is silly. People really don't know what specifically will be presented or the quality of the material. My advice is to just do it. It will probably be better to present your material in code playground so you can offer greater flexibility with formatting and starting different discussion threads. Also, your posts will get lost over time in Q&A. You should be prepared to know there is always the risk that people aren't going to connect with your material. If you are truly concerned about wasting your time in this community, aim for a more targeted audience with a dedicated website. At least then you can build a micro community of people interested in your content.

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I agree with @David Carroll here, just go ahead, show the world what true *ethical hacking* (not cracking) really is, by showing *up to date solid proof working examples* tutorials and how-tos, backed with strongly *valid materials and white papers* to support the examples (no hoax). Nothing should cover *outdated or fixed/patched* security issues (or exploits), and of course, it's *extremely* critical to have *crystal clear* explanations of how everything works, not the standard way of "just download *this* and then do *that*" kind of stuff. And just like codes, I do not think people expect nor enjoy to see a mildly modified copies taken from the net to be claimed a personal work or craft, it applies for the samples, and supporting materials as well. Start with penetration detection first, I think it's crucial, looking forward...and backward..

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@Gokul... The referenced quote about "hypocrisy" implies that people using "tools developed by others" are "script kiddies". Jonathan was only trying to clarify that such tools are also used by professionals, not just "script kiddies". Therefore, it's not actually hypocritical for Stormz to claim not to be a "script kiddie and at the same time uses tools developed by others." I hope that helps with the confusion. Ultimately, I think you guys agree on everything. 😉

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Jonathan... How did you end up working as a pent tester? Did you start out in sys ops, QA, or development before switching to this specialized field or did you start off here from the beginning?

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This is ridiculous... 😂 You made this post to "regularly post hacking tutorials," and then you say you are busy. What was the point? You then refer to simple "tutorial apps" like Hacking Tutorials 2.0. I'm sorry if i'm being really critical, but no offense, you seem like a MASSIVE script kiddie to me; based off of my experience.

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Well here is my advice. Dont tell the community what You can do instead show it. Go for the tutorials you wanna give. But i wonder how you are gonna do? posting like questions? You will get many dislikes. Or the best way is to use code playground and design a blog. But how are you going to do when u are not free?? And u claim not to be a script kiddie and at the same time uses the tools developed by others (hypocrisy? ).

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I am still a student in CS, but I have my certifications for OSWP, CEH, and MTA:N1. I rely on my certifications as proof of my expertise, since I do not fully have my aspired degree as of yet, but I got my first CEH a few years ago, and got my OSWP a little while ago. I was planning on switching to InfoSec, and CySec in my early years, but I felt my certs and a CS degree would be enough. I still believe this. 😂 I have always been on and off with Security, but in the last few months I have been deeply investing in it. I am going to get my LPT once I get my MS.

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Tell me what is wrong with your disk, what is the issue when installing?

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well it gave me installation error the following installation process failed: install the system I don't know why that happened usually it would just finish that then go to installing grub bootloader

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by busy I mean study for exams

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Give me specifcs. I could probably help you troubleshoot, i've seen pretty much every error. Start to end, all details. Where does the error occur, everything beforehand and so on.

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That's why. Firstly, slow format your USB, then use Universal USB Installer and switch to FAT32. New Technology File System (NTFS) was used back in old Windows Versions, such as NT and is now deprecated. It does not work with Linux, but FAT32 does.

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Try USB, yes.

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Universal USB Installer is a Windows Application. You can use the dd command on Linux to make a new bootable disk on your USB.

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@Gokul Nagarajan, yes he uses tools created by others, but I must include the fact that professional penetration testers also use tools created and licensed by others, however they may create their own tools for special occasions once in a blue moon. Script Kiddies use tools created by others for one malicious purpose, and don't bother making their own tool(s).

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Thanks for the further clarification, @David Carroll. I simply find it annoying when people automatically assume people who use other people's tools are script kddies. I use tools not made by me for my penetration testing, and also create my own scripts sometimes; but I am considered a script kidddie by some for using others tools, even though I have my certifications to prove I am otherwise? I don't understand it, but it's annoying nevertheless.

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well it gave me installation error the following installation process failed: install the system I don't know why that happened usually it would just finish that then go to installing grub bootloader

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Hmmm... what are you using for your format method of your USB? NTFS, FAT, FAT32?