3. Python for Hackers – Victim Machine

October 27, 2016 | Views: 7405

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What’s inside: In this video, we are going to configure the victim’s machine by installing Windows 7 and then installing python in it.

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This lesson offers instructions in how to configure a victim machine using Python. Participants receive step by step instructions in the following:

  • Installing Windows 7 x32
  • Installing Python 2.7.9
  • Hello World Program
  • Setting up Path
  • Network Config

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3 Comments
  1. Thank you so much Priyank for sharing all the valuable teachings to us in easy way.. It is awesome..

  2. Hi Priayank thank you for an awesome tutorial. I have a question I am unable access the Windows 7 x32 ISO when I clicked on the link I got the message below in brackets,please advice and thank you in advance for your help.

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