Learn Python and Ethical Hacking From Scratch

what you learned

  • 170+ Videos on Python Programming and Ethical Hacking
  • Install Hacking Lab and necessary software (on Windows, OS X and Linux)
  • Learn 2 Titles - Python Programming and Ethical Hacking
  • Start at 0 to a higher intermediate level
  • Write more than 20 ethical hacking and security programs
  • For example, learn how to write interesting programs
  • Model problems, design solutions and apply them with Python
  • Programming in Python 2 and 3
  • Write cross-platform programs that work on Windows, OSX, and Linux
  • Understanding how computer systems work
  • Get a solid foundation and use the skills learned to write any program, even if it isn't hacking.
  • Understand what hacking is, what programming is and why they are related
  • Create a test lab for secure hacking and programming exercises
  • Contact and use Linux Terminal
  • Understanding what a MAC address is and how to change it
  • Write a Python program to change the Mac address
  • Using Python modules and libraries
  • Understanding Object Oriented Programming
  • Writing object-oriented programs
  • Models and extensible design tools
  • Write a program to find devices connected to the same network
  • Read, analyze and configure network packets
  • Understand and communicate with different network layers like ARP, DNS, HTTP....etc
  • Write a program to redirect the flow of packets in the network (RP Spoiler)
  • Write a package sniffer for filtering interesting data such as usernames and passwords.
  • Writing a program to redirect DNS requests (DNS spoilers)
  • Pause and replace network packets in an instant
  • Write a program to change the downloads requested by each computer on the network
  • Analyze and modify HTTP requests and replies
  • Enter the code in the HTML pages loaded from a computer on the same network
  • Reduce HTTPS to HTTP
  • Writing a program to detect ARP spoofing attacks
  • Write downloads to download the file, run the command, download and run, download and report.....etc
  • Use a socket to send data over TCP
  • Send trusted data over TCP
  • Writing client-server programs
  • Write the backdoor that works on Windows, OS X & Linux
  • Apply lightweight backdoor features such as file system access, file uploads and downloads, and continuity.
  • Write a remote keylogger that can record all keystrokes and send them via email
  • Contact files (read, write and modify) with Python
  • Convert Python programs to binary executives that work on Windows, OSX and Linux
  • Turn malware into a Trojan that works and works in other file types, such as images or PDFs.
  • Passing Antivirus Programs
  • Understand how websites work, what technologies are used, and how to test vulnerabilities.
  • Send requests and analyze responses on websites
  • Write a program that can be found on the Hidden Paths website
  • Write a program that can map a website and find all links, subdomains, files and directories.
  • Take the form from the bricks and send it
  • Run dictionary attacks and determine credibility on login pages
  • HTML analysis with Python
  • Links to websites with Python
  • Write a program that can detect weaknesses in websites


  • Information Technology Basics
  • No information needed about Linux, programming or hacking.
  • A computer with at least 4GB RAM/memory
  • Operating System: Windows / OSX / Linux

He explained

Welcome to my comprehensive course on Python programming and editorial hacking. The course assumes that you do not already know any of these topics and that you will eventually be at the highest level and that you need both skills to write a Python program to hack into computer systems. How do they make a pirate? Not only that, you can use programming skills you can learn to write any program, even if it has nothing to do with hacking.

This course is very practical, but the theory is not ignored. Let's start with the basics of edible hacking and Python programming and install the necessary software. Then we'll start programming. You can learn everything by writing hacking software, for example no boring dry lectures on programming.

The course is divided into several sections, each aimed at achieving a specific goal, usually breaking down a particular system! We will begin to understand how this system works and its weaknesses, after which you will learn how to write a program in Python to take advantage of these threats and hack the system. As we write the program, I'll teach you how to program from start to finish, highlighting one topic at a time. By the end of the course, you'll have some ethical hacking software you wrote yourself (see below), backdoor, journal, certifications, online hacking tools, website hacking tools, the list goes on. You also need to know how computer systems work, how problems are designed, how to solve problem-solving algorithms, and how to implement solutions using Python.

As mentioned in this course you will study ethical hacking and programming, here are some topics covered in this course:

Programming topics:

Writing programs for Python 2 and 3

Use of models and libraries

Variables, types, etc.

Inserted processing of user data.

Read and write files.



data structure

Normal expressions

This causes dehydration.



Object Oriented Programming

Change packages with Skype.

Clear the string filter.

Socket programming

Replace the stars.


To the series

Integrate programs with dual actors.

Send and receive HTTP requests.

Insert HTML

+ More!

Hack theme:

Network Penetration Basics / Penetration Testing

Change the MAC address and bypass filtering.

Grid view

ARP Spoofing - Redirects the flow of packets over the network.

DNS Spoofing - Sends queries from one site to another.

Spy on any network client - see username, password, view URL, etc.

Enter the code on the pages downloaded by the computer connected to the same network.

Convert files instantly when you download them from a computer to a network.

Detect ARP scuffing attacks.

HTTPS bypass.

Create malware for Windows, OSX and Linux operating systems.

Create a Trojan Horse for Windows, OS X and Linux

Custom backups are disabled with Windows, OSX, and Linux.

Ignore antivirus software

Use fake logins to steal your credentials immediately.

Show fake updates

Use your own keychain to spy on everything in Windows and Linux.

Learn the basics of site penetration / penetration testing.

Search for subdomains.

Find hidden files and folders on the site.

Determine the reliability of dictionary attacks.

Discover and exploit weaknesses in XSS.

Discover the vulnerabilities of the website with your scanner.

Programs you create in this course:

You know all of the above by implementing the following hacking tools:

mac_changer - Converts the required MAC address.

network_scanner - Scans the network and finds IP and MAC addresses of all connected clients.

arp_spoofer - RP spoofing attacks to redirect the flow of packets over the network so we can block the data.

packet_sniffer - Filters the data and returns the username, password, links visited, etc.

dns_spoofer - DNS forwarding queries, for example: migrates queries from one domain to another.

file_interceptor - Replaces broken files in any file we want.

code_injector - Inserts code into broken HTML pages.

arppoof_detector - Detects ARP phishing attacks.

Download - Follow the system commands on the computer.

Here is the download links


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