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Linux Unhatched Cisco Course Review and Notes

Learning Linux? Well, Linux Unhatched from CISCO Net Academy is a great place to start. Depending on your experience, this short course could take you a few days or over a week. It’s free, well

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Python Basic Project Idea – Is It Raining?

Learning python? It’s an incredible programming language to have in your tool belt. This project is inspired by an early example from Automate The Boring Stuff with Python. 1 Flow Control This python project is

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Mini Linux Lessons

Welcome to my Mini Linux Lessons post! (updated randomly) While learning Linux you’ll learn a lot! So I’m making an unordered list of mini Linux lessons I’ve learnt while following videos, courses or other content.

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Learning Path For Beginner Hackers

Want to learn how to hack? Of course, you do! It’s a bit more involved than a single course or book. It’s a ‘whole life’ thing. Professional hacking takes a lifetime to master and professionals

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Hackers Beginner Guide To Online Anonymity

How do we start using our mad hacker skills in the real world AND remain undetected? We need to set ourselves up to be anonymous! No, we’re not joining a hacktivist group here. Let’s learn

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Bandit Level 5 → Level 10

Welcome to another instalment of the Bandit CTF series! This is the best way to learn Linux, BASH, terminals, commands and everything in between! Go to Bandit Level 0 → Level 4 if you need

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Beginner Python Project – Guessing Game

You want an beginner Python project to keep you on your programming journey? Here’s a breakdown of a simple Guessing Game made in Python. See it live via Replit or view the source code via

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Kali Linux WSL WITHOUT Microsoft Store

Before you start, make sure your Windows 10 OS is up to date as version 1903 or higher can run this. To check the version, click Windows Start Button and type System Information, next to

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