The first three courses of Learning

Hello, everybody! It’s me, Sarah.

Thank you so much for using Learning. I feel like this platform is finally growing, there was two pull requests in its official GitHub repository, I posted this website in three different subreddits and each of them has more than 100 upvotes (all together are more than 1k), there are a lot of visits to the code and a lot of cloners and visitors. Thank you!

So far Learning has only two courses:

  • The basics of penetration testing
  • Create your own malware using C

Today I’m starting another one called: “C For Beginners”, which is basically about… C.. For beginners.

There are a lot of other courses in my To-Do list, which are:

  • Creating botnets in Python
  • Social engineering (about computers, for example, sending payloads, etcetera)
  • Social engineering (about people, for example, manipulation)
  • Creating Rootkits
  • Website hacking
  • Cracking passwords with JohnTheRipper
  • Metasploit
  • NMap
  • Anonymity

And many other programming languages. Those are a lot of courses, a lot of lessons and a lot of words, pages, lines of code and many other stuff. I probably won’t publish them all until the finish of this year, probably in 365 days there is a bit more than the half of them. But anyways, I’ll create them all.

If you want to contribute to Learning and create your own course, modify a lesson or even simply writing a blog entry, you can clone its source code and follow the Contribution Guide guidelines.

Note that Learning is not just about hacking or programming, it’s a learn-everything website, are you good at chess? Write a chess course, Are you good at Video editing? Write a video editing course, Are you a good actor? Write an acting course, there are no limits (as long as it is quality content). You can also contribute by performing donations and spreading the word. In any case, I will be so pleased!.

Sarah

Hi! I am Sarah, I am a programmer and grey hat hacktivist, I support and work under the free software philosophy. I like to learn things and help others to increase their knowledge, I am not either a teacher or a professional, I simply like the knowledge and want to spread it.

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